Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Northeast Ohio Medical University, USA
Dr. Sadana received his Bachelors in Pharmacy and Masters in Pharmacology from the University of Delhi, India. Dr. Sadana received PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Tennessee in 2007. His doctoral study focused on PGC-1 transcriptional coactivators and their regulation of lipid metabolism. Dr. Sadana was awarded the predoctoral fellowship from the American Heart Association during his doctoral research at the University of Tennessee. Subsequently, Dr. Sadana underwent post doctoral training at the St.Jude Children's Research Hospital where he got exposure in preclinical assay development and high throughput drug screening. Currently, Dr. Sadana is Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Northeast Ohio Medical University. Dr. Sadana is a graduate faculty member in the school of biomedical sciences at the Kent State University. Dr. Sadana serves as a ad hoc reviewer for a number of journals.
Dr. Sadana's current research focuses on pharmacological targeting of hyperlipidemia and ischemic brain stroke. Dr. Sadana is interested in employing drug screening approaches in conjunction with drug delivery strategies to identify novel therapeutic agents and enhance the efficacy of established therapies in these disease conditions. In addition, hormonal regulation of and molecular determinants of hyperlipidemia and stroke are also areas of active investigation in Dr. Sadana's laboratory.