Associate Professor(G)
  tdas @ tifrh . res . in
  FReTB, PI-207
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Research Overview

Our laboratory is dedicated to advancing the understanding of how collective cell dynamics influence the morphogenesis, homeostasis, and regeneration of polarized epithelial tissues. To achieve this, we employ diverse cutting-edge techniques, including super-resolution microscopy, biophysical methods, immunocytochemistry, and molecular cloning. Our investigations encompass a range of model systems, from cell lines and organoids to transgenic mice, allowing us to explore these phenomena across various physiological contexts, including embryonic development, wound healing, and cancer.