My research interest lies in describing and understanding biological systems (Language Preferred-Mathematics). Good guess, I’m in mathematical modeling. During my bachelor’s degree, my training was purely focused on microbiology and molecular biology but I felt biology is way too complex to be handled purely with core biological viewpoints. So, in my master’s program, I started focusing on the application of mathematics in biological research and worked on transmission dynamics of viruses and biochemical mathematical models.My current project focuses on developing a mechanistic model for APP (Antigen Processing and Presentation) pathway.
since 2021 Guest Ph.D. student in the research group Quantitative and Systems Biology at the Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences, Georg August University of Göttingen, IMPRS for Genome Science, Germany
2018 - 2020 MSc
Biophysics at Jamia Millia Islamia University, India (First Division with Distinction)
i. Transmission dynamics of COVID-19 in
India and effectiveness of self-quarantine: A phase-wise data-driven analysis.
ii. Expression, purification, and spectrometry of Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony Stimulating factor (GMSCF).
2015 - 2018 BSc
(Hons.) Microbiology at Amity University, India (First Division with
i. To Study Azotobacter biofilm and its effect on the growth of maize plants.
ii. To study growth kinetics of Talaromyces purpurogenus HNB9.
iii. Optimization of overexpression of hisB gene in Mycobacterium smegmatis.