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Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry
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A Umamaheswari

A Umamaheswari A Umamaheswari
Associate Professor and Coordinator of BIF
SVIMS Bioinformatics Centre
SVIMS University
India
Biography

Dr Amineni Umamaheswari has received her PhD from Sri Krishnadevaraya University, India in the year, 1998. Currently, she is working as Associate Professor in Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences University, Tirupati, India. She is heading the Department of Bioinformatics and acting as the Coordinator of Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility sponsored by Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology Govt. of India, New Delhi. She is serving as an Advisory editorial committee member of Journal of Bioscience and medicine and reviewer of reputed journals like Chemical Biology and Drug Design, Indian Journal of Biotechnology, African Journal of Biotechnology etc. She has authored 20 research articles and 42 abstracts. She was honoured with certificate of appreciation in Centenary International womens’ Day celebrations, 2011 organized on 8/03/2011 at SVIMS University, Tirupati and was awarded with Merit Certificate of Appreciation on the occasion of Republic Day, 2010 by the Director, SVIMS.

Research Interest

Her research focus is on implementing computer aided drug designing and reverse vaccinology approaches to identify potential drug molecules and vaccine candidates, respectively, against various bacterial pathogens. She has been using Molecular modelling, high throughput virtual screening, fragment based screening, QSAR analysis, pharmacophore modelling to propose potential inhibitors against several drug targets. Comparative and pan-genome reverse vaccinology method was implemented successfully to propose common epitope driven vaccines against several bacterial pathogens.

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