Dr. Krishna Pada Bhabak
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry, Room No: CHF 007
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG)
Guwahati-781039, Assam, India
Ph No: +91-361-258-3476(O) 4344 (Lab) 5476(R)
Fax No: +91-361-258-2349
Email: kbhabak@iitg.ac.in; kbhabak@gmail.com
Professional Experience

Apr, 2015 - Present: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG), Assam, India

Feb, 2013 - Apr, 2015: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Presidency University, Kolkata, India.

Nov, 2012 - Feb, 2013: Post-doctoral Researcher, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom .

Jul, 2010 - Oct, 2012: Post-doctoral Researcher (Alexander von Humboldt Fellow), Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
                               
Aug, 2009 - Jun, 2010: Research Associate, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
Education

Aug, 2006 - Jul, 2009: PhD, Inorganic & Physical Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India 
                                   (Supervisor: Prof. G. Mugesh).

Aug, 2003 - Apr, 2006: Masters Degree (MS) in Chemical Science, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.

Aug, 2000 - Jul, 2003: B.Sc. (Chemistry Hons.), R. K. Mission Residential College, Narendrapur, University of Calcutta, India.

Awards/Fellowships

Jan, 2013: INSPIRE Faculty Award by Department of Science and Technology (DST), India

Dec, 2010: Best Thesis Award by Eli Lilly and Company Outstanding Thesis Award 2010 in Asia.

Mar, 2010: Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for Post-doctoral Researcher by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany


Bioorganic Chemistry Research Laboratory @ IITG
Welcome to

Bioorganic Chemistry Research Laboratory @ IITG
Welcome to


Bioorganic Chemistry Research Laboratory

My research experience is mainly in the field of Organic/Bioorganic Chemistry. Research interests in our group include the design and synthesis of organic compounds or fluorescently labeled compounds having potentials relevant to different biomedical processes that lead to various disease states such as cancer or inflammatory diseases. We undertake a number of analytical, Spectroscopic, kinetic, biochemical and biological (in vitro and cellular) assay methods/strategies to evaluate their potencies. Suitable computational approaches are adopted to further support our experimental findings as applicable.


Selected Publications


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        (This work has been featured on the Cover Page of the Journal)


            Dalton Trans.  201140,   2099-2111.

           Acc. Chem. Res.  201043,   1408-1419.
           (This work has been featured on the Cover Page of the Journal)

        (This work has been featured on the Cover Page of the Journal)



           Chem. Eur. J.   200713,   4594-4601.



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