Deepak Sharma - Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering,Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Deepak Sharma
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Areas of Interest
  • Computational Biology, Translational Bioinformatics, Medicoinformatics, Machine Learning, Systems Biology, Pathways/Networks, Motifs, Flaviviruses, Mycobacteria, Metagenomics
Professional Background
2020-08-04OngoingAssistant ProfessorIndian Institute of Technology Roorkee
2020-08-04OngoingResearch Scientist CTranslational Health Science & Technology Institute
2020-08-04OngoingVisiting FacultyUniversity of Maryland
2020-08-04OngoingINSA Young ScientistNational Institute of Immunology
2020-08-04OngoingDBT-Postdoctoral FellowNational Institute of Immunology
Multiple Posts
2015-01-01OngoingInchargeSupercomputing Facility
2016-01-01OngoingInchargeDepartmental Alumni Data
2016-01-01OngoingDepartmental RepresentativeERP
2017-01-01OngoingMemberICC Advisory Committee
2017-01-01OngoingMemberDepartmental Safety Committee
2019-01-01OngoingMemberDepartment Faculty Search Committee
2017-01-012 years MemberInstitute Ranking Analytics Committee
2016-01-013 years CoordinatorExaminations
2016-01-013 years MemberDPC
2016-01-011 year MemberDRC
Honors and Awards
Editorial Board Member, Comb Chem High Thr ScreenBentham Science Publishers2018
Future Global LeaderJapan Science and Technology Agency2017
Haryana Yuva Vigyan Ratna Award 2013-14Department of Science and Technology, Haryana2017
Editorial Board Member, Proceedings of the INSAIndian National Science Academy2015
Founding member of INYASIndian National Science Academy2015
INSA Medal for Young ScientistIndian National Science Academy2008
DBT Post Doctoral FellowshipDepartment of Biotechnology, Govt. of India2006
Educational Details
Ph.D.BiotechnologyAll India Institute of Medical Sciences2006
M. BiotechnologyBiotechnologyAll India Institute of Medical Sciences2000
B.Sc.(H) Human BiologyBiochemistryAll India Institute of Medical Sciences1998
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
Computer ProgrammingBTN-103B.Tech.Autumn
Biotech Lab IBTN-208B.Tech.Spring
Computational BiologyBTN-492B.Tech.Spring
Computer ApplicationsBTN-511M.Sc.Autumn
Computational BiologyBTN-664M.Tech.Spring
Research Scholar Groups
Scholar NameInterest
Shreya SrivastavaMachine learning and telemedicine for early diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases
Kavya SinghExploiting machine learning and medicinal plants for diagnosis/treatment of diseases
Shalini KaushikAddressing pregnancy disorders and infectious diseases by employing computational strategies
Snigdha TiwariComputational approaches to tackle nephrotic and neurological disorders
Anil KoundalNetwork Dynamics
Refereed Journal Papers

Selected Publications (Google Scholar)

  • Sharma D* (2020) Viral evolution will automatically resolve COVID-19 pandemic. Comb Chem High Throughput Screen (in press).

  • Sharma D* (2020) Doctoral degree surplus and dwindling quality: A perilous blend for Young Scientists in tackling COVID-19 like pandemics. Comb Chem High Throughput Screen, 23, 564-565.

  • Sharma S and Sharma D* (2018) Intelligently applying Artificial Intelligence in Chemoinformatics. Curr Top Med Chem, 18, 1804-1826. 

  • Malik S, Sadhu S, Pandey RP, Chawla AS, Sharma D, Panda L, Rathore D, Ghosh B, Ahuja V and Awasthi A (2017) Transcription factor Foxo1 is essential for IL-9 induction in T helper cells, Nat Commun, 8, 815.

  • Sharma D*, Priyadarshini P and Vrati S (2015) Unraveling the web of viroinformatics: computational tools and databases in virus research. J Virol, 89, 1489-1501.

  • Chauhan S, Sharma D, Singh A, Surolia A and Tyagi JS (2011) Comprehensive insights into Mycobacterium tuberculosis DevR (DosR) regulon activation switch. Nucleic Acids Res, 39, 7400-7414.

  • Sharma D*, Mohanty D and Surolia A (2009) RegAnalyst: a web interface for the analysis of regulatory motifs, networks and pathways. Nucleic Acids Res, 37, W193-W201.

  • Sharma D, Issac B, Raghava GPS and Ramaswamy R (2004) Spectral Repeat Finder (SRF): identification of repetitive sequences using Fourier transformation. Bioinformatics, 20, 1405-1412.

  • Tyagi JS and Sharma D (2002) Mycobacterium smegmatis and tuberculosis. Trends Microbiol, 10, 68-69.

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