SANDIPAN GHOSH
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Main areas of research:
Neuroimmunology
Current title/position:
Research Scholar
PhD Advisor and University:
Prof. Tushar Kanti Ghosh, Univ. of Calcutta, India

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At 8:09am on February 15, 2010, Matthew Stott said…
Hello Sandipan!, how have you been with all the research & conventions you are telling me about. I will endeavour to email you asap as the details greatly interest me & will look up the HPA. Sorry for the late reply, I hadn't delved far into this site to see your response, emails are quicker to recieve.
I am looking forward to communicating with you.
Matt Stott.
At 1:18am on November 7, 2009, Matthew Stott said…
HI, when treating autoimmune patients in my clinic I am aware of a connection between the nervous and immune(visceral) systems. The lecturer in my BA course talks about a palpatory neural rhythm and visceral rhythm in osteopathy, but the connection is yet to be discovered and proven.
At 7:24am on October 21, 2009, Matthew Stott said…
Hi, I feel that there is a relationship between the nervous system and the immune system. Obviously the nervous system causes the firing pattern for the activation of the immune system, this sequence must pattern. Question, what influence does this have on auto immune disorders?
At 8:32pm on August 17, 2009, Christina Estrada said…
I'm interested in learning about the dynamical systems of the CNS and arousal system. Identifying/understanding the brain and functions. Neural communication and behavior. Neurological disorders like epilepsy and neuroendocrinology. I will be applying for graduate programs this fall. At this point I am investigating what programs best fit my interests and offer opportunity. Do you have any publishings?
 
 
 

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