Joy Bose is currently working as a Biology Instructor at Ashoka University. His major responsibility is facilitating Biology undergraduate teaching and laboratory courses and supporting research of Biology faculties. He delivers introductory lectures for laboratory-based courses at the undergraduate level. His administrative responsibilities also encompass technical support in purchase and maintenance of Biology research facilities. Besides, he also closely interacts with the biology faculty members to refine the undergraduate courses and grade student performances.
He pursued his PhD in Evolutionary Biology (Host-pathogen interactions) from Osnabruck University, Germany, under the German Science Foundation (DFG) funded project. He then went ahead with multiple post-doctoral experiences at JNCASR, India, University of Cincinnati, USA and Ashoka University, India. During his PhD & Postdoctoral research, he extensively worked on Caenorhabditis elegans and fruit flies. He also has some experience in Computational Biology beyond his wet-lab expertise.
In his current role, Dr. Bose is open to work on innovative ideas from students for short, semester-bound projects and internships in his areas of expertise in collaboration with a regular faculty member from the Ashoka Biology Group.