Research Division

Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics

Detailed understanding of molecular biology in present day vastly relies on bioinformatics which included genomics and proteomics, has contributed to advances in biology by providing tools that handle datasets too large and/or complex for manual analysis.

Immunology and Vaccinology

The Department of Immunology studies body’s immune response to various diseases such as chronic inflammation, cancer and viral and bacterial infections and translate the knowledge to develop treatments and immune-based prevention therapies.

Microbiology and Infectious Diseases

Antibiotic/Anti-microbial resistance (AR/AMR) issue is the biggest challenge to global health, food, animals and developmental process today due to rampant use of antibiotic/antimicrobial molecules.

Cell Biology and Disease Modeling

Cells, being the structural and functional unit of any living organism, are reckoned of immense importance in biological research. Cell culture means growing of cells obtained from multicellular eukaryotes (especially of animal origin) outside their natural environment under controlled condition.