Dr. Moumita Dutta received her PhD in general toxicology and graduated in 2017 from the University of Burdwan, India. During 2018-2020, she did her postdoctoral training from the at University of Washington, USA. Currently she is working as a Research Scientist at the University of Washington, Seattle. Her persistent goal is to explore the role of environmental toxicant in the host health and disease pathogenesis, using in-vivo model and application of cell and molecular biology techniques. She has already published 16 articles at several high throughput journals of pharmacology and toxicology and presented her research work at more than 25 scientific meetings. She was awarded with 2 best poster presentation awards in both India and USA while presenting her research works in front of scientific community. She is a current member of Society of Toxicology and Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics (CMiST), University of Washington. At her current role, Dr. Dutta is interested to investigate the role of gut-liver interaction focusing xenobiotic biotransformation, nuclear receptor, and metabolites association in the progression of host health and disease pathogenesis.