What is your current role? Tell us a bit about your research
I am a Junior Research Fellow at the Department of Urology, YMC Hospital, and Yenepoya Research Centre, Mangalore, India. I have been gaining interdisciplinary research experience in working with urological cancers and a few other projects dealing with proteomics and nanotechnology.
What are you excited about in science communication?
I strongly believe that science communication is an integral part of scientific development. Moreover, I am certain that the platform is of utmost necessity to learn and unlearn from others to grow and contribute to society.
Why did you choose to participate in the ASAPbio Fellows program?
I believed that the ASAPbio fellow program would provide the right tools and guidance to better promote and implement open science as fast as possible in our communities. Besides, I also got a huge interest in ASAPbio’s preprints in progress campaign which could cover the early-stage results from a small set of experiments including the negative or inconclusive findings. So, I am glad that I chose to be an ASAPbio fellow and hope to connect with many like-minded people to better serve the purpose.
Ask me about…
Amazing human beings I met, spending time with nature, sleep, and equal education to all the children.