I am an Assistant Professor in TIFR Center for Interdisciplinary Sciences (TCIS), Hyderabad,India. My Research involves utilizing the novel techniques of computer simulation to provide key insights into diverse topics of biological interest. We use a multi-scale approach in developing the models of diverse resolution to address questions of biological and chemical processes. The methods of choice involve Molecular Dynamics simulation, Monte Carlo simulation and Brownian Dynamics simulations. We routinely employ various enhanced sampling methods and novel free-energy methods to access the relevant length scale and time scale associated with the biological and chemical problems of interest.

I am open to any scientific collaborations from theory or experimental research groups and from industry as well.