Primary research focus of Chakraborty's lab is on limiting-resource (e.g., nitrogen) based concepts and approaches across the levels of biological organizations which help to better understand the roles of limiting resources for shaping biological dynamics at different spatial and temporal scales. The research works at the level of cells and molecules have significance for bioengineering and biomedical sciences, whereas the studies at ecological scale have important implication for biological conservation of limiting resources and for understanding and mitigating effects of climate changes.  


I am currently working as Professor in the School of Physical Sciences, Sikkim University, Gangtok, India. Before that, I was postdoctoral scholar in the evolutionary functional genomics group, Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity (IEB), University of Muenster, Germany and at the ecological complexity and modeling laboratory, University of California, Riverside, USA. I did M.Sc. in pure mathematics and PhD in Mathematical Biology from the University of Calcutta, India. I also have pre-Ph.D research experiences in the Department of Environment, Govt. of West Bengal, India as a senior project scientist, and at Space Applications Centre, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Department of Space, India as a junior research fellow (JRF).

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