Title: Research Scholar
Company: Georgia Tech
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Deepali Kundnani, Research Scholar at Georgia Institute of Technology, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in biotechnology research.
Since 2019, Ms. Kundnani has excelled with the Georgia Institute of Technology as a teaching assistant, employing computations and statistics to review biological data, observing disease cells, conducting lectures, facilitating student experiments, and helping students troubleshoot for the successful completion of their coursework. With Georgia Tech, she has also prospered as a graduate research assistant since 2020. As a research assistant associate with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center from 2015 to 2019, Ms. Kundnani conducted biospecimen processing and updated the database collection for lung and pancreatic cohort study clinical trials. She also completed cell culture viability assays and other various lab tests.
Ms. Kundnani gained valuable initial experience as a research assistant with Usha Biotech Ltd. from 2012 to 2013. She was additionally active as a graduate teaching assistant with the University of Houston-Clear Lake, assisting Dr. Rashid Bazlur with applied biotechnology coursework. Ms. Kundnani later served as a laboratory intern with AnshLabs in Webster, Texas in 2015.
Ms. Kundnani initially obtained a Bachelor of Engineering in biotechnology from Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Mumbai in 2012. She subsequently earned a Master of Science in biotechnology, with honors, from the University of Houston-Clear Lake in 2015. Currently, Ms. Kundnani is studying for a Ph.D. in biometrics at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Ms. Kundnani became involved in her profession because she has always excelled at science, biochemistry and mathematics. She also harbored an innate curiosity to know what happens inside of the human body. She was likewise inspired by her father, who worked as a physician in India. In the coming years, Ms. Kundnani would like to finish her doctorate and hopes to become a professor.
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