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<img src="img/anirban.jpg" title="Anirban Chakraborty" alt="A picture of Anirban Chakraborty" />
<h5>Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Rutgers University, 2013</h5>
<p>I joined the Block lab in 2013. I am currently working with Arthur Meng to analyze RNA polymerase II mediated regulation of gene expression.
I received my Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry from Rutgers University in 2013.
At Rutgers University, I worked under the supervision of Prof. Richard Ebright.
For my graduate dissertation, I performed single-molecule fluorescence experiments to analyze bacterial RNA polymerase clamp conformation.
Prior to joining Rutgers University, from 2005-2007, I worked for as an Associate Scientist at AstraZeneca India Pvt. Ltd.
There, I was involved in characterization and evaluation of potential drug targets against <em>Mycobacterium tuberculosis</em>.
In addition to single-molecule Biophysics, I enjoy photography, tennis and travelling.</p>
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<li>Anirban Chakraborty (Abbvie)</li>
<li>Andrew Savinov (University of Washington)</li>
<li>Cong "Arthur" Meng (DataVisor Inc.)</li>
<li>Irena Fischer-Hwang (Stanford University)</li>
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<p>Updated 15 January 2019</p>
<p>Updated 12 March 2019</p>