ICGEB New Delhi Malaria Biology Group Leader, Pawan Malhotra, has been awarded the 2020 JC Bose Fellowship by the Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, in recognition of his research contribution and achievements in the field.
The JC Bose Fellowship is awarded (by SERB) to active scientists in recognition of their outstanding performance. The fellowship is scientist-specific and highly selective, recognising Indian scientists for their outstanding scientific profile.
Pawan Malhotra, Group Leader Malaria Biology has been associated with ICGEB since 1994. His scientific activity focuses on understanding Plasmodium biology to identify new drug and vaccine targets. One of the aims of the Group is to identify pathogen-specific drug targets and also to identify pathogen-specific immune modulators. He applies high throughput proteomic approaches and cutting–edge protein-protein interaction tools for his work.
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