Olfaction-immune cells metabolic cross talk and its relevance in immune responses

Miss Sukanya Madhwal’s interview with Bio Patrika hosting “Vigyan Patrika”, a series of author interviews. Sukanya completed her Masters’s degree in Biotechnology from Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan. After this, she served as a graduate teacher for one year at P.G. College, Kotdwara, Uttarakhand. In 2014, she qualified the JGEEBILS exam conducted by NCBS/TIFR and joined as a Research Scholar (Ph.D. student) in Dr. Tina Mukherjee’s lab at inStem. Her research has significantly contributed to uncovering key findings in Drosophila immunity. She further aspire to continue her research venture in the field of immunology. Besides work, she love reading non-fiction books, enjoy gardening and cooking delicious food. Here, Sukanya talks about her work titled “Metabolic control of cellular immune-competency by odors in Drosophila”, published as the first author in eLife, 2020.

Bio Patrika Volume 2, Issue 1

First issue of Bio Patrika 2021 is available now as combined PDF with compilation of 14 author interviews, 3 Healthcare startup founder interviews and 1 article on awards published online between December 2020 to January 2021.

Bio Patrika Volume 1, Issue 1

First issue of Bio Patrika is available now as combined PDF with compilation of 15 author interviews published online between September to November 2020.

Bio Patrika interviews Dr. Sengupta on her thoughts about “directionality of proteolysis”

Dr. Bhaswati Sengupta’s interview with Bio Patrika hosting “Vigyan Patrika“, a series of author interviews. Dr. Sengupta is currently working on Nucleosome dynamics and chromatin remodelling using smFRET as a postdoc in the Department of Chemistry at Pennsylvania State University, USA. She did her PhD from the lab of Prof. Pratik Sen, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India. She published last part of her PhD work titled “Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy as a tool to investigate the directionality of proteolysis” as the first author in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (2020).

Bio Patrika interviews Dr. Baidya on his thoughts about “role of key phosphorylation sites in GPCRs”

Dr. Mithu Baidya’s interview with Bio Patrika hosting “Vigyan Patrika”, a series of author interviews. Dr. Baidya is currently a postdoc in the lab of Prof. Arun Shukla at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. He published a paper titled “Key phosphorylation sites in GPCRs orchestrate the contribution of β‐Arrestin 1 in ERK1/2 activation” as the first author in EMBO reports (2020).