Pallabi Das earned her PhD in 2019 from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India and joined Princeton University, USA as a postdoctoral research associate. Her main research interest has been the SM Higgs boson, and through its properties identifying potential new physics signatures. During her PhD, she worked on measuring anomalous top Yukawa couplings in the single top associated production of the Higgs boson. More recently, she is involved in the search for exotic Higgs decays to pairs of pseudoscalars, which then decay to SM particles. She also dedicates a substantial effort to measure and improve the performance of the CMS trigger system.