CCP/UHSP Trainee Talks: Rohini Ople (Majumdar lab, University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy), Elizaveta Mangutov (Pradhan lab, WashU Anesthesiology)

November 17, 2022
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Academic and Research 222 (UHSP Campus, 2 Pharmacy Place)

Rohini Ople: “cryoEM enabled water mediated targeting of allosteric sodium site in the mu opioid receptor”
Elizaveta Mangutov: “Animal Models and Treatments for Headache Disorder”

Hosted by the Center for Clinical Pharmacology (CCP) and the University of Health Sciences & Pharmacy (UHSP)

Rohini Ople (Majumdar Lab)

  • Short bio: Dr. Rohini Ople is from India, born and brought up in Ambajogai, a city in the western part of India in the state of Maharashtra and speaks Marathi. She received her doctorate degree in Organic Chemistry from National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India in April 2018 under the guidance of Dr. D. Srinivasa Reddy and Dr. Rajesh Gokhale. She then worked in industry for three years and three months at AMRI and then at GVK biosciences before returning to academia as a Postdoctoral fellow in the Majumdar lab at CCP. Apart from these, Rohini loves painting, cooking, travelling and exploring new things.

Elizaveta Mangutov (Pradhan Lab)

  • Short bio: Elizaveta Mangutov did her undergraduate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and then began her PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Illinois at Chicago. This September she moved with the Pradhan lab to continue her 4th year here at Washington University in St. Louis, where she continues to study headache pain and novel treatments.

Reminder: You will need to enter the “Library” entrance of the ARB and follow the hall down to the elevators/stairs.

For inquiries contact Amber Spies.