research writer, canadian science publishing, march 2018 - present
research writer, Cardiac arrthymia network of canada, february 2018 - present
Research storyteller, western university, november 2017 - august 2018
Aniruddho was hired as Western University’s Research Storyteller, to better communicate research excellence in Social Science, Arts and Humanities, Music, Law, Education and Visual Arts to a wider audience, within Western and outside of it. Click below to read a report on his activities - the tasks he did, and the initiatives he took.
London free press, july 2017
Aniruddho wrote an Op-Ed piece in the weekend edition of the London Free Press, covering the second Synthetic Biology Symposium held at Western University.
SCIENCE Writer, CANADIAN MEDICAL HALL OF FAME
OCTOBER 2016 - PRESENT
Aniruddho designs and conducts microbiology and neuroscience workshops for Grade 7 and Grade 8 school children. In addition, he is writing profiles of the Hall of Fame laureates for general audiences.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
AUGUST 2014 - AUGUST 2016
The following articles were written by Aniruddho during his time as a Science Communication Officer under the mentorship of Ms. Marilyn Steinberg, the Director of Communications, Public Relations and Science Engagement at the Faculty of Science, University of Western Ontario. After interviewing each of the individuals, he crafted their stories in way that would be easily accessible to the general public. These articles were published on the Faculty of Science, University of Western Ontario homepage and the Department of Biology homepage. Please click on the article heading to read the full article.
western gradcast, SOCIETY OF GRADUATE STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
JANUARY 2016 - APRIL 2016
Gradcast is the official podcast and radio show of the Society of Graduate Students at Western University, highlighting the research of Western's graduate students. Aniruddho conducted four live radio interviews with graduate students whose research topics ranged from political think-tanks to the promotion of health literacy.
chair, organizing committee, biology graduate research forum, BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
FEBRUARY 2015 - OCTOBER 2015
The Biology Graduate Research Forum is the Biology Department's annual showcase for graduate student research. Aniruddho's objective as the Chair of the Forum's organizing committee was to •increase the accessibility of graduate student research amongst scientists with different research backgrounds within the department, •increase the visibility of graduate student research of the department across the university •encourage the artistic and human side of graduate research students by giving a platform for their artistic endeavours and •present their research as science outreach. To do so, he overhauled the Forum's six-year old format and planned, organized and executed the aforementioned objectives by introducing research talks in academic-conference specific formats, introducing the Three-Minute Thesis format, establishing the Bio-Booth as a science outreach initiative and handling all social-media pertaining to and during the event via Facebook and Twitter.