Pooja Toshniwal Paharia

Pooja Toshniwal Paharia

M.D.S (OMR) - Masters in Dental Surgery (Oral Medicine and Radiology)

Oral Medicine, Radiology

Pooja Toshniwal Paharia is an oral and maxillofacial physician and radiologist based in Pune, India. Her academic background is in Oral Medicine and Radiology. She has extensive experience in research and evidence-based clinical-radiological diagnosis and management of oral lesions and conditions and associated maxillofacial disorders. Her expertise involves diagnosing and managing potentially malignant as well as malignant lesions and conditions, temporomandibular joint disorders, orofacial pain conditions, salivary gland disorders, developmental anomalies, dental management of systemic conditions and medical emergencies, etc. using conservative treatments inclusive of medications, physiotherapy, biofeedback coupled gold standards such as surgical excisions and advanced techniques such as low-level laser therapy and transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation.

During her post-graduation, she received accolades at several national and international conferences for her scientific research papers and the Academic Excellence Award for two consecutive years at her educational institute. Her field of interest has always been the use of advanced and non-invasive novel diagnostic as well as therapeutic techniques for maxillofacial disorders to provide an improved standard of care to patients. She has worked extensively on several research projects based on molecular spectroscopic analysis of proteins and nucleic acids and radiological assessment of morphological alterations correlated with disease severity in potentially malignant conditions. She has also worked on systematic reviews on the immunological management of Sjogren’s syndrome using novel monoclonal antibodies. As part of her post-graduation curriculum, she has undertaken several scientific writing assignments based on weekly reviews of constantly updated scientific literature published in peer-reviewed medical journals.

She is currently working as a consultant oral and maxillofacial radiologist at an advanced dental diagnostic center in India and provides three-dimensional and accurate radiological diagnostic information to doctors and patients on several dental conditions. Pooja is passionate about writing and dental health. Outside of work, she enjoys art, music, traveling, reading, and cooking.

Articles from Pooja Toshniwal Paharia

In-depth characterization of the BA.2 versus BA.1 variant

In-depth characterization of the BA.2 versus BA.1 variant

COVID-19 mortality strongly predicted by autoimmunity to type I interferons and advancing age

COVID-19 mortality strongly predicted by autoimmunity to type I interferons and advancing age

Triple BNT162b2 vaccination found to establish long-term T lymphocyte immunity among MDS and CLL patients

Triple BNT162b2 vaccination found to establish long-term T lymphocyte immunity among MDS and CLL patients

Combined COVID-19 vaccination regimen found to induce more potent anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

Combined COVID-19 vaccination regimen found to induce more potent anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

Inflammation plays a key role in resolving pain

Inflammation plays a key role in resolving pain

A study of SARS-CoV-2-mRNA booster vaccinations in immunocompromised patients

A study of SARS-CoV-2-mRNA booster vaccinations in immunocompromised patients

Triple vaccination found to confer immune protection against SARS-CoV-2 Omicron BA.2 sublineage

Triple vaccination found to confer immune protection against SARS-CoV-2 Omicron BA.2 sublineage

Exploring age-associated differences in T lymphocyte immune responses after BNT162b2 vaccination

Exploring age-associated differences in T lymphocyte immune responses after BNT162b2 vaccination

Study reveals serum proteomic signatures of long COVID patients

Study reveals serum proteomic signatures of long COVID patients

SARS-CoV-2 N-terminal domain modulates S1/S2 cleavage and spike-mediated functions

SARS-CoV-2 N-terminal domain modulates S1/S2 cleavage and spike-mediated functions