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Postdoctoral Researcher

*Muhammad Ayaz Anwar, PhD


Email : ayaz@ajou.ac.kr


I am interested in how NF-κB is activated and regulated under TRIF (a TLR3 and TLR4 adapter) with the help of Receptor interacting Protein Kinases (RIPs) via in silico approaches.

Phd Students


*Suresh Panneerselvam


Email : suresh@ajou.ac.kr


My research interest is to investigate the structural aspects of ATF3 and its interacting partners using molecular modeling approaches..


*Han-Gyul Kim (김한결)


Email : ssfire@ajou.ac.kr


To investigate the cell dysfunction studies of hypoxia inducible factor-1 alpha (HIF1a).


*Dhanusha Yesudhas


Email : dhanusha@ajou.ac.kr


I am interested to study the structure, function and relationship of stem cells factors involve in reprogramming process.


*Hyeon-Jun Shin (신현준)


Email : shinex1212@ajou.ac.kr


My research interest focuses on investigating the renal dysfunctions associated with the topoisomerase II target drugs such as doxorubicin and etoposide in human epithelial kidney cells using several molecular biology tools.


*Masaud Shah


Email : masaud@ajou.ac.kr


I am investigating the immune subversion mechanism of viruses and identifying new antiviral drugs/biologics through in silico techniques.




*Asma Achek

Email : asma.achek@gmail.com


I am interested in studying TLR signaling pathway's implication in the occurrence of inflammatory and auto-immune diseases.



*Maria Batool

Email : mariabatool.28@gmail.com


My research interests are computer-aided drug designing and advance molecular dynamic studies. Currently I am working on a project related to respiratory syndrome caused by MERS-CoV, and our aim is to find some potential drug compounds against MERS virus through computational techniques.


*Mahesh Patra

Email : ml2mahesh@gmail.com


I am interested in studying structure and dynamics of biological systems using molecular modeling and simulation methods. I have been applying computer simulations to gain insights into many molecular phenomena, particularly protein structure-function relationships, ligand recognition by receptors, and protein folding.



*Jahima Pappy

Email : jahimapappy03@gmail.com


My research interest is to study about the role of TLR activation in the pathophysiology of infection and inflammation.



* Nasir Javaid

Email : nasirjavaid@ajou.ac.kr


To elucidate role of various lectins on TLR signalling.



* Muhammad Haseeb

Email : haseeb@ajou.ac.kr


I am interested in the area of cancer Systems Biology and Bioinformatics. Mathematical Modeling and Crosstalk of biological Pathways, including Wnt signaling pathway, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and p53.


Master Students

*Gui Xiangai


Email : guixiangai@gmail.com


TLR signaling



*Trang, Nguyen Thi Huyen


Email : trangnguyen90@ajou.ac.kr


My current research interest is identifying compounds that inhibit TLR signaling pathway as well as their applications, particularly interactions of TLR2 signaling inhibitors and inflammatory diseases.


*Pham Le Hoai Thuong


Email : plhthuong@gmail.com


I'm interested in the signaling pathway of TLRs, the roles of TLRs in human innate immune systems and their related autoimmune diseases.


Undergraduate Students

*Eun-Young Cho (조은영)


E:mail: whdmsdud8@naver.com


*Gi-Young Kim


E:mail: Gi-Young Kim


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