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Ajoy Basak Ottawa Hospital Research Institute University of Ottawa Ottawa, ON (Canada) Biography
Biography of Ajoy Basak
Dr. Basak is an Adjunct Professor in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine, U Ottawa, Canada. He is also a Scientist, Natural Pharmasciences Research & Development Inc, Ottawa as well as an Affiliate Investigator, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. He has more than 30 years of experience in research, teaching and drug design aimed at the treatment, detection and diagnosis of illnesses like neurological disorders, hypercholesterolemia/CVD, infectious disease, cancer and pregnancy disorders. Also Dr. Basak has authored more than 140 manuscripts, 170 conference presentations, 22 proceedings, supervised >75 graduate, undergraduate and post-doctoral students for Honors, Masters, PhD and MD degrees.