-How long have you been at Visikol?
I joined in May 2022, so it is about 1 year 3 months.
-What do you do at Visikol?
I work as a Scientist at Visikol. I design and execute various in vitro pharmacology and as well as ex vivo PCLS projects with human organs from inception to end and successfully complete them.
-What’s your favorite project that you’ve worked on here at Visikol?
The cell painting project was one of my favorite ones where we studied the effect of various client compounds on the cellular organelles, their texture and intensities.
-Most challenging part of working in the science field?
The most challenging part of working in the science field is to accept failures in the experiments and develop high levels of motivation and resilience throughout the studies.
-Most rewarding part about working the science field?
The most rewarding part of the science field is recognition from your peers that work done is of importance and renowned to the world.
-How does your department help Visikol accelerate the drug discovery process?
My department works for various projects which help in answering various research questions in the drug screening pipeline and accelerate the drug discovery process in the clinical settings.
-Fun fact about yourself?
I enjoy trying local cuisines from different places in the world with my family and wish to be a food and travel blogger.