Ashok R. Amin


Dr. Ashok R. Amin completed his Ph.D. in Microbiology as the Fellow of the Department of Atomic Energy, India, followed by a National Institute of Health (USA)-sponsored postdoctoral fellowship in Immunology at New York University (NYU) before serving as Associate Professor of Pathology and Medicine and Director of Rheumatology Research at NYU. He functioned as Professor, Head and/ or VP of Research at Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Carillion Clinic and Advaxis Inc. In the process,he developed numerous academic-pharmaceutical alliances and published over hundred research papers in Genomics, Immunology and Translational Research and Biotechnology in areas of complex inflammatory /infectious diseases, Rheumatology and cancer and procured numerous patents. His team uncovered the previously unknown-targets and mechanism of common anti-inflammtory drugs. His royalty-earning patents were used to develop the FDA-approved drug ORACEATM for the treatment of Rosacea. He is currently the Founder of RheuMatrix Therapeutics and Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, USA.

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His research interests focus on Human Arthritis, inflammation, genomics and Immunology, Mechanism of action of anti-inflammatory drugs.

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