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Since joining PCOM in January 2021, Dr. Minal Mulye has been involved in teaching, research and service activities. In the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program, she is the Human Disease and Therapeutics co-course director and a faculty lecturer in the Infection and Immunity, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary medicine course. Dr. Mulye is a faculty lecturer in the Infectious Processes course for the Masters in Biomedical Sciences program.

In the laboratory, Dr. Mulye conducts research with students to examine the interaction of highly infectious intracellular pathogen coxiella burnetii with the host cell lipids and the immune system. They are working to understand the host processes the pathogen manipulates to survive intracellularly. Dr. Mulye has obtained extramural and intramural grant funds to support this research. Medical and graduate students are active contributors to her infectious disease and immunology research program.

Dr. Mulye is a member of the Executive Faculty and the Institutional Animal Care and Usage Committee. She serves as faculty advisor for student groups PCOM Hearts, DO More and the South Asian Medical Student Association. She is also involved in academic counseling for first year students as well as COMLEX preparation for second year DO students. Dr. Mulye serves the greater scientific community as a manuscript and grant reviewer for various international publications and organizations and as a panelist for several career forums. Her service interest focuses on student progress and success in their respective careers.

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