Nansa Amarsaikhan, PhD, is a passionate research scientist with a wide array of expertise in immunology research and interdisciplinary environments.
Prior to arriving at the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, she worked as a research assistant professor at the Wells Center for Pediatrics Research at the Indiana University (IU) School of Medicine. She investigated the role of maternal bioactive lipid metabolites modulating dendritic cell subsets leading to pediatric allergy disposition. She completed her postdoctoral training at the IU School of Medicine Terre Haute while investigating pulmonary fungal infection and inflammatory lung pathology.
She lives in Carmel, Ind., with her family. She enjoys her life as a soccer mom and loves traveling with her family, exploring new cultures and learning new languages.