Isha Dey is a research scientist Thermo Fisher Scientific. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in microbiology and biochemistry from St. Xavier’s College and University of Calcutta in India, respectively, after which she moved to the United States to pursue a Ph.D. in physiology from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Her thesis focused on understanding the regulation of fluid transport in the intestine. Her association with ASBMB Today began in 2016. Besides sciencing, she likes to do embroidery, listen to music (The Beatles is amongst her all-time favorites), try out all kinds of food (almost, too bad she is allergic to seafood), travel to new places and write stories about them.
Articles by Isha Dey
Jan. 4, 2022
In a national collaboration, Austrian researchers unravel the effect of cell culture medium on mitochondrial function in cells.
Feb. 17, 2021
Researchers at Vanderbilt University discover a correlation between cell levels of PMP22 and its misfolding in this inherited neuromuscular disorder.
Dec. 1, 2019
Watching his older brother’s career as an academic researcher helped Brandon Davies find his own path as a researcher. The JLR junior associate editor studies how distribution of fats in our tissues contributes to metabolic disorders.
Nov. 1, 2019
What is mitochondria’s role in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease? What’s the best way to differentiate embryonic and mesenchymal stem cells to use MSCs in therapy? How do fatty acids reduce melanin in tumor cells? Researchers tackle these questions …
Oct. 1, 2019
One of the most prominent women in science in India, Visweswariah talks to ASBMB contributor Isha Dey about her lab’s work on an intestinal receptor protein can cause congenital diarrhea and the challenges of doing research in her country.
April 1, 2019
A pioneer in cancer biology whose findings challenge existing notions, Craig B. Thompson has established how cellular metabolism regulates signal transduction and gene expression and how oncogenic transformation alters these mechanisms.
Dec. 1, 2018
How early screening can help cure a rare genetic disease in newborns. The connection of genes, brains and immune cells in a risk factor for obesity. The difference between white and brown fat cells. Read about this research and more in our roundup o…
Sept. 1, 2018
What’s the link between lipids and sleep apnea? How is obesity related to fertility? What’s the fastest way to screen heart drugs? Read about these topics and more in our roundup of recent papers from the Journal of Biological Chemistry, the Journa…
April 1, 2018
Chris Sander, director of the cBio Center at the Dana–Farber Cancer, is credited with integrating computational sciences into biological research to make scientific resources easily accessible to the public.