Ph.D. in 2006 from Jadavpur University (Bose Institute), Kolkata, India
Postdoctoral Research from University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA
Host-pathogen interactions, cell signaling events, pathogenesis of infection, hypoxia, cancer microenvironment, events in cancer metastasis and apoptosis, oxidative stress.
Cancer microenvironment, molecular events in cancer metastasis and apoptosis, hypoxia, host-pathogen interactions, cell signalling, oxidative stress.
Currently teaching: B554 Cancer Biology, B301 Animal Physiology, B341 Animal Physiology Practical.
Earlier taught: Biology Lab II (B102), Biological Techniques: Theory and Practice (B452), Infectious Diseases Biology (B553).
Address: Asima Bhattacharyya, PhD • Associate Professor • Cancer and Molecular Signalling Lab • School of Biological Sciences • NISER-Bhubaneswar • PO: Bhimpur-Padanpur, Via: Jatni • Dist: Khurda • Odisha- 752 050 • India
Research group details can be viewed from the personal page.......A postdoc position is currently available. I need a commitment for at least 2 yrs from the candidate to work in my lab. APPLY BEFORE 30 NOV 2021 AGAINST THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISEMENT MENTINING THE INTEREST TO WORK IN MY GROUP: https://www.niser.ac.in/notices/2021/recruitments/PDF_Advt_10052021.pdf ........The candidate will have to study the molecular profile of extracellular vesicles. He/she should have a PhD degree (those who have submitted PhD thesis may apply) and have expertise in cell culture techniques, microbiological techniques, cell signaling, mouse dissection, histopathology, cell characterization, TEM, confocal imaging, bioinformatic analysis. The candidate should have published in reputed society journals during his/her PhD.