Dipanwita joined Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, India as a Ph.D. student after finishing masters in Biotechnology from West Bengal University of Technology. During her Ph.D, she studied the role of divisome proteins on the assembly of FtsZ, a prokaryotic homolog of eukaryotic tubulin in Prof. Dulal Panda's lab. Post Ph.D, she joined Prof. Krishanu Ray's lab in Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, India as a postdoctoral fellow for a short period. She was awarded an institutional postdoctoral fellowship by TIFR. After that she joined Techno India University, Kolkata, India as an assistant professor and worked there for 2 years. She joined Eswara lab to explore the functions of the divisome complex responsible for bacterial division. Apart from research, Dipanwita likes to spend time with her family, especially with her ~3-year-old kid. She enjoys sci-fi movies, cartoons, soft music, delicious foods, and long drives. She is also a bit addicted to coffee.
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