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Pradeep Tyagi, PhD

Pradeep Tyagi, PhD is an assistant professor of urology at the University of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine. He received his BPharm from Ch. Charan Singh University, India in 1996 and his Masters in Pharmacology in 1999 from The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India. He then received his PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2005 from the University of Pittsburgh and completed his post-doctoral fellowship in intravesical drug delivery at Pitt. He joined the faculty in 2006. Dr. Tyagi's research interests include developing new therapies for interstitial cystitis treatment via intravesical liposomes. He is also using muscle stem cells to treat stress urinary incontinence and identifying new markers and molecular targets of drug therapy for painful bladder syndromes, such as interstitial cystitis.

Pradeep Tyagi, PhD

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