If life is a story, then genetics is its language. Surprisingly, the script for this language, has only four alphabets (A, G, C and T for DNA and A, G, C and U for RNA). This simplicity ingrained in the most complex language of the mortal world has always baffled me as a scientist. I am primarily interested in decrypting the script of life and mastering it modulate health and disease. Decoding the secret language will allow us to develop newer strategies to counter pathophysiological challenges in human beings by encoding and packaging new information in life?s own language. My earlier work involved studying the role of small RNA molecules (known as microRNAs) in the interactions of bone cells with microroughened titanium implant surfaces. Presently I am developing a research lab in the field of regenerative medicine wherein I?ll be using molecular biology tools to study human pathophysiological conditions and attempt to identify therapeutic tools.