14th International Conference on the Chemistry of Antibiotics and other Bioactive Compounds, 13-16 October 2015, Texas, USA


Arunava Bandyopadhaya, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA

Arunava BandyopadhayaArunava Bandyopadhaya’s goal of research is to understand insights of host and pathogen interactions that mediate or restrict bacterial pathogenesis in order to obtain knowledge that can be applied towards the development of host-protective interventions targeting critical pathways.  He received his bachelor and master’s degree in Zoology form University of Calcutta, India. He worked on the mechanisms of reactogenicity of cholera vaccine strains under supervision of Dr. Keya Chaudhuri in Indian Institute of Chemical biology, India andreceived his Ph.D in Life Sciences (Microbiology & Immunobiology) from Jadavpur University, India. He is presently a research fellow and working under supervision of Prof. Laurence G. Rahme in Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School. He is working on the role of quorum sensing secreted small molecules in multi-host pathogen interaction, innate immunity, cell signaling and anti-infective therapeutics.

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Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters