My research is focused on genomics and computing, with emphasis on rare disease genotyping and gene expression studies using NGS (Whole Genome, Exome and RNASeq) data.
Previously, at Emory Vaccine Center, I worked in Human Immunology Project Consortium projects with emphasis in understanding the effects of adjuvanted seasonal flu vaccination in healthy as well as in HIV-infected individuals. At University of Florida, I applied systems biology approaches to study the effects of recreational marijuana and/or tobacco use in HIV-infected young adults. At University of California San Diego, I worked for LIPID MAPS and UCSD Signaling Gateway consortium projects.
Prior to joining UCSD, I obtained my M.Sc (2000, University of Hyderabad, India), M.Tech (2002, Anna University, India) and Ph.D (2007, University of Hyderabad). I received my B.Sc. (1997, Chemistry and Biology) from Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada, India.
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