Abhi Singharoy received a Bachelor's Degree from Saint Xavier's College, University of Calcutta in 2005. He completed his Master's degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in 2007 before moving to Indiana University Bloomington for a PhD in Chemistry under the auspices of Prof. Peter J. Ortoleva. The underlying theme of his research is to delineate ways in which laws of physics and chemistry operate across a diverse range of scales in space and time to yield biologically relevant structure and function. Specifically, his work focuses on the develoment of multiscale methods that extend all-atom simulations of macromolecular systems to biologically relevant timescales. This technique is applied to the computer-aided design of vaccines against the Human Papilloma Virus. In 2013, he joined the TCB group as a Beckman postdoctoral fellow. His immediate endeavor involves developing a Molecular Dynamics Flexible Fitting software that interprets poorly resolved structures from X-ray crystallography experiments.
Abhi Singharoy


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