Anjali Yadav, a US university student researching on the treatment of glioblastoma, an aggressive and malignant brain tumor, was elected vice chairperson of the student wing of American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS).
Originally a native of Bhavnagar in Gujarat, Anjali Anilbhai Yadav has secured the position for the 2023-24 term. A PhD holder in Pharmacology from St. John’s University, New York City, USA, Anjali is currently a student in the department, specialising in extensive research on brain tumor treatment.
Anjali Yadav’s research focuses on the development of a potential cure for malignant brain tumors, a project deemed to hold promise for future medical advancements.
Upon assuming the role of vice chairperson, Anjali expressed her commitment to the leadership values ingrained in her family, pledging her dedication to furthering the development of students. In her new role, she aspires to spearhead scientific progress, encourage collaboration, and offer tailored guidance for students transitioning from academia to the corporate sector within the realm of science and research. Her devotion to nurturing the professional growth of aspiring researchers is expected to play a pivotal role in shaping the scientists of the future.