I am an environmentally conscious researcher with a profound interest in the biology of cancer. I graduated from the University of Copenhagen with a master’s degree in Biology-Biotechnology in fall 2019 and my master’s thesis focused on the effect of extracellular pH on cellular processes in metastatic cancers of the breast, pancreas, and colon. Further, I previously worked as a scientific editor for manuscripts in the field of oncology, surgery, and allied healthcare to help researchers convey and publish their findings in the most coherent, concise, and structured manner.

February 2021–now: Scientific Writer/ Research Assistant at Center for Surgical Science, Zealand University Hospital, Køge

August 2020–January 2021: Scientific Editor, CACTUS Communications, Mumbai, India

March 2016–September 2016: Clinical Operations/Feasibility Intern at SIRO Clinpharm, Mumbai, India

2011–2015: Bachelor’s in Pharmacy, Bombay College of Pharmacy, India

2017–2019: Master’s in Biology–Biotechnology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

My research focus is to investigate perioperative transcriptomic changes in the tumor and tumor microenvironment of the patients undergoing electrochemotherapy to build a deeper understanding of the molecular impact of electroporation on cancer tissues. Further, I wish to explore the immunologic responses that may be triggered due to electrochemotherapy.

Research Keywords

#Personalisedmedicine #Patientcentric #Molecularsignatures #Transcriptomicanalyses #Immuno-logicresponse