|Name Roop Mallik|
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Roop Mallik is an Indian biophysicist who works on nanoscale molecular motor proteins that transport material such as viruses, mitochondria, endosomes etc. inside living cells. These motors generate forces of the order of pico-Newtons.
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- Early life and career
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Early life and career
Mallik was born in 1970 in Allahabad in Northern India. He completed his post graduate work in Physics at Allahabad University. Mallik later joined the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai for doctoral research in Condensed Matter Physics. He moved to problems in experimental biology after completing a PhD in Physics. Mallik received the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award in Biology in 2014.