The tale of metamorphosis, Batra srishtensis

This week was very special for the NICE lab as the first student from the lab, Srishti Batra, metamorphosed into Dr. Srishti Batra by successfully defending her thesis. As part of her PhD, she worked on a promiscuous volatile, extracted from Artimesia plant, named coffee furanone and showed its function in stimulating the insect olfactory system using tools from neurophysiology, animal behavior and bioinformatics, highlighting its role as a potential insect repellent.

But apart from the thesis defense, she also had to face a “real” defense, which tested her skills at a whole new level.

Congratulations on your metamorphosis, Dr. Srishti Batra!

  One thought on “The tale of metamorphosis, Batra srishtensis

  1. May 28, 2020 at 2:32 pm

    Reblogged this on Window To My World and commented:
    It is an amazing feeling to be part of such a wonderful group for my PhD


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