B.S. Johns Hopkins University (2019)
1 st Year MSTP
Generally, I am interested in the application of genetic tools in neuroscience and cancer. In the past, I have worked in neuroimaging and eye diseases. My neuroimaging research was focused on understanding the cerebrovascular changes involved in stroke and aging. During my post- graduate years, I researched a wide range of ophthalmological diseases, such as retinitis pigmentosa, myopia, and uveal melanoma.
Kim DW, Taneja K, Hoang T, Santiago CP, McCulley TJ, Merbs SL, Mahoney NR, Blackshaw S, Rajaii F. “Transcriptomic profiling of human orbital fat and differentiating orbital fibroblasts.” Investigative Ophthalmological and Visual Sciences. 2021
Taneja K, Liu P, Xu C, Turner M, Zhao Y, Abdelkarim D, Thomas BP, Rypma B, Lu H. “Quantitative Cerebrovascular Reactivity in Normal Aging: Comparison Between Phase- Contrast and Arterial Spin Labeling MRI.” Frontiers in Neurology. 2020.
Taneja K, Lu H, Welch BG, Thomas BP, Pinho M, Lin D, Hillis AE, Liu P. “Evaluation of Cerebrovascular Reserve in Patients with Cerebrovascular Diseases Using Resting-State MRI: A Feasibility Study.” Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2019.