Ms. Sreemoyee Chakraborti
After finishing my masters in 2015 from the University of Calcutta, I joined the BM laboratory in August 2015. I am CSIR NET and GATE qualified. My research direction is to identify the impact of Gb5 protein in cardiovascular regulation. In addition, I am also working on how long term use of different stimuli (NSAIDs, alcohol, angiotensin II and chemotherapeutics) can cause cardiovascular complications and the underlying G-protein dependent & independent mechanisms.
Mr. Arnab Pramanick
I completed my M.Sc from the University of Calcutta in 2014 and joined the BM laboratory in August 2015 with CSIR fellowship (Rank 21). My research focus is to dissect the pleiotropic role of RGS6 in breast tumour suppression with special emphasis to identify the mechanism of loss of RGS6 and its impact on hypoxia induced epithelial to mesenchymal transition.
Ms. Madhuri Basak
I am from West Bengal. I have done my B.Sc from North Bengal University and M.Sc from the University of Calcutta. After qualifying CSIR NET, I joined the BM lab in June 2018 through CBMR PhD program. My project deals with how RGS6/Gb5 functions to modulate cellular senescence.
Mr. Tarun Mahata
After completing my post graduation from Vidyasagar University I have joined BM's lab in September 2018 through CBMR PhD program. My project focuses on G protein regulation of stress induced cardiomyopathy and fibrosis.
Mr. Abhishek Singh Sengar
I am resident of Gwalior (MP). I have obtained my master degree in Microbiology from Jiwaji University Gwalior in 2017. I have qualified CSIR-UGC-NET December 2018 (AIR-46) and in the same year I have also qualified MP state level eligibility test. I have joined the BM's lab for the PhD, given my immense interest in cell biology and G-protein signaling systems in it. My work is related to how G-protein functions to regulate cellular physiology.