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Bikram Dasgupta

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Bikram Dasgupta is a Post doctoral researcher in Dr. Yuval Rinkevich’s lab at the Institute of Regenerative Biology and Medicine. At the present time, he is engaged in research in two different areas.

Research Area 1: Bikram studies both normal and malignant cell transplantation across different organs in healthy and injury models in order to understand the fundamental relationships between graft transplantation and extracellular matrix. A major goal of his research is to identify mechanisms that promote regeneration within graft host relationship.

Research area 2: Bikram is also interested in the morphogenetic abilities of fibroblasts during wound healing. His work is to pin point the communication cascades between the stroma and the immune cells of the subcutaneous connective tissue that regulate the process of wound closure.


Bikram completed his Bachelor of Technology in Bio-Technology from Kolkata, India before coming to Germany for his masters. He attained the master degree from Universität Bremen from where his interest in stem cell biology began. After that, he joined the Institute of Stem cell Research in Munich as a research intern where his main focus was to reprogram fibroblasts into pluripotent stem cells. Building on his experience and expertise, Bikram is now furthering his research on tissue regeneration and healing.

Fields of Work and Expertise

Regeneration Stem Cell Developmental Biology Tissue Repair and Regeneration Microscopy

Professional Background

2024 -

Post doctoral scientist, Helmholtz Munich

2020 -2024

PhD in Medical Research, Ludwig Maximillian Universität, Germany

2017 - 2019

Masters in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Universität Bremen

2013 - 2017

Bachelor of Technology, Bengal Institute of technology, India