Neha S Gandhi HUPO 2019 - 18th Human Proteome Organization World Congress

Neha S Gandhi

Dr. Gandhi is trained in computational techniques such as molecular modelling and molecular dynamics areas that can be applied to characterise structure and function of biomolecules such as proteins, DNA and complex carbohydrates in particular glycosaminoglycans. Dr. Gandhi is working in computer-aided drug design and simulations since 2003 and has proven ability to coordinate projects with experimental groups. During her tenure with Zydus Research Centre, she assisted a team of 40 medicinal chemists and molecular biologists using computational tools in projects related to novel chemical entities research on obesity, antiinflammatory, anti-diabetic and anti-bacterial programs. Currently she is working on multidisciplinary projects in area of GAG-protein interactions, mechanical properties of biomolecules, folding of intrinsically disordered proteins, protein aggregation, membrane proteins and their mechanism of activation.

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