Chandrima Shaha to be first woman president of Indian National Science Academy
Dr. Chandrima Shaha is set to be the first woman president of the Indian National Science Academy (INSA). She is currently Professor of Eminence at the National Institute of Immunology (NII) of Delhi. As a biologist, Ms. Shaha has focussed on apoptosis (or programmed cell death). Her laboratory uses the uni-cellular leishmania parasite as a model to understand the conditions under which cells respond to their environment and kill themselves, if need be.
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Topics: Apoptosis • Biology • Branches of biology • Cell biology • Cell death • Cellular senescence • Chandrima Shaha • Immunology • Indian National Science Academy • Leishmania • Programmed cell death • Trypanosomatida
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