Gopi A. Tejwani, PhD
Associate Professor, Vice-Chairman for Education, Department of Pharmacology, Ohio State University
Who would benefit from reading the book? I believe that advanced graduate students in biochemistry or molecular biology may be benefited by reading this book especially if they use some of these chapters for having a debate during the Journal Club. The book also provides good topics for the PhD thesis of more than a dozen students in Theoretical Biology!
Gopi A. Tejwani received his PhD degree in Biochemistry from the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, in New Delhi, in 1973 and subsequently traveled to the United States for postdoctoral training under B.L. Horecker at the Roche Institute of Molecular Biology, Nutley, New Jersey. Dr. Tejwani has been on the faculty of The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio since 1978, where he does research in neuropharmacology and teaches graduate and medical students. Dr. Tejwani has published more than 80 original research papers in biochemistry, enzymology and neuropharmacology. He has presented his research work at international meetings in more than twenty countries. At present, Dr. Tejwani is an Associate Professor and Vice-Chairman for Education in the Department of Pharmacology at the College of Medicine and Public Health at Ohio State. In his free time, Dr. Tejwani collects and shares family jokes. He has recently published two joke books, Party Jokes and Jokes for Friends. He can be contacted via email at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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