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Sreenath Chandran Sreenath Chandran [Send a message]
Member since: April 28, 2006
I am Sreenath Chandran, a Post Graduate Researcher in Bioinformatics Group and Reproduction & Developmental Biology Group, at the National Centre for Biomedical Engineering Science, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland. My research revolves around, using AI techniques to understand the mechanism of gene expression regulation in mammalian system. I am also interested in applying mathematical programming, pattern finding and statistics to understand biological complexities.
Curriculum vitae

Current address:

National Centre for Biomedical Engineering Science, National University of Ireland Galway
University Road
Co. Galway



MSc in Biotechnology
St. George college of Management and Science, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
2000 - 2002
Bsc in Biochemistry
PSG college of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
1996 - 1999


Research Scientist Institute of Bioinformatics, Whilefield, Bangalore, Karnataka, India 2002 - 2005


Basic Python and Perl

Working knowledge in Unix and Windows environment



Bioinformatics Society of India (INBIOS)



Developmental Biology


Cancer Biology


Gandhi, T.K.B., Chandran, S., Peri, S., Saravana, R., Amanchy, R., Prasad, T.S.K and Pandey, A. A bioinformatics analysis of protein tyrosine phosphatases in humans. DNA Research. 12, 79-89

Muthusamy, B Plasma Proteome Database as a resource for proteomics research. Proteomics. 5, 3531-3536.

Harsha, H.C. A manually curated functional annotation of the human X chromosome. Nature Genetics. 37, 331-332.

Peri, S. Human Protein Reference Database as a Discovery Resource for Proteomics. Nucleic Acids Research. 32, 497-501.

Peri, S. Development of Human Protein Reference Database as an initial platform for approaching systems biology in humans. Genome Research. 13, 2363-2371.



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