From a fresh start-up to one of India’s most-promising biotech ventures, Inbiopro has earned its place on the industry-watchers’ list quickly. Our leadership team comprises:
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and a Director of Inbiopro, Sohang is one of the key founding members of the company. His unwavering enthusiasm to discover the ‘whys’ and ‘hows’ in biotechnology spurred his post-graduation at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, and then, subsequent research at Cornell University. Sohang’s expertise has been validated through his work at Millipore India and Avestha Gengraine Technologies. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blending a passion for biotechnology with business management skills, Kavitha, a founding member, is a Director and the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Inbiopro. She has a Masters in Medical Microbiology from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, and an MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. Her successful stints at Biocon Limited, Millipore India, and Avestha Gengraine Technologies, have given her a thorough understanding of industry dynamics as well as influencers. Write to her at email@example.com
A serial entrepreneur with a history of successful start-ups, Aditya obtained his MBA from the Harvard Business School. A part of Inbiopro's founding team, he has also been the co-founder of BioAtlantis, an Irish biotech start-up. A former consultant with McKinsey & Co. in Asia, Aditya completed his undergraduate degree and graduate degree in Biochemical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, where he received the Director's Gold Medal for the best all-round student in the graduating class. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Ph.D scholar at the Department of Biochemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Professor P.N. Rangarajan's research interests include eukaryotic gene expression and infectious diseases. He has been investigating regulation of gene expression in the methylotrophic yeast, pichia pastoris, and also studying host gene expression changes during Japanese Encephalitis Virus infection. He has also worked
extensively in collaboration with the biotech industry to develop recombinant vaccines for Hepatitis B (BEVAC, ELOVAC-B, TRIPVAC) and a candidate vaccine for rabies (DINARAB).
A Professor at the Molecular Biophysics Unit, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Raghavan Varadarajan is a leading researcher in the area of protein structure, folding, and stability. His work encompasses both basic aspects of protein packing, folding, and stability, as well as application of this knowledge to address biologically relevant problems, including immunogen design for HIV-1 and influenza. A regular contributor to academic journals, he has received the prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Science and Technology.