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RASA offers various course modules in Life Sciences

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RASA Publications

1.

“In silico Drug Discovery for Novel Inhibitors of DNA Gyrase A as a Potent Drug Candidate for Treatment of Tuberculosis”

 Author :Shama N. Mujawar, Vaibhav V. Kandale, Preeti j. Welasly

 

2.

“Sequence Analysis and Homology Modeling of SHANK3 Protein Involved in Autism”

Under Process

 Author :Shama N. Mujawar, Vaibhav V. Kandale, Preeti j. Welasly

 

3.

“Homology Modeling and Binding site Identification of DXR of plasmodium falciparum: New Drug target for plasmodium falciparum”

 Author :Shama N. Mujawar, Vaibhav V. Kandale, Preeti j. Welasly

 

4.

“Study of Interaction between Wild type and Mutant HIV-1 protease and Cyclic Urea Inhibitor Using In Silico Techniques.”

 Author : Saba Sheikh*, Tanvee Pardeshi, Shama Mujawar, Krishna Deshmukh, Nidhi Sood,

 

5.

“A Novel, selective inhibitor of Hepatitis C Virus targeted against the viral RNA-dependent RNA-Polymerase”

 Author :Krishna Balaji Deshmukh*, Shama Mujawar, Tanvee Pardeshi, Sameer Chaudhary, Preety Sharma, Inigo benze Thobias, Saba Sheikh, Nidhi Sood.

 

6.

“Identification of Novel Inhibitors for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus by Targeting IFN-α and FCγR2A: A Structure Based pharmacophore Approach”

 Author :Inigo Benze Thobias*, Shama Mujawar, Tanvee Pardeshi, Sameer Chaudhary, Menka Batra, Swetha Pavani Rao, Krishna Balaji Deshmukh, Sameer Raje

 

7.

“In-Silico Discovery of Novel inhibitors against PrP protein (E196K, V203I AND E211Q): CREUTZFELDT JAKOB DISEASE”

 Author :Swetha Pavani Rao*, Shama Mujawar, Sameer Chaudhary, Inigo Benze Thobias

 

8.

“Insilico drug designing and Lead Compound validation against YycG histidine kinase”

 Author :Shama Mujawar*, Priyanka Parhi, Sameer Chaudhary

 

9.

“A Novel in Silico study of Small Cell Lung Cancer based on protein structure and function: A New approach to mimic Biological System”

 Author :Nidhi Sood, Sameer Chaudhary, Tanvee Pardeshi, Shama Mujawar, Krishna Balaji Deshmukh, Saba Afrin Sheikh, and Preety Sharma

 

10.

“Comparative Study of Homology Based StructurePrediction and Structure Validation Tools on Some Proteins from the bhlh family”

 Author :Tanvee Ajit Pardeshi, Akhil Jobby, Sameer Chaudhary

 

11.

“Designing Novel Inhibitors for Tuberculosis (Tb) by Targeting InhA and KasA Using Ligand Based Drug Design”

Author :P. Sharma*, S. Chaudhary, T. Pardeshi, N. Sood, S. Sheikh, K. Deshmukh

 

12.

“Novel Drug Designing against deadly Ebola Virus.”

Under Process
Author :Menka Batra*, Shama Mujawar, Tanvee Pardeshi, Sameer Chaudhary, Swetha Pavani Rao, Krishna Balaji Deshmukh, Sameer Raje and Inigo Benze Thobias

 

13.

“Insilico Identification of Molecular Targets For AJonee [Garlic Componants] And Their Binding Mode Analysis”

International Journal of Pharmacy & Biological Sciences

Author :Savita Deshmukh, Shivakumar B Madagi, Sameer Choudhar

 

14.

“Development of Integrated Database of Neurodegenerative Diseases (IDND)”

Review of Research 

Author :Shameer Pillarisetti*, Sivanageswararao Mekala, Venkatarao Vulli, Sameer Chaudhary, Narasimharao Bhogireddy, John Dogulas Palleti

 15.

“RNA Polymerase Inhibitors Against Protease NS3 Helicase (Dengue Virus) As Well As Derived Novel Scaffold And Validated Binding Affinity Followed By Molecular Properties”

 Internatonal Journal On Assay

Author :Shameer Pillarisetti*, Sivanageswararao Mekala, Venkatarao Vulli, Sameer Chaudhary, Narasimharao Bhogireddy, John Dogulas Palleti

16.

“Researching novel variants involved in Alzheimer’s disease via next generation sequencing variant analysis on RNA sequence data files.”

International Journal of BioAssay

Author :Bhagwat R., Joshi B. J., Chaudhary S., Pardeshi T. A.*, Mujawar S. N., Talware S. S., Chakraborty S. S., Kandale V. V.

17.

“GroEL gene sequence analysis of E.coli (XL1 Blue) and S.epidermidis isolate by using Bioinformatic tools”

 Review Of Research Journal

Author :DIXIT OJAS, RAUT AMOL , CHOUDHARY SAMEER AND KARIA JYOTI

18.

” Relative gene expression study using Real-Time Quantitative PCR for GroEL gene of Escherichia coli (XL1 Blue) and Staphylococcus epidermidis isolate”

 Review Of Research Journal

Author :DIXIT OJAS, RAUT AMOL , CHOUDHARY SAMEER AND KARIA JYOTI

19.

