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Anas Alkhani, M.D. (he/him)

Anas Alkhani, M.D. (he/him)

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Alfaisal University, MD 2014

Diploma in Clinical & Basic Science Research, University of Manitoba, Canada, 2010

Anas Alkhani, M.D. is Postdoctoral Scholar who is looking to advance his career in the field of surgery through basic and clinical surgical research, with the goal of completing a surgical residency and clinical training.

Dr. Alkhani started his research career while he was a medical student where he participated in multiple surgical research projects in the field of Liver Transplant Surgery. In 2017, he joined Dr.Nijagal Lab in UCSF as a postdoctoral research scholar as he was looking to take a bigger role in basic fetal liver research. Currently Dr. Alkhani is investigating the relationship between immune cells and fetal liver development.

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  • Merit Based Scholarship
  • Alfaisal University
  • 2008 - 2014
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    1. Alkhani A, Korsholm C, Levy CS, Mohamedaly S, Duwaerts CC, Pietras EM, Nijagal A. Neonatal Hepatic Myeloid Progenitors Expand and Propagate Liver Injury in Mice. J Clin Med. 2023 Jan 01; 12(1). View in PubMed
    2. Mohamedaly S, Levy CS, Korsholm C, Alkhani A, Rosenberg K, Ashouri JF, Nijagal A. Hepatic Ly6CLo Non-Classical Monocytes Have Increased Nr4a1 (Nur77) in Murine Biliary Atresia. J Clin Med. 2022 Sep 08; 11(18). View in PubMed
    3. Anas Alkhani, Sarah Mohamedaly and Amar Nijagal. The Role of Myeloid Populations during Perinatal Liver Injury and Repair. 2021; 3(1):36-39. View in PubMed
    4. Alkhani A, Mohamedaly S, Nijagal A. The Role of Myeloid Populations during Perinatal Liver Injury and Repair. J Cell Immunol. 2021; 3(1):42-45. View in PubMed
    5. Mohamedaly S, Alkhani A, Nijagal A. The relative abundance of monocyte subsets determines susceptibility to perinatal hepatic inflammation. J Clin Cell Immunol. 2020; 11(6). View in PubMed
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    1. Bram Ramjiawan, Grant N.Pierce, Mohammad Iffat Kabir Anindo, Abedalrazaq AlKukhun, Abdullah Alshammari, Ahmad Talal Chamsi, Mohannad Abousaleh, Anas Alkhani, and Pallab K.Ganguly. An International Basic Science and Clinical Research Summer Program for Medical Students. The American Physiological Society 2012. Advances in Physiology Education, VOL 36, March 2012.
    2. Firas Zahr Eldeen; Raafat Mohamed Elsayed; Falah Hassan Almohanna; Hani Jamal Alturkmani; Anas Mhd Hisham Alkhani; Ahmed Abu-Zaid; Mohamad Essam Sebai; Dieter C Broering. Establishing a Living Donor Liver Transplant Model in Baboons. Annals of Saudi Medicine / Supplement, VOL 33, Issue 2, March-April 2013.
    1. Alkhani, A., C.S. Levy, et al. (2020). "Ly6cLo non-classical monocytes promote resolution of rhesus rotavirus-mediated perinatal hepatic inflammation." Scientific Reports 10(1):7165.
    2. Mohamedaly, S., A. Alkhani, et al. (2020). "The relative abundance of monocyte subsets determines susceptibility to perinatal hepatic inflammation." Journal of Clinical & Cellular Immunology 11(6):602.
    3. Alkhani, A., S. Mohamedaly, et al. (2021). "The role of myeloid populations during perinatal liver injury and repair." Journal of Cellular Immunology 3(1):42-45.
    4. Mohamedaly, S., C.S. Levy, et al. (2022). "Hepatic Ly6cLo non-classical monocytes have increased Nr4a1 (Nur77) in murine biliary atresia." Journal of Clinical Medicine 11(18):5290.
    5. Alkhani, A., C. Korsholm, et al. (2023). "Neonatal hepatic myeloid progenitors expand and propagate liver injury in mice." Journal of Clinical Medicine 12(1):337.


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