The Saha laboratory is a venture in neuroepigenetics. Our research is geared towards understanding epigenetic mechanisms of neuronal gene expression and their roles in neurodevelopment, cognitive functions and brain disorders. To know more about those italicized words, click on the Neuroepigenetics page on the side-menu to your left. To know more about our on-going work, click on the Projects page from the top menu. To know more about us, go to People page from the top menu.... Read more about
As the principal investigator of our laboratory, I get to wear several hats: a scientist, a teacher, a manager, an accountant, an administrator etc. My favorite role though is being the 'truth seeker', where I get to pursue enigmatic neurobiological processes with the zeal of a kid in a candy store. I'm very proud of my hardworking research team and its immense potential. On my personal front, I'm the proud dad of a nine year old who knows that our brain is the most important part of our body because 'it can not be replaced'.