” Terminalia arjuna: Alternative Treatment for Cardiovascular Diseases”

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research

Author :Isha Zafar,R.K. Sharma, Shama Mujawar,Sameer Choudhary

20.

” Insilico Drug Prediction and Validation of Lead candidates on Plasmodium falciparum Erythrocyte Membrane Protein 1(pfEMP1) against Malaria”

International Journal For Computational Biology

Author :Shama Mujawar1*, Akhil Jobby, Sameer Choudhary, Tanvee Pardeshi, Apurva Patange

21.

“Sequencia: The Primary Sequence Analysis Offline Tool”

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research

Author :Pratyoosh TripathI,K.Ganesan,Vaibhav Khandale, Sapana Mehendale .

22.

“Comparative Study of Homology Based StructurePrediction and Structure Validation Tools on Some Proteins from the bhlh family”

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceuticals and Biological Sciences

Author :Tanvee Ajit Pardeshi, Akhil Jobby, Sameer Chaudhary .

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To make you an expert in various aspects of life science informatics by teaching and enhancing your skills in Life Science Informatics area.

To make you earn more money by enabling you to work full time, part time or as freelancer in your area of interest with additional informatics skills this training will impart.

This skill development Life Science course covers 9 modules

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  • Prepares them for a professional career
  • Gives them professional level skills in Bioinformatics
  • It can help students to gain their self-confidence and discover their own ability
  • A chance to learn bioinformatics skills which may not be a part of university curriculum

Working Professionals

  • Upgrade the bioinformatics skill set based on the requirement of the job
  • This will aid in better growth in job and career
  • Keep updated with the current trends in the bioinformatics industry
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  • Learn additional bioinformatics skills needed for the research work they are currently doing
  • Understand the current trends in the bioinformatics
  • Apply the bioinformatics skills gained in the research they will conduct
  • Improve their research skills
  • Understand the functioning of Life science industry
  • Develop a multidisciplinary approach to life science

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Bioinformatics Market to Surge with an Impressive CAGR of 20.4% by 2020

Globally, rising R&D expenditures and rising number of research activities has increased the demand for bioinformatics in the market. As a result, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 20.4% from 2014 – 2020…. Read more

Global Bioinformatics Market Expected to Grow to $95.5B by 2025

The Global Bioinformatics market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 25.45% over the forecast period of 2016–2025, with market revenue expected to rise from $12.465 billion in 2016 to $95.365 billion by 2025, according to the research firm, ReportBuyer

The fact that bioinformatics has emerged as a key tool for drug discovery processes due to its high throughput screening, aided by recent advancements in proteomics and genomics, is largely responsible for driving the global market. In addition, the various initiatives undertaken by government coupled with developments in the IT sector are helping propel the market growthRead more

Bioinformatics to Help Understand Intrinsically Disordered Proteins

Proteins are the building blocks of life and biological agents. They are drivers of growth and development and the spread of viruses and bacteria, and have key roles in disease pathways and virtually all cellular functions. As scientists gain knowledge about proteins, the mechanisms behind biological mysteries are revealed… Read more

An Explosion Of Bioinformatics Careers

Big data is everywhere, and its influence and practical omnipresence across multiple industries will just continue to grow. For life scientists with expertise and an interest in bioinformatics, computer science, statistics, and related skill sets, the job outlook couldn’t be rosier. Big pharma, biotech, and software companies are clamoring to hire professionals with experience in bioinformatics and the identification, compilation, analysis, and visualization of huge amounts of biological and health care information. With the rapid development of new tools to make sense of life science research and outcomes, spurred by innovative research in bioinformatics itself, scientists who are entranced by data can pursue more career options than ever before. By Alaina G. LevineRead more

To make you an expert in various aspects of life science informatics by teaching and enhancing your skills in Life Science Informatics area.


To make you earn more money by enabling you to work full time, part time or as freelancer in your area of interest with additional informatics skills this training will impart.

Objective of Training Program

Outcome Of Training Program

After successful completion of the training program, you not only become capable of independently handle complicated research questions by applying your life science informatics knowledge but you can plan, conceptualize and execute your own research ideas in or related to life science informatics

To state it simply, you will become expert in the life science informatics domain.

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AT RASA we do not have trainers but industry leaders and experts who share their rich experience and knowledge with you.

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Practical and hands-on training  delivery from advanced curriculum designed according to research industry need.Challenging Assignments to help learn better.

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Industry recognized Training certificate to boost your career.Chance for a research/Review paper publication in peer reviewed journals.

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Will I be receiving a certificate/diploma after completion of the training?

RASA will issue an Industry recognized training certificate for the module you have undergone the training. This certificate will be your passport to newer and better opportunities in the life science informatics domain.

What If I happen to miss one or more classes?

In case if you miss one or more classes, you will be provided with backup classes.  You can take the backup classes without having to pay anything extra.

What is the fee for training program at RASA?

RASA offers different course modules with varying duration. The fees of the training depend upon the module selected and the duration of the training.

What kind of salary would I be offered in life science domain?

An average salary for a person working in life science and life science informatics starts from INR 2.8-3.5 lakhs per year

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