PhD Candidate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Pursuing PhD in Animal Biotechnology and Biomedical Science program from Veterinary and Animal Science department in Dr. D. Joseph Jerry lab. Seeking an opportunity for effective research in the field of biological sciences and be a part in a motivated team working on challenging projects. Currently working in the molecular mechanisms of breast cancer induced by estrogen and studying the effect of xenoestrogens in mammary gland biology has harnessed my skills. I would be thrilled to utilize my existing skills in developmental and molecular biology along with my experience in cancer biology to excel in the research while attaining new skills in the emerging technology to establish as a research scientist in future.
I have a Bachelor's degree (4 years) of B.Tech in Industrial Biotechnology and research experience from my summer internship and dissertation.