Maninder Preet-Kaur Malik
Maninder Preet-Kaur Malik is currently a doctoral student at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, where she is studying pharmacology and neuroscience. Throughout her academic career, Maninder Preet-Kaur Malik has completed research and refined her scientific skill sets. Additionally, she has contributed to the testing of various dopaminergic ligands along with performing biostatistical analyses to assess research hypothesis. Before beginning her clinical research, she was a research assistant in molecular biology and immunology. This role required her to become proficient in cancer cell cultures, pharmaceutical formulations, and western blotting.
Prior to accepting her current role, Ms. Malik acted as a clinical research student and intern at the same location where she observed and practiced the process of obtaining patient consent. Her other professional experiences include budgeting, patient recruitment, and interaction with the study personnel and laboratories.
Maninder Preet-Kaur Malik earned a Bachelor of Pharmacy from Guru Nanak Dev University located in Amritsar, India. As an undergraduate student, she evaluated the impact of pharmaceuticals on small mammals. As a result of this work, she developed extensive knowledge of human anatomy and physiology as well as inorganic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, drug design, biopharmaceutics, and clinical pharmacology. She then moved to the United States and completed her Master of Science in Clinical Research Management at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.
When she is not busy with research, Maninder Preet-Kaur Malik volunteers her time with organizations such as the Art of Living, a humanitarian organization, and the American Cancer Society.