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Dr. Vidya Niranjan, Professor & HOD

Dr. Vidya Niranjan, Professor & HOD  
Educational Qualification MSc, PhD
Experience Teaching 20 Years
Industrial 10 Years
Research 30 Years
Area of Interest

NGS Data Analysis, Structural Bioinformatics and Drug Discovery

Date of joining RVCE 19-09-2013
Email ID vidya.n@rvce.edu.in

Project Guided:

Number of UG projects guided : 50

Number of PG projects guided : 50

Number of Ph.D guiding : 10

Number of Post DOC mentoring: 01

Publications:

National Journal :10

National Conference : 04

International Journal: 53

International Conference: 10

National Journal:

  1. V Niranjan, A Malini. Antimicrobial resistance pattern in Escherichia coli causing urinary tract infection among inpatients. The Indian journal of medical research. 2014, 139 (6), 945.

  2. M.S. Vijayabaskar, Vidya Niranjan and Saraswathi Vishveshwara. GraProStr—graphs of protein structures: a tool for constructing the graphs and generating graph parameters for protein structures. The Open Bioinformatics Journal.2011.(5)53‐58.

  3. V Niranjan, R Mahmood, Kamaljeet Kaur Arpit Saxena, MM Ravikumar, A Bhaskar, M Thiyagarajan, S Samundeeswari, MZ Shaikh, SF Kodad, BC Jinaga, Nagaratna P Hegde, IV Muralikrishna, KV Chalapatirao, Shivani Gupta, KS Patnaik, KS Pandya, SK Joshi, P Manoj, NS Banerjee, P Ravichandran. Studies On Human X-Chromosomal Disorder. Journal of Theoretical & Applied Information Technology.2008, 4(5), 2008/5/1.

  4. Niranjan.V, R.Mahmood, M.Balamurugan, Nitesh Kumar Roy, Subho Ghosh. Analysis of plasma proteins encoded by the X chromosome. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology.2008 pp 31‐55.

  5. V. Niranjan, R. Mahmood, Arpit Saxena and A. KalaiVani. UTR Mutation Analysis. Journal of Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics.2008.1(1) pp. 55‐63.

  6. Niranjan.V, Mahmood.R, B.A.Rahiman, Jayaram Reddy, Stanley A, Novel Algorithm For Predicting Pseudo Genes In Human Xq22.1 Chromosomal Region, Biovistas 2006 Feb; Vol-1.
  7. Niranjan.V, Mahmood.R, B.A.Rahiman, Jayaram Reddy,K.Palaniappan Sivakumar.D, A Study Of Apg4a And Its Role In Autophagy Using Bioinformatics Approach, Biovistas 2006 Feb; Vol-1.
  8. Vidya. N, Mahmood. R,Shivakumar. D and Alex. S (2006) Prediction of 3D-structure of Autophagin 2. (Structure registered) Protein Databank, ID 5o. 2FUY.
  9. Niranjan, V.; Rajesh, R.; Pandian, J.S.; Prathap, K. Structure of thioredoxin peroxidase 1 protein of filarial parasites. -. PDB ID - 2A5N.
  10. Vidya, N, Rajesh, R.; Prathap, K. Insilico 3d modeling of gamma-hemolysin of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria.- PDB ID – 2ERN.

National Conference:

  1. Karishma Kapoor and Vidya Niranjan “Integrated transcriptomic and proteomic analysis to study cells” “Genomics In Health And Diseases” (GHD, 2014), at Central Research Institute of Unani Medicine (CRIUM), A. G. Colony road, Erragadda, Hyderabad, India on August 22nd and 23rd, 2014. 
  2. Priyanka Premnath, K B Ramesh ,Vidya Niranjan, Mallikarjunaswamy, Puttaiah “Biomarkers for Prognosis and Early Diagnosis of Rheumatic Arthritis.
  3. Rheumatic arthritis Disease” National Conference n research challenges in power control communication and instrumentation leading to sustainable technologies (NCPCCI-2015).
  4. Varna Prasad and Vidya Niranjan, MatQC- Matlab tool for qualitycontrol of NGS data. 7th National Symposium cum Workshop on"Recent Trends in Structural Bioinformatics and Computer Aided Drug Design" 24th –27th February, 2015 SBCADD’2015.

International Journal:

