M.Sc., Bioinformatics extends for a period of two years under Semester Pattern (Four semesters). The Program has been designed in a way to make the students understand the basics and fundamental concepts in bioinformatics and its application in biological issues. Pharmaceutical and medical bioinformatics is a new discipline in the area of the genomics revolution. It is central to biomedicine with application in areas like pharmacy, medicine, biology and medicinal chemistry.
A Bachelor Degree (B.Sc./B.Tech) with biology as a major subject recognized by UGC or an equivalent accrediting Board.
Postgraduates with M.Sc., Bioinformatics have excellent research opportunities after completion of the PG degree either in the same or other Life sciences streams. Well trained Bioinformaticians are highly required in drug designing, computational biology, pharmaceutical industries, NGS (next generation sequencing), etc.
Indian Students : INR 44,800.00 per year
NRI Students : USD 3620 per year
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Qualification: B.Sc, M.Sc, Master of Philosophy (M.Phil), Ph.D
No of Publication: 147
I would like to work for and guide the younger students in the same field to develop a band of future researchers. My passion is teaching and research. Contribute to the best of my ability to fulfill the goals of the Academy!!!
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Dr. Chandan. S., working as Assistant Professor for the Department of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Faculty of Life Sciences, JSS Academy of Higher Education & Research. He has been working for the past Seven and half years, he has cleared the UGC-SLET examination in Life Sciences. His research interest is Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Bioinformatics, and Virology. He obtained Doctor of Philosophy in Biotechnology, wherein he worked on the diagnosis of Leptospirosis. In brief about the achievements, he worked in ICAR - National Institute of Veterinary Epidemiology and Disease Informatics as a postgraduate research assistant under All India Network Project (AINP) for two and half years and worked as a UGC-Project Fellow and ICMR-Senior Research Fellow for three years in the year 2010 to 2013. During the doctoral studies, he worked in the Molecular diagnostics of Leptospira and its management. He was exposed to various molecular techniques. The thesis objectives have been published in reputed journals. Recently, received the Young Scientist award in the scheme of the Young Scientist Scheme (YSS) from DST-SERB and as well, best poster awards at national conferences and seminars. As Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics has the area of research Interest, he would like to work for and guide the younger students in the same field to develop a band of future researchers.