Suhail Rasool


Dr. Suhail Rasool is a Research Assistant Professor in University of Auburn, Alabama, USA. His primary research goals are directed towards understanding and investigating the aggregation pathways of various amyloid proteins and development of therapeutic modalities for neurodegenerative diseases using transgenic mouse models. He is investigating the aggregation profile and structural properties of various amyloid proteins like Abeta, tau, alpha-synuclein. In addition to biochemical characterization, there immunize various transgenic mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease with various peptides, stem cells and antibodies to investigate their effect on cognition and Alzheimer’s pathology. Using hybridoma cell culture we also generated various conformational specific monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies for various amyloid proteins.

Research Interests:

Age-related degenerative diseases, Immunotherapy for Alzheimer’s disease, effectiveness of chelators as potential therapy for prion diseases

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