involved many breakthroughs in medicine.
Chatterjee was also given high honors in India. She received the Padma Bhushan, which is the third-highest award a civilian can receive in India. She was also appointed as a member of the upper house of Parliament. She continued her work with chemistry by founding and heading the chemistry department for Lady Brabourne College, starting a research institute and mentoring others.
Her Contributions: her work contributed to the development of treatments for epilepsy, malaria and chemotherapy *
Chatterjee died on Nov. 22nd, 20016.