Manash K. Paul

University of California Los Angeles United States of America

Manash K. Paul is working as a scientist, Principal Investigator at the University of California Los Angeles. He has contributed significantly to the fields of stem cell biology, regenerative medicine, and lung cancer. His research focuses on various signaling processes involved in maintaining stem cell homeostasis during the injury-repair process, deciphering lung stem cell niche, pulmonary disease modeling, immuno-oncology, and drug discovery. He is currently investigating the role of extracellular vesicles in premalignant lung cell migration and detecting the metastatic phenotype of lung cancer via Artificial Intelligence-based analyses of exosomal Raman signatures. Dr. Paul also works on spatial multiplex immunofluorescence-based tissue mapping to understand the immune repertoire in lung cancer. Dr. Paul has published in more than sixty-five peer-reviewed international journals and is highly cited. He is the recipient of many awards, including the UCLA Vice Chancellor’s award, AAISCR-R Vijayalaxmi Award forInnovative Cancer Research 2022, a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and an editorial board member for several international journals.

Manash K. Paul

2books edited

7chapters authored

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Organoids are three-dimensional miniature tissue mimics established from embryonic stem cells, human pluripotent stem cells, adult stem cells, and cancer cells. These fascinating 3D organoids serve as a valuable tool for fundamental research, disease modeling, drug screening and discovery, regenerative medicine, and deciphering the mechanism of disease pathogenesis. This book emphasizes the emerging data and critical resources covering the fundamentals of organoids and their use in modeling and application in various diseases, especially cancer. The chapters deal with organoid bioengineering in cerebral organoids, retinal organoids, tumoroids, and organoid commercialization. This book is intended for a broad readership and is an indispensable resource for basic biologists, translational scientists, and clinicians.

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