Muhammad Mansha

Muhammad Mansha
University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan

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Professional (scientific) interests 

Environmental Engineering, Combustion Kinetics


2010  Ph.D. (Chemical Eng.), University of Engineering and Tech. Lahore
2006  M.Sc. (Chemical Eng.), University of Engineering and Tech. Lahore
2000  B.Sc. (Chem. Eng.), University of Engineering and Tech. Lahore

Selected Publications:

1. Javed, S. H., Zahir, A., Khan, A., Afzal, S., Mansha, M. (2018). Adsorption of Mordant Red 73 dye on acid activated bentonite: Kinetics and thermodynamic study. Journal of Molecular Liquids, 254, 398–405. doi: 

2. Manzoor, S., Awan, A. R., Wajid, A., Firyal, S., Tayyab, M., Mansha, M. et. al. (2017). c-Myc has Altered Expression in Canine and Feline Tumors. Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 49 (6). doi: 

3. Mansha, M., Saleem, M., Wasim, M., Tariq, M. (2016). Prevalence of Known Risk Factors in Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer at Inmol Hospital, Lahore, Punjab. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 17 (2), 563–568. doi: 

4. Shahid, M. Z., Liao, H., Li, J., Shahid, I., Lodhi, A., Mansha, M. (2015). Seasonal Variations of Aerosols in Pakistan: Contributions of Domestic Anthropogenic Emissions and Transboundary Transport. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 15 (4), 1580–1600. doi: 

5. Biberacher, M., Tum, M., Günther, K. P., Gadocha, S., Zeil, P., Jilani, R., Mansha, M. (2015). Availability assessment of bioenergy and power plant location optimization: A case study for Pakistan. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 42, 700–711. doi: 

6. Mansha, M., Wasim, M., Awan, A. R., Latif, A. A. (2014). Analysis of “Bimbam”, a novel glucocorticoid-induced BH3-only transcript in cell lines and children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Turkish Journal of Biology, 38, 906–915. doi: 

7. Wasim, M., Mansha, M., Tayyab, M., Awan, A. R., Firyal, S., Mantinger, C., Yaqub, T. (2014). PLZF overexpression in T-ALL cell line CEM-C7H2-2C8 downregulates glucocorticoid receptor (GR) and its target genes. Turkish Journal of Biology, 38, 956–959. doi: