Anand Ranganathan

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Anand Ranganathan
💼 Occupation
Associate Professor, Author
👩 Spouse(s)Sheetal Ranganathan
👴 👵 Parent(s)Subramania Ranganathan, Darshan Ranganathan

Anand Ranganathan (born 1972) is an author of three fiction books and Associate Professor at Special Centre for Molecular Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. His laboratory works in the area of Directed Evolution and Pathogenesis, with special emphasis on Tuberculosis and Malaria.[1]


  1. Book, fiction: The Land of the Wilted Rose (Rupa, 2012)[2]
  2. Book, fiction: For Love and Honour (Bloomsbury, 2015)[3]
  3. Book, fiction: The Rat Eater (Juggernaut, 2017; co-authored with Chitra Subramaniam)[4]


  • Young Scientist, World Economic Forum, for the New Champions Summit, 2012
  • Young Scientist Medal of the Indian National Science Academy, 2007
  • Young Scientist Medal of the UDCT, India, 2006
  • Associate Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences, 2003-06
  • Pembroke College Cambridge Scholarship, 1995
  • Cambridge Nehru Centenary Fellowship, 1992

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