proteomics & analytical biology

Detailed understanding of molecular biology in present day vastly relies on Bioinformatics which includes genomics and proteomics, has contributed to advances in biology by providing tools that handle datasets too large or complex for manual analysis. Examples of some of these tools include assembling of the DNA sequence of entire genomes, gene finding algorithms, microarray expression analysis, molecular system modelling and biomarker discovery from mass spectrum. With extensive facilities of genomics and proteomics, the department of Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics envision the primary goals to understand biological processes at the molecular level. We want to dwell into deep learning, machine learning and also big data analysis & data visualization to study different facets starting from epidemiology to clinical pathology via artificial intelligence (AI).