9th Indo Global Summit on Cancer Therapy
Bose Institute, India
Manju Ray is born on 1st January 1947 and got her PhD (Biochemistry) in 1975 from University of Calcutta. Professor Manju Ray, after retirement from the post of Senior Professor, Department of Biological Chemistry, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science on December 2010, has joined at Bose institute, as an Emeritus Scientist. She devoted herself mainly on elucidation of metabolic pathways of methylglyoxal, a potent anticancer agent and development of anticancer drug based on methylglyoxal. She was awarded the most prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize in Biological Sciences for the year 1989. She also got Young Scientist Medal, Life Time Achievement Award, Dr I.C. Chopra Memorial Award, Dr. Jnan Chandra Ghosh Memorial Award etc. She delivered many lectures in several Research Institutes and Universities in India and abroad like USA, England, Sweden, Australia, China, Germany, Canada etc. She has published total 76 papers in international reputed journals.