LEAVING HOME, FINDING HOME: Stories By South Asian Women Within The USMain MenuIntroduction What is LEAVING HOME, FINDING HOME?By Jashodhara SenOur StoriesExplore our stories to better understand us, our celebrations and our strugglesWorkshops and Events in Collaboration with the Boulder Public LibraryStorytelling Day and South Asian Cultural Dialogue Part I (Summer 2018)Jashodhara Sen94e25b0ba49d5bae3dbe5dea808e4bc854a4e8b5
Ishara Datta's Story
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Ishara Datta is a PhD student in the Department of Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology. She is currently working on identifying new genes involved in insulin resistance. In her free time Ishara loves to cook food from different cuisines or go for hikes in the beautiful mountains of Colorado with her friends.