Arjun Ray

Assistant Professor (CB)

Dr. Arjun Ray is a computational structural biologist and earned his Ph.D. degree from CSIR-IGIB. His formal education in the field of chemistry and biophysics led him to be interested in understanding how biological processes are carried out by three-dimensional interactions. His previous researches include developing methods and tools in the field of structure prediction and force distributed analysis of lipids, deciphering mechanistic understanding of interactions between various biological molecules and working with multi-scale systems. As a structural biologist, he has been regularly working with techniques for structure prediction, molecular dynamics simulations and biomolecular docking. Along with his research endeavours, he has held several positions such former President of Regional Student Group (India) for the International Society for Computational Biology.


Phone: 011-26907438
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Office: A-310 (R&D Block)

Research Interests: 
Deciphering the mechanism of CRISPR-Cas9, Elucidating molecular interactions in the reverse cholesterol pathway, structural genomic problems
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