Starting October 1st, 2011, I will be joining the faculty of the Department of Genetics and Genomics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City as an Assistant Professor. I will also hold an appointment at the Genomics and Multiscale Biology Institute.
Until recently, I was a post-doctoral scholar in the labs of Profs. Steven Brenner and Michael Jordan at the University of California, Berkeley. I am interested in developing and advancing computational methods to help address critical issues in molecular biology. Specifically, my research focuses on extracting under-utilized information in large-scale genomic data sets and the supporting knowledgebases to enhance the performance of protein function prediction algorithms.
Previously, I graduated with a PhD in Computer Science from the Department
of Computer Science
and Engineering, University
of Minnesota, Twin Cities. I worked
Kumar's group in the fields of data mining and
bioinformatics. Before joining UMN, I graduated with a Bachelor of Technology degree
from the Department
of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian
Institute of Technology,
Details about my experience, publications, short descriptions of the major projects I have undertaken
and professional services can be found in my resume linked on the left.