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Senior Director of Undergraduate Studies in Health Sciences
Director, MSHS in Biomedical Laboratory Sciences program and Health Sciences BSHS Pathway Programs
Associate Professor of Biomedical Laboratory Sciences
Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies (Secondary)
Office Phone: 202-994-0278
Department: Biomedical Laboratory Sciences
- Ph.D,, University of North Texas, 2008
Rohini Ganjoo has been an educator and researcher for more than 10 years. Ganjoo is a founding faculty member of the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medicine (PBPM) Program and is currently a director for the Translational Microbiology Program, the Immunohematology and Biotechnology Program, and Medical Laboratory Sciences (MSHS) Program in the Department of Biomedical Laboratory Sciences Department, where she is an assistant professor. Ganjoo’s passion is student development. She developed the biology curriculum for the PBPM program and several graduate courses. Since joining The George Washington University (GW), she has mentored undergraduate and graduate students in education and clinical research, respectively. She is actively involved in GW committees and mentors faculty in conjunction with the university’s Teaching and Learning Center.
Prior to joining GW, Ganjoo was an assistant professor in the Biotechnology Department of Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC). At NVCC, she taught various undergraduate courses, mentored adjunct faculty, and was the recipient of several Educational Foundation grants. Ganjoo has a master’s degree in microbiology from Pune University in India. She earned a doctorate in molecular biology from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, where she worked on drug resistance and its influence on protein signaling in lung cancer cells. She has published her research in peer-reviewed journals.
In addition to her experience in teaching and life sciences, Ganjoo previously served as operations director of Ziby Creations, a technology-driven services provider and was responsible for business development, support, and operational efficiency.
- Post-Bacc Pre-Med
Industry Relationships and Collaborations
This faculty member (or a member of their immediate family) has reported a financial interest with the health care related companies listed below. These relations have been reported to the University and, when appropriate, management plans are in place to address potential conflicts.