M.Sc. (Area): Zoology (Molecular Biology and Cytogenetics)
I am Sumit Mallick and I have completed my graduation in Zoology from University of Burdwan and completed my masters in Zoology(Cytogenetics & Molecular Biology) from University of Kalyani in 2020. I worked as a field assistant in the Sundarban area(National Park, West Bengal) for the Human tiger conflict project headed by IUCN. I also did an internship from Proteomics lab, IIT Bombay on the topic “Essential genes and FDA approved drug repurposing of Plasmodium falciparum”. I also worked in Food & Nutrition lab, university of Calcutta in the project “Polysaccaride extraction from Tamarind seeds and it’s in vitro application”. I have experience in Bioinformatics( Autodock Vina, Pyrx, Reactome, Metaboanalysts and Molecular dynamics simulation, Skyline, Panoroma etc), Zoology( EWS Scanning Electron Microscope, GIS, Field survey, Specimen curation, Identification), Molecular Biology(Protein purification, Protein Assay, Agarose gel electrophoresis).
- Worked as Office assistant in Environment Information System, Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change in Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata
- Intern in proteomics Lab, IIT Bombay in the topic “Essential genes and FDA approved drug repurposing of Plasmodium falciparum” under the guidance of Prof. Sanjeeva Srivastava
- Worked in Food & Nutrition Lab, University of Calcutta in the topic “ Polysaccaride extraction from Tamarind seeds and it’s in vitro application” under the guidance of Prof. Pubali Dhar
- Worked as a field assistant in Sundarban National Park for Crocodile Census-2021 and Socio economic data collection in the topic “ Human-Tiger conflict , how to be optimized”
Cell culture, Drug delivery, Drug repurposing, Cancer Biology and Stem Cells