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Jagat Chauhan

Post-doctoral Fellow

I did my PhD in Bioinformatics in 2013 under the supervision of Prof GPS Raghava from CSIR-IMTECH, Chandigarh India. During my PhD, I applied machine learning and Bioinformatics approaches to analyse and predict protein-small molecule interactions. I have developed a number of web servers and databases for the identification of ligand binding sites, predicting small molecule inhibitory activity, in silico screening and designing of drugs/analogues/chemicals using Bioinformatics and Chemoinformatics techniques. I joined Prof Colin Goding's group at the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Oxford and Prof Francesca Buffa’s group at the Department of Oncology as a postdoc Bioinformatician in October 2014 and my work here is to analyse microarray, RNA-seq, ChIP-Seq, and proteomics datasets, and the integration of different ‘multi-omics’ datasets to identify biologically important genes and pathways deregulated in cancer. I am particularly interested in understanding the phenotypic heterogeneity in melanoma using bioinformatic and genomics approaches.

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