Profile: Aditi Marwaha

Aditi Marwaha
Aditi Marwaha, Ph.D.
Lecturer
Department of Pharmacological and Pharmaceutical Sciences
542 H Science and Research Building 2
Houston, TX 77204-5037
713-743-2704
713-743-1229 (fax)
akhera@uh.edu

Education

B.S. Pharmacy, Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda, India
Ph.D. in Pharmacology, University of Houston College of Pharmacy, Houston

Honors and Awards

  • Teaching Excellence Award-Instructor/Clinical Faculty, University of Houston, 2013
  • Faculty Excellence Award in Teaching, UH College of Pharmacy, 2011
  • Teaching Excellence Award, Rho Chi Society, UH Beta Omicron Chapter, 2010

Courses

  • PHAR 2362 Principles of Drug Action
  • PHAR 4421 Organ System Life Sciences II (OSLS II)
  • PHPS 3300 Human Physiology and Pathophysiology I
  • PHPS 3400 Human Physiology and Pathophysiology II
  • PHPS 4400 Pharmacology I

Selected Publications

Banday AA, Fazili FR, Marwaha A, Lokhandwala MF. Mitogen-activated protein kinase upregulation reduces renal D1 receptor affinity and G-protein coupling in obese rats (2007). Kidney Int. 71(5):397-406.

Marwaha A, Lokhandwala MF. Tempol Reduces Oxidative Stress and Restores Renal Dopamine D1-like Receptor G-Protein Coupling and Function in Hyperglycemic Rats (2006). Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 291(1):F58-66.

Banday A, Marwaha A, Tallam L, Lokhandwala MF. Tempol reduces oxidative stress, improves insulin sensitivity, decreases renal dopamine D1 receptor hyperphosphorylation and restores D1 receptor-G protein coupling and function in obese Zucker rats (2005). Diabetes 54: 2219-26.

Trivedi, M., Marwaha, A. and Lokhandwala, M.F.: Rosiglitazone restores recruitment, G-protein coupling and function of renal dopamine D1 receptors in obese Zucker rats. Hypertension, 43: (Part2): 376-382, 2004.

Marwaha A, Banday AA, Lokhandwala MF. Reduced Renal Dopamine D1 Receptor Function In Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats (2004). Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. 286: F451-7.

Abstracts and Presentations

Lokhandwala, M.F., Marwaha, A., Trivedi, M. and Banday, A.A.: Oxidative Stress and renal dopamine D1 receptor function in experimental diabetes. Clin Exp Hypertension, 29:223, 2007.

Marwaha, A. and Lokhandwala, M. F.: Oxidative stress contributes to reduced renal dopamine D1 receptor function in hyperglycemic rats. FASEB Journal, 19: 90.2, 2005.

Banday, A.A., Marwaha, A. and Lokhandwala, M.F.: Oxidative stress in hyperglycemic rats causes renal dopamine D1 receptor hyperphosphorylation via PKC activation and GRK2 translocation. Free Rad. Biol. Med. 37: S67, 2004.

Banday, A. A., Marwaha, A. and Lokhandwala, M. F.: Hyperglycemia-induced oxidative stress impairs renal dopamine D1 receptor function via protein kinase C activation and G protein coupled receptor kinase 2 translocation. Hypertension, 44: 559, 2004.

Banday, A. A., Marwaha, A. and Lokhandwala, M. F.: Tempol improves insulin sensitivity and restores renal dopamine D1 receptor-G protein coupling and function in obese Zucker rats. Hypertension, 44: 531, 2004.

Marwaha, A., Banday, A. and Lokhandwala, M.F.: Impaired renal dopamine D1 receptor function in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. FASEB J. 18: 395.7, 2004.

Banday, A. A., Marwaha, A. and Lokhandwala M.F.: Tempol reduces oxidative stress, improves insulin sensitivity, and restores renal dopamine D1 receptor-G protein coupling and function in obese Zucher rats. Amer. J. Hypertension, 17: 214A, 2004.

Memberships

  • Rho Chi; Sigma Chi
  • Phi Beta Delta - Honor Society for International Scholars