Center for Computational Biology

Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology, New Delhi

Prof. Jalote, director of IIITD signs MOU with Prf. Ghokhale, director of CSIR-IGIB.

Human logo for IIITD . . . . . .

Center of excellence . . . . . .

Around the campus . . . . . .

How multi-domain transription factors bind DNA . . . . . .

Understanding protein-peptide interactions - crucial for drug designing . . . . . .

Night view of the campus . . . . . .

Apoptotic death signalling network . . . . . .

Dynamics of stress-initiated molecular events . . . . . .

IIITD encourages self learning . . . . . ..

Way to class rooms . . . . . .

Traces of the search path of Sap-1 on 100 bp circular DNA twisted to various extents around the double helix. . . .

Dynamics of receptor-lipid rafts during B cell activation. . . . . .

Regulatory network of cortisol in the HPA axis . . . . . .

Snapshots that correspond to the two very different peaks shown for 100 bp circular DNA. . . . . .

  Welcome To CCB@IIITD

Biology is increasingly data-driven – current technological advances allow massive amounts of genomics and other biological data to be generated at a rapid pace and inexpensively. Progress in data-driven life sciences is impossible without developing appropriate computational and statistical tools for data analysis – in fact, the development of such tools have become a bottleneck for progress.

Realizing the full potential of genomic revolution requires ongoing research efforts by interdisciplinary teams which can bring together understanding of molecular biology, genomics, algorithms, programming, statistical computation, machine learning, stochastic processes, and other mathematical techniques that underlie biological design principles. CCB at IIIT-Delhi brings together expertise in these fields to answer questions in biology and medicine using computational and modeling techniques.

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Mission

The Mission of the CCB@IIITD is to conduct outstanding research at the interface of biological sciences and computer science to bridge the gap between diverse biological streams, starting from biological netweorks to molecular biology, to computational fields including algorithm development, high performance computing etc. Through these activities:

  • The CCB promotes advanced computation and informatics approaches to increase our understanding of normal and disease-associated biological processes, drug development, and therapeutic responses.
  • The CCB stimulates and facilitates the collaboration among medical science biologists, clinical investigators and health care researchers.
  • The CCB educates the next generation of computational biologists through direct participation in research activities


Spotlight

Updates

CCB Seminar Series

Title: Diversity Of Biomolecular Interactions.

Speaker: Dr. Lipi Thukral, IGIB

Date, venue & time: 31/03/2017, 5th Flr,Boardroom; 03:00-04:00PM

List of past talks

Congratulations Prof. G.P.S. Raghava
Dr. Gajendra Raghava (Faculty, IIIT-D) published a research paper titled "Gene expression-based biomarkers for discriminating early and late stage of clear cell renal cancer" in Scientific Reports.
Congratulations Dr. Vinod, Ms. Parul Sharma
Paper titled “Landscape of warfarin and clopidogrel pharmacogenetic variants in Qatari population from whole exome datasets” Authored by Dr. Vinod Scaria, Ms. Parul Sharma (M.Tech CB student) and Ms. Ambily Sivadas is accepted in Journal of Pharmacogenomics.
IIITD signs MOU with CSIR-IGIB
IIITD has now academic collaboration with Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology (IGIB), which is a premier Institute of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), engaged in research of national importance in the areas of genomics, molecular medicine, bioinformatics, proteomics and environmental biotechnology. For details please visitEvents..