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|July 2004 - June 2006||Instructor in Medicine, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School|
|July 2001 - June 2004||Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School|
|Aug 1997 - June 2001||Ph.D. in Pharmacology, Loma Linda Medical School|
Dr. Nauli’s laboratory has three main research areas. In the Basic Science Research area, his laboratory has been studying the molecular and biophysical properties of mechanosensory and chemosensory primary cilia. In the Translational Research area, the main focus is to understand the roles of primary cilia in pathological conditions, including aneurysm, hypertension and polycystic kidney disease. Within the Clinical Research area, a major effort has been strategized to generate a cilia-specific therapy or ciliotherapy. A novel clinical intervention within pharmacological therapy and experimental therapeutics is our driving force in search for a more effective therapeutic outcome through the basic science and translation research. Dr. Nauli is an author of over 60 peer-reviewed publications, 7 book chapters, and 52 meeting abstracts.