User:Shameer Khadar

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Shameer Khadar
Senior Research Fellow
The Computational Biology Group
National Centre for Biological Science,
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bangalore - India
+91 9986009148 / shameer@ncbs.res.in / skhadar@gmail.com


I work in Prof. R. Sowdhamini's Lab at National Centre for Biological Science, Bangalore, India. I am working in the field of Bioinformatics, my interest are in analysis and extraction of biological meaning from exponentialy growing experimental data. I am also working at Dr. B. Gopal's Laboratory, Molecular Biophysics Unit, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. I will be writing about my research interests in this OpenWetWare pages.

Education

  • 2005 - till date , Senior Research Fellow in Prof. R. Sowdhamini's Lab, National Centre for Biological Sciences, TIFR, Bangalore - India
  • 2004, MSc in Bioinformatics, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala - India
  • 2002, BSc in Physics Major (with Chemistry and Mathematics), Calicut University, Kerala - India

Research interests

  1. Genome Informatics
  2. Structural Bioinformatics
  3. Open Source (Bioinformatics) Programming / Web 2.0 Technologies
  4. Machine Learning in Bioinformatics
  5. Bioinformatics Database & Servers Development

Publications

  • PURE: A web server for querying the relationship between Pre-existing domains and Unassigned Regions in proteins. CC Sekhar Reddy, K Shameer, O

Bernard and R Sowdhamini (2007) [Nature Protocols DOI : 10.1038/nprot.2007.486]

  • HARMONY: a server for the assessment of protein structures. G. Pugalenthi., K Shameer., N. Srinivasan., and R. Sowdhamini. (2006) Nucleic

Acids Research 34: 143-146

  • IWS: Integrated Web Server for protein sequence and structure analysis. K Shameer & R Sowdhamini (2007) Bioinformation2(3): 86-90
  • Hypothetical Protein-Protein Interaction Pathway of FANC core complex based on motif Analysis. K. Shameer et. al ;( 2005) Bioinformatics Trends, 4, 112-119
  • Gene^Scape – Web based Multiple gene-mapping tool for Mus Musculus. K Shameer et. al; (2005) Bioinformatics Trends, 3, 4, 140-142.
  • Protein * Quest – A web based cross-reference protein information resource. Shameer K et. al; (2004) Bioinformatics Trends, 2, 3, 47 - 52.
  • More to come soon...

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