In the news ***Congratulations Prakash for your publication in ChemistryŚA European Journal (Wiley) (April 2024)****Congratulations Chandan Gorain for his publication in Int. Jn of Biological Macromolecules (Feb 2024)**Congratulations Sandeep Yadav for his co-authored paper in Journal of Materials Chemistry B (Feb 2024)**Dr. Amirul Mallick has received 2024 LMIC Travel Bursary from BactiVac/Royal Society, UK (January 2024)**Congratulations Aparna Varma for receiving the Best Oral Presentation Award at VIROCON-2023(Dec 2023)**Congratulations Prakash for winning the Best Poster Award in LASACON-2023 (Nov 2023)***Congratulations Subhadeep for your publication in the ACS Jn of Medicinal Chemistry (Nov 2023)**Congratulations Sandeep and Aparna for your publication in the Gut Pathogens (Oct 2023)**HPI Lab has received International funding from BactiVac Network, UK, (Oct 2023)**Congratulations Afruja for your recent paper in ACS Infectious Diseases (Sept 2023)**Best wishes to Sucharita Bhowmick for presenting her work in the 23rd International Vaccine Congress in UK (Sept 2023)** Congratulations Aparna for your recent publication in The Microbe**Our collaborative research with Prof. Amitava Das, DCS, IISERK publshed in ACSNano (May 2023)**HPI Lab has received interdisciplinary collaborative research fund "STARS" by MoE, Govt of India 2023**Congratulation Subhadeep for receiving SERB International Travel Award (ITS) to attend Microbiology Society Annual Conference April 17, 2023, UK**HPI lab has received 45L research funds from the SERB, Govt. of India under "Core Research Grant-2022"**Congratulations Aparna OM for joining MCDB PhD program at the Ohio State University, USA , 2023**Congratulation Subhadeep Gupta for winning the Best Poster Award at FIMB 2023 (IISER Kolkata) Jan 20-21, 2023)**Congratulation Afruja Khan for the Best Poster Award at 44th All India Cell Biology Conference (University of Kashmir, J&K, Sept 2, 2022)** International Vaccine Institute, Seoul, Republic of Korea selected Dr. Amirul Mallick as IVI Course Fellow 2022**Congratulation Subhadeep for your recent publication in STAR Protocols (Cell Press) April 2022**Congratulation Chandan for your selection in Newton-Bhabha PhD Placement Programme (Jan 2022)**Congratulation Subhadeep for your recent paper in iScience (Cell Press)(Nov 2021)**We would like to thank DBT (Animal Biotechnology Division)for funding our research**Congratulations Sucharita for your recent publication in Molecular Immunology (October 2021)**Congratulations Chandan and Afruja for your recent publication in Gut Pathogens (July 2021)**Congratulations Dr. Aritraa Lahiri on achieving your doctoral degree (April 2021)**Congratulations Dr. Ankita Singh and Afruja Khan for your recent paper published in ACS Infectious Diseases (March 2021)** Congratulations to Aritraa and PKT Lab, DCS for our recent paper in Angewandte Chemie (Nov 2020)*** Congratulations Dr. Ankita Singh on achieving your doctoral degree (Nov 2020)***Congratulation Aritraa for GYTI appreciation Award 2020 (Oct 2020)**Congratulations to Chandan and Ankita for their recent publication in Vaccine (Jan 2020), Congratulation to Dr. Amirul Mallick for receiveing "ICMR-DHR International Fellow" award 2019 * Recent publications

Host-Pathogen Interaction Lab

Host-pathogen interaction leads to either immunity or infection depending on the hosts susceptibility, virulence factors of the pathogen, route of entry, mode of pathogen transmission, and many environmental factors. A recent survey of human pathogens listed >1,400 different species; more than half are known to be zoonotic, of which at least 12% of all human pathogens are considered Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID). Influenza virus A, HIV/AIDS, SARS, MERS, Anthrax, Malaria and other arthropod-borne diseases are a few of them. EIDs continuously threaten all persons, regardless of age, sex, lifestyle, ethnic background, and socioeconomic status. We expect that understanding the mechanism of molecular components involved in host-pathogen interaction during infection with EIDs will provide a better opportunity to develop more efficacious control measures against them.

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