Prof. Samir Maji’s work featured among impactful works by Indian researchers in Nature journal

December 16, 2023

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Prof. Samir Maji


We are happy to share that the Parkinson's disease research conducted by Prof. Samir Maji and his team was featured in the Nature spotlight. The article titled ‘How high-impact papers from Indian researchers are shaping science’ discusses various influential, highly cited studies conducted by Indian scientists in various fields in the past few years. These works have a high impact on public health and quality of life at both domestic and global levels. 

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Prof. Maji is Professor-in-charge of the Sunita Sanghi Centre of Ageing and Neurodegenerative Diseases (SCAN) IIT Bombay and a member of the Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Prof. Maji’s research focuses on various aspects of amyloids, especially those associated with human neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Prions, human cancers, etc. WRCB has provided funding for a number of Prof. Maji's studies on cutting-edge amyloid hydrogels for the treatment of diabetes and the creation of amyloid-based drug delivery materials. 

Hearty congratulations to Prof. Maji and team!

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