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PhD Students

My broad area of interest is biological physics. Specific areas include theoritical and computational studies to understand RNA and Protein folding-unfolding phenomena using a variety of tools from equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics

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RAJU SARKAR

SRF

Developing a Structural Topology-based Electrostatic Model (Stem) of RNA to investigate functional conformational changes of bacterial and viral RNAs.

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AVIJIT MAINAN

SRF

My interest lies in the regime of protein folding-unfolding and water dynamics 

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AKHILESH JAISWAR

SRF

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My research interest lies in investigating the chain mechanics of viral spike protein by developing coarse-grained structure-based models.

ANUSHREE SINHA

SRF

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Investigation of viral protein-RNA complex formation mechanism by classical molecular dynamics simulation method and by developing coarse-grained structure-based modeling techniques.

AMRITA CHAKROBARTY

SRF

Investigation of RNA-Protein complex formation strategy & to explore the free energy calculation techniques based on computational approaches and methodologies

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DIBYAMANJAREE SAMANT

JRF

My research interest lies in the regime of understanding Hofmeister effects in the Chemistry and Biology interface by using polyelectrolyte solutions and important applications of statistical mechanics

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RIMI KUNDU

JRF

Post-Doc Fellows & Research Scholars

My primary area of interest lies at the junction of Machine Learning and Biophysics especially focusing on building Deep Learning models to predict Viral Mutations and understand the mechanistic behaviour of viral infection.

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SATYAM SANGEET

DBT-JRF

My research interest focuses on examining the properties of technology impotant optoelectronic and biophysical materials. In addition to combine the strength of ab intio and molecular mechanics approaches

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Dr. KARINA KHAN

POST DOCTORAL FELLOW

MASTER STUDENTS

Currently exploring the correlations from evolutionary history and existing information transfer pathways in enzymes to predict allostric sites

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MADHAV B NAIR

19MS

My current research involves investigating the transmission of signals through alternative routes when modifications are made at the allosteric sites

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KRUSHNA RANJAN PRADHAN

19MS

Lab Alumni

  • Angel Mary C.T (18MS Batch)

          Current Position: Ph.D. student at University of Rostock, Germany      

  • Sanchay Aggarwal(18MS Batch)

Current Position: Ph.D. student at Penn State University, PA, US

  • Rishabh Singh (17MS Batch)

          Current Position: Ph.D. student at Rutgers University, NJ, US

Current Position: Ph.D. student at Penn State University, PA, US

  • Vysakh R (16MS Batch)

Current Position: Ph.D. student at Iowa State University, IA, US

  • Mukti Biswas (15MS Batch)

  • Sangram Prusty (15MS Batch)

Current Position: Ph.D. student at Boston University, MA, US​

  • Sonali P. Nayak (University of Hyderabad, Intern-2020)

Current Position: MS at Göttingen University, Germany

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