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The National Centre for Biological Sciences is delighted to welcome Archishman Raju, who joins the NCBS as its newest faculty member.
Archishman's research is in the theoretical modelling of biological systems. He is currently interested in modeling cell fate specification and finding general models for fitting experiments in developmental biology. He is also interested in how mathematical theories of evolution are changed by including development.
Most of us have heard of Alzheimer’s disease, a neurodegenerative disorder marked by brain cell death and the shrinking of the brain.
The National Centre for Biological Sciences is delighted to welcome Abhishek Bhattacharya, who joins the NCBS as its newest faculty member.
Abhishek is interested in understanding the fundamental molecular principles that control the establishment and functioning of the electrical synapse connectome, a conserved and functionally important, yet understudied feature of the nervous system.
If the last year has taught us anything, it is that global communication and cooperation in the life sciences are more intrinsic to the ways we connect and learn than we thought.