Dr. Amarjit Mishra is a Research Fellow in the Cardiopulmonary Branch of National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of National Institutes of Health (NIH). He completed his fellowship and education from Oklahoma State University at Stillwater. The success of his work was ultimately recognized by an NHLBI Division of Intramural Research Orloff Science Award and Directors Award for Outstanding Translational Science in 2015. He serves as a reviewer for many peer reviewed journals and authored several quality publications in the field of lung inflammation and airway disease. His consistent theme of research is directed towards understanding the basis of novel signalling networks in acute and chronic lung inflammation. A specific objective of his research is to identify novel endogenous signaling pathways and druggable targets in immune cells related to adaptive immunity that regulates airway inflammation.
Investigation of obesity-associated changes in dendritic cell function and airway inflammation.