Graduate Student, Year 2
Department of Physiology & Cell Biology
Center for Lung Biology
University of South Alabama College of Medicine
Troy Stevens, Ph.D.
Lenoire Locke Professor of Medicine
Chair, Physiology & Cell Biology
Director, Center for Lung Biology
My research focus on the endothelial dysfunction contributed by vascular stiffness on the progression of Pulmonary Artery Hypertension by exploring the role of mechanosensory protein (Syndecan-4) that can sense stiffness of the matrix and induce inter-endothelial gap formation through the activation of TRPC4 channel.
International Association of Lions Club; 2011 - present.
Society of Physical Science; University of Southern Mississippi; 2015-2017.
Women in Science and Engineering; University of Southern Mississippi; 2015-2017.
American Physical Society; 2015 - present.
American Association for the Advancement of Science; 2017 - present.
International Student Advisory Board; University of South Alabama; 2018 - present.
2016 - Outstanding Student Award; Women in Science in Engineering; University of Southern Mississippi.
2017 - Outstanding Performance and Dedication Award; Women in Science in Engineering; University of Southern Mississippi.
Ras B. Pandey, Sunan Kitjaruwankul, Panisak Boonamnaj, Sunita S. Paudel, Warin Jetsadawisut, Pornthep Sompornpisut (2017). Conformational modulation of transmembrane segments of a protein (CorA) by effective media, International Journal of Virology & Infectious Diseases, 2 (1), 6.
Sunita S. Paudel (2017) Conformation of Transmembrane Segments of a Protein by a Coarse Grain Model, Master Thesis, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.
Sunan Kitjaruwankul, Panisak Boonamnaj, Sunita S. Paudel, Warin Jetsadawisut, Pornthep Sompornpisut, Ras B. Pandey (2018). Thermal-induced folding and unfolding of a transmembrane protein (CorA), Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications; 506 (987-992).
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