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I have an academic background in Microbial Computational Systems Biology mostly focussed on the reconstruction of bacterial regulatory networks and integration of heterogeneous datasets.
My current research interests revolve around using various bioinformatics methods and approaches to study the molecular cross-talk between bacteria and humans in the gut environment particularly in the context of autophagy, immunomodulation, and homeostasis as well as in disease states such as Ulcerative Colitis and Crohns Disease.
Regulation of autophagy by Salmonella
How the microbiome keeps us healthy
Multi-omics analysis of intestinal organoids
Machine learning and systems biology approaches to study the gut microbiome
Impacts of Reducing UK Beef Consumption Using a Revised Sustainable Diets Framework
Construction and verification of the transcriptional regulatory response network of Streptococcus mutans upon treatment with the biofilm inhibitor carolacton.
- Recipient of the Scholarship for oustanding students with excellent academic performance by the Technical University Hamburg Harburg and Hanseatic Hamburg, Germany.
- Awarded with the ”HypovereinsBank” scholarship for carrying out the MBA program at the Northern Institute of Technology Management, Hamburg, Germany.
- 25th Rank Holder during Bachelor studies (in the Industrial Biotechnology stream) conducted by Anna University, India.