What is your current role? Tell us a bit about your research

I recently graduated with a Bachelor’s in Science, specializing in BZC. I’m currently working as a research intern at the University of Hyderabad. My research centers on developing a novel approach called Transdermal Patch Hybrid Therapy for Renal Cell Carcinoma.This method aims to improve the effectiveness of kidney cancer treatment by combining transdermal patches with various therapies. Our goal is to deliver drugs precisely to the affected area, potentially reducing side effects and enhancing patient well-being.

Why did you choose to participate in the ASAPbio Fellows program?

I decided to participate in the ASAPbio Fellows program because it offers a valuable opportunity to expand my knowledge of preprints and open research, as well as to engage with peers who share similar interests. The program’s emphasis on collaboration and support resonates with my dedication to advancing open science initiatives. I believe that by joining the program, I can contribute positively to the culture of openness in research while also furthering my own professional development.

What are you excited about in science communication?

I’m enthusiastic about science communication’s ability to make complex concepts accessible to a wide audience, building curiosity and understanding. It’s fulfilling to bridge the gap between researchers and the public, promoting dialogue and trust in scientific endeavors.

Ask me about….

Beyond science, I find solace in the realm of literature. I’m an avid reader, delving into both fiction and non-fiction realms, and I take pleasure in writing as well, having co-authored two published books. Additionally, I have a penchant for sci-fi shows, finding their imaginative narratives and thought-provoking themes captivating. Engaging in discussions about books and sci-fi entertainment brings me great joy and provides a welcome escape from the rigors of daily life.

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