|I hold a B.Tech from Indian Institute of Information Technology.
I also hold a MSCS and Ph.D.CSE from Dept. of CSE, UC Riverside. My Postdoc training was in the field of bioinformatics, in the Rowicka Lab, Univ. of Texas Med. Branch.
I develop algorithms and implement them as software tools that do statistical analysis for Molecular Biologists. The tools help them analyze data from experiments involving Next Generation Sequencing.
a) mapping double stranded breaks in human genome (Breakome)[Published in Nature Methods 2013] 2014 impact factor 32.072
b) identifying transcription factors binding sites and binding motifs from protein-dna interaction (NF-kB cistrome)[Published in Nuc. Acids Research 2013, and JBC 2014]
c) identifying gene expression (NF-kB/RelA functional genes)[Published in Nuc. Acids Research 2013]
Our ideal computational objective for NGS data in a nutshell is: ``Analysis of Terabytes of raw data using Teraflop systems with Kilobytes of code and in a few Kilo seconds.''
Major areas that I am involved in include:
a) developing genomics / NGS data analysis software in C/C++
b) developing and tuning NGS data analaysis pipelines for ChIP-Seq, RNA-Seq, BLESS, etc.
b) string / regex matching, PCRE, awk, etc.
c) multi-threading: computing on multicore CPUs as well as GPUs
I use Linux, C, C++ with STL, boost libs, GSL, pthreads/OMP, R, Matlab and Wikipedia as tools.