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Galbha Duggal


Postdoctoral Research Scientist

My research involves in-depth investigation of trigeminal nociception in vitro using human iPSCs-based models with the goal to assess the potential pain-related drug therapies. As well, actively performing somatic cell reprogramming and understanding the correlation between migraine and circadian oscillations. 

Extensive experience in mouse and human stem cell biology (ESCs, iPSCs and adult stem cells), specifically in formulating novel protocols for lineage-specific differentiation and understanding the pluripotent state of human ESCs and iPSCs (naive and primed, Duggal et al., 2015).