Tatini Rakshit read her Ph.D. in Ferritin protein-based bioelectronics with Prof. Rupa Mukhopadhyay at the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Sciences, Kolkata. Then she moved to the School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio as a postdoctoral fellow and worked on rhodopsin signaling in photoreceptor cells with Prof. Paul S. -H. Park. Subsequently, she joined Prof. Yamini Dalal’s Lab as a visiting postdoctoral fellow at the NCI/NIH, Bethesda where she studied nucleosome mechanics. Before joining Shiv Nadar University, she served as a DST Inspire faculty fellow at S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata with Prof. Samir K. Pal as a collaborator. In her independent research career, she mainly focused on biophysical dissections of cancer cell-derived extracellular vesicles for identifying critical biomarkers to facilitate the detection of the evil disease at the earlier stages.
Research Interests: Bioanalytical Chemistry, Single-Molecule Manipulation, Surface Chemistry, Force Based Microscopy, and Spectroscopy, Bioelectronics.
Teaching Interests: Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Chemical Biology, Analytical Chemistry.
Core Research Grant from SERB in Interdisciplinary Life Sciences
DST-Inspire faculty fellowship and Grant in Chemical Sciences.
NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Postdoc Fellowship , School of Medicine, CWRU, USA
Qualified in National Eligibility Test (NET), Junior and Senior Research fellowship.
Indira Gandhi Post Graduate Scholarship by UGC.