Senjuti Saha is a Bangladeshi scientist, microbiologist, and researcher who gained worldwide popularity after sequenced the genome of coronavirus (COVID19). She mainly researches on Microbiology, Epidemiology and Global Health. She is the daughter of Microbiologist Dr. Samir Kumar Saha.
April 23, 1992
|Education||University Of Toronto|
|Father||Samir Kumar Saha|
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Senjuti Saha was born in April 23, 1992, in Bangladesh. Her father and mother both are microbiologists. Father Dr. Samir Kumar Saha founder of the Child health research foundation in Bangladesh who has been working for 40 years tirelessly to change and save the health of children from Infectious diseases. (i.e. Pneumonia, Meningitis.).
Dr. Senjuti Saha has earned her degree in BSc. Biochemistry from the University Of Toronto, she received a Doctor Of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Molecular Genetics from the University Of Toronto. Before she studied in Visiting Post Doctoral Scholar in Stanford School Of Medicine Associate Faculty. Senjuti also studied in Public Health Scientist in John Hopkins Bloomberg School
Child Health Research Foundation in Bangladesh.
Dr. Senjuti Saha‘s marital or relationship status was not published in any news/sources.
Dr. Senjuti Saha first started researching on simple topics and later she became one of the global health researchers.