Pankaj Jay Pasricha MD

Dir., Johns Hopkins Center for Neurogastroenterology, Prof. of Medicine and Neurosciences, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Prof. of Innovation Management, Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business

Pre/Post

Trainee Name (Where Training Occurred if Not Here)

Training Period

Title of Research Project

Current Position of Past Trainee_Source of Support of Current

Trainees

Post

Abraham, B.

2003-2005

Enteric neural stem cells for gastroparesis

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Institute for Academic Medicine

Post

Kashyap, P.

2006-2007

D3 receptors and gastric em

Assistant Professor,

Mayo Clinic

Post

Sharaf, R.

2008-2010

Biomarkers for pancreatic cancer

Instructor, Weill-Cornell School of Medicine

Post

Krier, M.

2007-2010

Biodesign for GI

US Air Force Medical Center, San Antonio,

TX

Post

Park, W.

2007-2010

Biomarkers for pancreatic cancer

Assistant Professor, Stanford

Post

Becker, L.

2009-2012

 

 

Post

Becker, N.

2009-2012

Pathogenesis of eosinophilic

esophagitis

Instructor, Stanford

University

Post

Rothenberg, M.

2009-2012

c-KIT epithelial stem cell

 

Post

Dhalla, S.

2012-2013

Neuropathological basis of

motility disorders

Instructor, Stanford

University

Post

Sinha, S.

2012-2014

Nerves and cancer

 

Post

Gonzalez, F.G.

2015-2017

Neuroepigenetics of visceral pain

Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins,

Post

Harer,K.

2014-2017

New pharmacologic therapies for gastroparesis; Effect of diet on neuropsychological and

gastrointestinal symptoms

Fellow, Johns Hopkins

 

Santos, Lucas

2015- 2017

NA

NA

 

Leser, Jenna

2013-2017

Enteric neural stem cells and

neurogenesis

PhD Student, University

of MD Baltimore

 

Ahuja, Nitin

2015- 2018

Enteric neural stem cells for gastroparesis

Assistant Professor, Perelman SOM, University of

Pennsylvania

 

Patel, Yogi

2017-2018

Studying the effect of stimulation or blocking specific nerves in the context of several metabolic disorders and studying their effect on gastrointestinal function and metabolic states

NA