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Prof Dr Jyoti Das, Parasitology, Best Researcher Award.

National Institute of Malaria research, India

πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬ Introduction:

Dr. Jyoti Das, a seasoned scientist and Deputy Director at the National Institute of Malaria Research in New Delhi, India. 🌍 With a diverse and enriching career spanning several prestigious institutions globally, He have been actively involved in unraveling the intricacies of immunology and molecular biology.

Professional Profiles:


πŸ“š Educational Journey:

Dr. Jyoti Das academic journey commenced with an Honors in Biology from Punjabi University, followed by a Master’s in Core Botany and a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Immunology from the Institute of Microbial Technology in Chandigarh. His doctoral thesis, “Anti-inflammatory agents regulated nitric oxide production in murine macrophages,” laid the foundation for his deep-seated interest in the immune system’s dynamics.

πŸ’Ό Professional Path:

Over the years, He’ve held various roles, from Adjunct Assistant Professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School to my current position as Scientist-F and Deputy Director. His research trajectory has been shaped by collaborations with esteemed scientists globally, fostering a multidisciplinary approach to understanding immune responses.

πŸ† Recognition and Awards:

His contributions have been recognized with awards such as the DBT CREST Award and the Young Investigator Award from the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India. These acknowledgments fuel his commitment to cutting-edge research and scientific training.

🀝 Collaborations and Expertise:

Through collaborative efforts with professionals like Dr. Pawan Malhotra and Dr. Santosh Kar, his expertise spans in vivo and in vitro immune responses, murine models of asthma and malaria, and protein and DNA analysis techniques.

πŸ“ Research Focus:

Dr. Jyoti Das research journey has evolved, from studying anti-inflammatory agents during allergic airway inflammation to exploring immune evasion strategies of M.tb in host phagocytes. Currently, his lab is dedicated to understanding the dynamic immune responses induced by malaria infection.

πŸŽ“ Research Supervision:

As a mentor,He’ve supervised technical assistants and Ph.D. students, contributing to the growth of budding scientists in the field.

πŸ“° Editorial Roles and Memberships:

Actively participating in the scientific community, He serve as a subject editor for the Journal of Vector Born Diseases and am a proud member of the American Association of Immunologists.

πŸ“š Selected Publications by Prof. Dr. Jyoti Das:

Chemokines: A Key Driver for Inflammation in Protozoan Infection (2023)

πŸ“… Year: 2023

🌐 Published in International Reviews of Immunology


Current Understanding of the Immune Potential of B-cell Subsets in Malarial Pathogenesis (2023)

πŸ“… Year: 2023

🌐 Published in Frontiers in Microbiology


CD4+ ICOS+ Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cells: A Novel Sub-population Associated with Pathogenesis of Malaria (2023)

πŸ“… Year: 2023

🌐 Published in Current Overview on Disease and Health Research


Mesenchymal Stem Cells Reverse the Pathophysiology of Cerebral Malaria Induced by Plasmodium berghei ANKA (2022)

πŸ“… Year: 2022

🌐 Published in J Clin Exp Pathol


Pathophysiology of Cerebral Malaria: Implications of MSCs as A Regenerative Medicinal Tool (2022)

πŸ“… Year: 2022

🌐 Published in Bioengineering


IL-10 Producing Regulatory B Cells Mediated Protection against Murine Malaria Pathogenesis (2022)

πŸ“… Year: 2022

🌐 Published in Biology


A Comprehensive Study of Epitopes and Immune Reactivity Among Plasmodium Species (2022)

πŸ“… Year: 2022

🌐 Published in BMC Microbiology


CD4+ ICOS+ Foxp3+: A Sub-population of Regulatory T Cells Contribute to Malaria Pathogenesis (2022)

πŸ“… Year: 2022

🌐 Published in Malaria Journal


Growth Inhibition of Plasmodium falciparum by Nano-molar Concentrations of 1-(4 Hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl) Decan-3-one (6-paradol); Is a Cure at Hand? (2022)

πŸ“… Year: 2022

🌐 Published in Phytomedicine Plus


Administration of L-citrulline Prevents Plasmodium Growth by Inhibiting/Modulating T-regulatory Cells During Malaria Pathogenesis (2022)

πŸ“… Year: 2022

🌐 Published in J Vector Borne Dis



In conclusion, Dr. Jyoti DasΒ  journey in the realm of immunology has been marked by a passion for discovery, collaboration, and the relentless pursuit of knowledge. πŸš€ As He continue to explore the complexities of the immune system, He remain dedicated to advancing our understanding of infectious diseases and contributing to the scientific community’s collective wisdom. 🌟 Looking forward to the exciting challenges and breakthroughs that lie ahead!

Prof Dr Jyoti Das | Parasitology | Best Researcher Award |

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