3-M Interactions (Metabolism, Microbiome & Metabolome)
Dr. Dey is trained in immunopharmacology and nutritional biochemistry. His research centers around defining the intestinal-level 3-M interactions between metabolism, microbiome, and metabolome in relation to non-communicable chronic metabolic conditions like obesity, type II diabetes, and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. In parallel, he is also engaged in applied research to develop prophylactic and therapeutic strategies against chronic metabolic disease, especially focusing on intestinal and hepatic health (e.g., dysbiosis, gut barrier dysfunction, LPS/TLR4-response). Over the years, his research has deciphered the therapeutic efficacy of several traditional remedies and nutritional supplements. Besides research, Dr. Dey is currently also teaching Medical and Animal Biotechnology-related subjects.
'Learning is a continuous process' and 'there is always scope for improvement' are his life philosophies. Besides research and teaching, Dr. Dey enjoys cooking and reading books.
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