Rajdeep Chakraborty
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Dr Rajdeep Chakraborty is a Head and Neck Cancer Researcher at Macquarie University. He is a trained Dentoalveolar surgeon who did his master’s in biomedical sciences from Lancaster University, U.K and later completed his Master of Research in oral cancer at Macquarie University, Sydney after achieving the prestigious Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship and Sydney Vital Translational Cancer Research Scholar Award. He initiated oral cancer research at Macquarie University after collaborating with Peter MacCallum Cancer Research Centre, Melbourne University and Diamantina Research Institute, Head and Neck Cancer Research Centre, University of Queensland. During his Dentoalveolar surgical practice, he was involved in the diagnosis of precancerous and cancerous lesions of oro-facial regions. He presented papers at various National and International conferences. Due to his academic and professional achievements he was appointed as Early Career Researcher Symposium Organising Committee member by Sydney Vital. He is also a member of American Association for Cancer Research and Australian and New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society. He is one of the rare academicians who combines dental surgery practice and fundamental science research. He is currently a Doctoral candidate, research assistant, and academic staff in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Macquarie University, Sydney. His current PhD project investigates the role of Hook related proteins in adenoid cystic carcinoma.

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