Journal of Oncology Translational Research

ISSN: 2476-2261

Open Access

Bibhu Ranjan Das

Bibhu Ranjan Das

Bibhu Ranjan Das
Research and Development
Centre of Excellence in Molecular Pathology, Clinical Research Services, India


Dr. B.R. Das is a healthcare leader with more than 33 years of experience in Molecular Medicine and has been instrumental in establishing the concept of translational research for the first time in Clinical Diagnostics in India. Prior to his association with SRL, he was working as Professor in Medical Biotechnology for nearly 15 years. Dr. Das acts as Scientific Advisory Committee Member, Visiting Professor and Research Guide at several reputed institutes of India. He has been a Visiting Professor in CaseWestern ReserveUniversityHospital, Cleveland, USA, and Kyoto Medical School, Japan. Dr. Das has been serving as a member of International Affairs Committee (IAC) of Association of Molecular Pathology (AMP), USA for India and is also an Expert member in the Molecular Pathology Committee of the Association of Indian Pathologist of North America (AIPNA). Besides, he is an Editorial Board Member of World Journal of Experimental Medicine. Dr. Das currently is the President of the Molecular Pathologists Association of India (MPAI). With more than 100 research papers to his credit, published in peer reviewed international journals, Dr. Das has mentored several Ph.D. and post-doctoral scientists to complete their clinical research work. His research work has been highly acclaimed in India and abroad for which he has been honoured with several prestigious awards such as the Best Young Scientist Award conferred by Indian National Science Academy (INSA), Indian Science Congress Association’s (ISCA) Young Scientist Award, MP Young Scientist Award, KI Memorial Award for Promotion of Medical Research in Japan, Samantha Chandrasekhar Award from Orissa Bigyan Academy, Technology Achievement Award by EET CRS, to name a few. In 2017, Dr. Das was conferred the 100 Most Impactful Healthcare Leaders Award listed globally.

Research Interest

Molecular Pathology
Translational research

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