“There is gender parity in biotech industry”

Dr Anmol Chandele is the assistant professor (Adjunct) at the New Delhi component of the Emory Vaccine Center. In an interaction with the BioSpectrum, she talks about various aspects related to biotech as as a career option for women


Dr Anmol Chandele, assistant professor (Adjunct), Emory Vaccine Center, New Delhi

Q: Why did you pursue biotechnology as a career choice?

A: Biotechnology-based research is currently being used extensively to assist in the development of technologies, therapeutics and vaccines that are required for betterment of human health and society. I find this very exciting and thus selected and continued to pursue a career in biotechnology.

Q:Do you feel contented now, having opted this career?

A:My research work is essentially translational with the hope to find a cure or a better vaccine for diseases that have plagued the under-developed and developing world for centuries. It is a very emotionally and mentally satisfying career option. My current position at the ICGEB-Emory Global Vaccine center gives me the unique opportunity to strengthen ties within India and also work across geographical boundaries.

Q: Is biotechnology a good option for career growth in women?


Previous 1 3 Next

Leave a Reply Sign in

Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail address

Post Comment

Survey Box

National Health Policy

Is National Health Policy 2017 helpful for patients?

Send this article by email