Dr. Pradip Kamat successfully completed his MS from Orissa University of Agriculture and technology (Orissa) in 2006. He started his PhD program in 2008 at Central Drug Research Institute Lucknow, India in association with Jamia Hamdard University (New Delhi). His PhD was in the field of biochemistry and Alzheimerís disease related neuropathology. After completion of PhD he moved to United State at the University of Louisville, school of medicine as a postdoctoral associate in 2012. During his postdoctoral training, he has been involved in research on Alzheimerís and stroke pathology and its effective treatment strategies. Later in 2015, he moved to University of Florida, College of Medicine where his research have focused on cerebral stroke, hemorrhagic stroke, and discovering novel therapeutic interventions in preclinical model to treat these devastating conditions.
Dr. Kamat present research is mainly focused on biochemistry with extensive experience in molecular biology and neuroscience, exploring the molecular mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases and therapeutic intervention.