Srabani Mukherjee

Dr Mukherjee is at present an assistant director at the National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) in Mumbai, a premier research institution under the purview of the Indian Council of Medical Research and the Ministry of Health. She has earned her Bachelor of Science and her Masters degree in Physiology from the University of Calcutta. She has received her doctorate in Biochemistry from the Indian Institute of Chemical Biology. Subsequently she has been affiliated as a research associate with the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai and the P.D. Hinduja National Hospital and Research Centre. She received Post-doctoral training at University of Texas Health Science Centre at San Antonio, USA. She is a Fellow in “Frontiers in Reproduction Marine Biological Laboratory” at MBL, Woods Hole, USA. She is a member of Indian Society for Study of Reproduction and Fertility (ISSRF) and been awarded several research grants to carry out her research work. She has extensive hands-on expertise in a variety of current molecular biology techniques, protein and cell culture practices. Her position as head of the flow cytometry facility at NIRRH and her attendance at various trainings has made her highly experienced in this technique. Dr Mukherjee has delivered many talks at various conferences and authored several publications in the field of molecular biology and reproduction. She has been pursuing active research over the last twenty years and her keen interests currently lie in infertility studies with focus on the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, a common endocrinopathy in females of reproductive age. She is presently working towards understanding the pathophysiology of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) by genetic profiling and proteomics studies.

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Brought into the limelight many decades ago, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is still, to date, surrounded by controversy and mystery. Much attention has been attracted to various topics associated with PCOS research and there has been a healthy advance towards bettering the understanding of the many implications of this complex syndrome. A variety of topics have been dealt with by a panel of authors and compiled in this book. They span methods of diagnosis, reproductive anomalies, metabolic consequences, psychological mindset and ameliorative effects of various lifestyle and medical management options. These books are designed to update all associated professionals on the recent developments in this fast-growing field and to encourage further research into this thought-provoking subject.

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