“ All of us here at I3t have worked abroad and we came back to serve our homeland. Indigenous research opportunities here, we see, are immense. Together we are confident ,we will find answers for diseases and syndrome affecting Public Health. We plan to resource indigenous solutions and cure instead of entirely depending on researches done in US or other countries.”
Dr Dhar , has research Experience in the field of Bio- Chemical Sciences for about 18 years. An alumni of the prestigious Bose Institute and Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, he worked extensively on developing drugs against Melanoma.
He joined as a Research Fellow probing into Gene Regulation for the National Cancer Institute, at Bethesda, MD, USA for a period of 8 years.
At I3t his research interest would Focus on Vaccine Development for Several Diseases that posed major threats to Public Health in the recent years. This encompasses application of Bacteriophage in biotechnology, Modeling of human diseases with the help of genomics and proteomics and to apply the techniques to study host-pathogen interaction at molecular level.