PEOPLE Associates (Former)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Area of Research:  Systems Biology

I have two main broad subjects of interest: Condensed Matter Physics and Cellular Biology.

In condensed matter physics, I have been working on effects of interaction and disorder on electrons. I am specially interested in magnetic phase transitions in metals. More technically speaking, I have tried to use insights gained from impurity models like Kondo model to understand the local physics of extended interacting systems.

I have been interested in off-equilibrium dynamics of unidirectional processes, specially in context of ion pumping on cellular membranes. I am also interested in enzymatic networks and how they control gene expression or transduction.