The T Cells

Vandana Sharma is a researcher and earned her PhD degree under the guidance of Professor Tulika Seth, from All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi. Poetry writing is her hobby. Her poems have appeared in various poetry journals and magazines like Harvests of New Millennium, Sky Island Journal, Rewrite Sunlight Anthology, The Ashvamegh International Journal & Literary magazine, VerbalArt. Her poems can be read at: https://doctorvandanasharma.blogspot.com/v

The journey of becoming one of a “kind” scientist

Jaishree is a first-generation Ph.D. graduate specializing in Plant Ecological Genomics. Having a Bachelor’s and Master’s from Miranda House, University of Delhi, she has recently finished a Ph.D. from the French National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRAe). She is a science communicator, science policy advisor and an equal rights advocate.

Crowned Beauty (The Corona Virus)

Vandana Sharma is a researcher and earned her PhD degree under the guidance of Professor Tulika Seth, from All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi. Poetry writing is her hobby. Her poems have appeared in various poetry journals and magazines like Harvests of New Millennium, Sky Island Journal, Rewrite Sunlight Anthology, The Ashvamegh International Journal & Literary magazine, VerbalArt. Her poems can be read at: https://doctorvandanasharma.blogspot.com/

Bone Marrow: The Start of All

Vandana Sharma is a researcher and earned her PhD degree under the guidance of Professor Tulika Seth, from All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi. Poetry writing is her hobby. Her poems have appeared in various poetry journals and magazines like Harvests of New Millennium, Sky Island Journal, Rewrite Sunlight Anthology, The Ashvamegh International Journal & Literary magazine, VerbalArt. Her poems can be read at: https://doctorvandanasharma.blogspot.com/

From an offshore engineer to an AI scientist in medicine: life’s like that

Dr. Nilakash (Neel) Das is clinical data scientist, whose work lies at the intersection of artificial intelligence and respiratory medicine. As a budding researcher, he has co-authored more than 15 scientific publication. He is also an inventor of two patented algorithms for respiratory diagnostics, and is a recipient of several clinical science awards. Neel completedContinue reading “From an offshore engineer to an AI scientist in medicine: life’s like that”

An extraordinary journey inspiring the ordinary

Dr. Ved Prakash wants to lead a tension free and meaningful life and help others do the same. He believes in freedom, family time, travel and positive global impact. Despite having a humble beginning, he is a big dreamer and he strives to bring ideas to reality for the benefit of the society. Completing most of his education in India is very thankful to his well-wishers for creating a thriving environment for his growth and the critics for challenging him at various stages of his life. He finished his PhD in the field of nanotechnology and its biomedical applications from the University of Chicago and currently works as a Research scientist at the University of Texas, Dallas. In parallel to his full time career as a scientist, he puts in extra hours to become an entrepreneur and runs two companies, which are currently operational in four countries. His first business is in the field of entrepreneurship education ensuring the next generation of entrepreneurs do not have to struggle similarly to bring their ideas to reality. His second business is into health consulting so that people can lead a well-balanced life and stay away from chronic lifestyle disorders. Outside of that, he works with aspiring entrepreneurs to build their ideal future on similar lines.

Two new species of poorly known earth-boring beetles discovered from Maharashtra, India

Dr. Aparna Sureshchandra Kalawate, while studying the unidentified collections of beetles housed at ZSI, WRC, Pune belonging to the Bolboceratidae family of dung beetles by came across a series of beetles that could not be associated with any of the already known species of the genus Bolboceras. She informed the same to her collaborator Dr. Hillert and they started working on describing the species. The new species are named as Bolboceras bopdevense and  Bolboceras trimbakense. They are named based on the “type locality” (collection locality). The discovery is published in the latest issue of the Zootaxa (23, April 2021), an International peer-reviewed journal on animal taxonomy, said Dr. Hillert.

Covid19 Management: Problems with plasma therapy

Plasma therapy has been removed from ICMR’s treatment guidelines. Through this video, I explain why plasma is not useful in treating #Covid19. This is an effort to convey the latest scientific evidence to you in an easy language. I hope this video helps you understand the issue better. Please share this in your circles.