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Dr. Panchanan Maiti

Dr. Panchanan Maiti,
Adjunct Faculty,
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Program,
Central Michigan University,



Dr. Maiti worked in our laboratory from 2011-2012. During that time he did extensive work on heat shock proteins and their interactions with curcumin and celastrol. He has published several manuscripts on APP processing and Alzheimer's related mechanisms. He received his Ph.D. Physiology (Neuroscience) in 2007 from the DRDO/Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India in the study the mechanism of memory impairment at high altitude in animal model. and a M.Sc. Human Physiology with Community Health, 2002, Vidyasagar University, Midnapur, West Bengal, India studying Role of Andrographis paniculata on DNA, RNA and protein content of hepatocytes of ethanol exposed mice. He received his, B.Sc. Physiology (Honors), 1999, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal, India and a Postgraduate Diploma in Laboratory Technology (PGDLT), 2000, School of Tropical Medicine, Kolkota, West Bengal, India.

  From 2008-2011 He was Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dept of Neurology, University of California at Los Angeles, in Dr. Gal Bitan's Lab. From 2004-2007, Research Fellow, Neurobiology Division, Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences, Defence Research and Development Organization, Ministry of Defence, Delhi, India. • 2003-2004, Research Assistant, Dept. of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Dept of Human Physiology with Community Health, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal, India. Research projects/experience Postdoctoral (2008-till date)


Research Interest

Protein misfolding and neurodegenerative diseases

Antiamyloid therapy in neurodegenerative diseases

Synaptic plasticity in neurodegenerative diseases

Stem cell therapy for neurodegenerative diseases