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Prof. Pradip Sinha

Professor

Academic Background:

Dr. Pradip Sinha received his Ph. D. from Banaras Hindu University in 1983. He joined IIT Kanpur in June, 2001 to initiate the genesis and progression of the Department of Biological Sciences and Bioengineering (BSBE), which was formally established on 13th September 2001; he served as its Head for the period 2001-2010.   Prior to joining IIT Kanpur, he was a Professor of Life Sciences in D. A. University, Indore. He was also a Fellow of the Humboldt Foundation at German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) Heidelberg (1990-1991). 

Jaya Kumari

PhD Scholar

Understanding squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) using Drosophila male accessory gland (MAG) as a model. For details, click here 

Quazi Tausif Ahmad

PhD Scholar

Understanding Warburg's effect in tumor progression. For details, click here

Mahima Bharti

PhD Scholar

Understanding the mechanism of action of  PCa-linked oncogenesis in Drosophila. For details, click here

Jyoti Tripathi

PhD Scholar

To decipher the mechanism of cancer-induced cachexia and anorexia in Drosophila tumor model. For details, click here

Rachita Bhattacharya

PhD Scholar

To understand cell shape based tumor susceptibility. For details, click here

Isha M. Anerao

PhD Scholar

Understanding diabetic nephropathy in Drosophila renal system. For details, click here

Dr. Anjali Bajpai

Early Career Fellow, Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance

Understanding carcinogenesis through the prism of development and design novel anti-cancer therapeutic strategies. Fore details, click here

Shweta Banerjee

PhD Scholar

Under

Anuj Kumar

M.Tech Student

Saurabh Singh Parihar

PhD Scholar

Understanding intra- and inter-tissue cooperation during thorax morphogenesis in Drosophila. For details, click here

Understanding cancer-induced nephropathy in Drosophila. For details, click here

Reeta Singh

PhD Scholar

Understanding the nature of cross-talk between tumor and immune surveillance in Drosophila. For details, click here

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