  1. Garima Pal, Rahul Bakade, Sanjay Deshpande, V. Sureshkumar, Swathi S. Patil, Akashata Dawane,Subham Agarwal, Vidya Niranjan, M. K. Prasanna Kumar and Ramu S. Vemanna (2022), Transcriptomic responses under combined bacterial blight and drought stress in rice reveal potential genes to improve multi-stress tolerance. BMC Plant Biology, 22:349 View article
  2. Vanitha, P., Vijayaraghavareddy, P., Uttarkar, A., Dawane, A., Sujitha, D., Ashwin, V., Babitha, K., Niranjan, V., Sheshshayee, M., Anuradha, C., Makarla, U. and Vemanna, R.S. (2022), Novel small molecules targeting bZIP23 TF improve stomatal conductance and photosynthesis under mild drought stress by regulating ABA. FebsJ, April 2022. View article
  3. Vidya Niranjan, Anagha Shamsundar Setlur, Chandrashekar Karunakaran, Akshay Uttarkar, Kalavathi Murugan Kumar & Sinosh Skariyachan (2022), Scope of repurposed drugs against the potential targets of the latest variants of SARS-CoV-2. Structural Chemistry, August 2022. View article
  4. Akshay Uttarkar, Alice Preethi Kishore, Sudhanva M. Srinivas, Shobith Rangappa, Raviraj Kusanur ,Vidya Niranjan "Coumarin derivative as a potent drug candidate against triple negative breast cancer targeting the frizzled receptor of wingless-related integration site signaling pathway", Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 2022 View article
  5. Vanitha Adhinarayanreddy, Preethi Vijayraghavareddy, Ashwin Vargheese, Sujitha Dadi, Akshay Uttarkar, Vidya Niranjan, Anuradha C V, Sheshshayee M. Sreeman, Ramu Vemanna "Simple and Rapid Oxidative Stress Screening Method of Small Molecules for Functional Studies of Transcription Factor", Rice Science,2022,,Vol 29(5): 402-406 View article
  6. Padmavathi, P., Chandrashekar, K., Setlur, A. S., & Niranjan, V. (2022). MutaXome: A Novel Database for Identified Somatic Variations of In silico Analyzed Cancer Exome Datasets. Cancer Informatics. View article
  7. Shaban Ahmad, Piyush Bhanu, Jitendra Kumar, Ravi Kant Pathak, Dharmendra Mallick, Akshay Uttarkar, Vidya Niranjan & Vachaspati Mishra "Molecular dynamics simulation and docking analysis of NF-κB protein binding with sulindac acid", Bioinformation 18(3): 170-179 (2022) View article
  8. Lavanya C, Aajnaa Upadhyaya, Arpita guha neogi, Vidya Niranjan "Identification Of Novel Regulatory Pathways Across Normal Human Bronchial Epithelial Cell Line (Nhbe) And Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell Line (Pbmc) In Covid-19 Patients Using Transcriptome Analysis", Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, 2022, 100979, View article
  9. Haritha Rajaram, N. Harshitha, Shweta A. Ram, Swarna M. Patra, Vidya Niranjan, K.A. Vishnumurthy, "Targeting non-structural proteins and 3CLpro in SARS-CoV-2 virus using phytochemicals from medicinal plants - In-silico approach, 2022, Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, Vol 99 (6), 100488. View article
  10. Vidya Niranjan and Akshay Uttarkar, (2022), "Triple-Negative Breast Cancer and Recent Advancements in Treatment". J Oncol Res Treat 7(2):182. View article
  11. Vidya Niranjan, Akshay Uttarkar and Jitendra Kumar (2022), "Recent Advancement in Drug Delivery for Treatment of Leukemia". J Leuk. 10:298. View article
  12. Priyaranjini Rao, Ashwini S, Ghazala Masood, Raviraj Kusanur, Vidya Niranjan, and Swarna M. Patra, (2022), Bioinformatics Study of Pioglitazone Analogues as Potential Anti-Diabetic Drugs. Russian Journal of Bioorganic Chemistry, ISSN 1068-1620 - Accepted
  13. Uttarkar A and Niranjan V. Brefeldin A variant via combinatorial screening acts as an effective antagonist inducing structural modification in EPAC2. (2022) Molecular Simulation, DOI:10.1080/08927022.2022.2110271
  14. Vidya Niranjan, Amulya Rao, B Janaki, Akshay Uttarkar, Anagha S Setlur, Chandrashekar K & Udayakumar M “Molecular Docking and Interaction Studies of Identified Abscisic Acid Receptors in Oryza sativa: An In-Silico Perspective on Comprehending Stress Tolerance Mechanisms”, Current Genomics View article
  15. Padmavathi P, Anagha S Setlur, Chandrashekar K, Vidya Niranjan “A comprehensive in-silico computational analysis of twenty cancer exome datasets and identification of associated somatic variants reveals potential molecular markers for detection of varied cancer types”, Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, Volume 26, 2021, 100762, View article
  16. Akshatha Prasanna and Vidya Niranjan “MutVis: Automated framework for analysis and visualization of mutational signatures in pathogenic bacterial strains”, Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 2021, 104805, View article
  17. Sinosh Skariyachan, Dharshini Gopal, Dhrithi Deshpande, Anusha Joshi, Akshay Uttarkar, Vidya Niranjan, “Carbon fullerene and nanotube are probable binders to multiple targets of SARS-CoV-2: Insights from computational modeling and molecular dynamic simulation studies”, Infection, Genetics and Evolution,2021, 105155, View article
  18. Vidya Niranjan, Akshay Uttarkar, Sujitha Dadi, Akashata Dawane, Ashwin Vargheese, Jalendra Kumar H. G., Udayakumar Makarla, and Vemanna S. Ramu “Stress-Induced Detoxification Enzymes in Rice Have Broad Substrate Affinity”, ACS Omega, 2021, View article
  19. Sinosh Skariyachan, Dharshini Gopal, Aditi G. Muddebihalkar, Akshay Uttarkar, Vidya Niranjan, "Structural insights on the interaction potential of natural leads against major protein targets of SARS-CoV-2: Molecular modelling, docking and dynamic simulation studies”, Computers in Biology and Medicine, 2021, 104325, View article
  20. Ishu Khangwal, Sinosh Skariyachan, Akshay Uttarkar, Aditi G. Muddebihalkar, Vidya Niranjan and Pratyoosh Shukla, "Understanding the Xylooligosaccharides Utilization Mechanism of Lactobacillus brevis and Bifidobacterium adolescentis: Proteins Involved and Their Conformational Stabilities for Effectual Binding”, Molecular Biotechnology, 2021, View article
  21. Harini Subramaniam, P Dhruthi, Devashish, V Suchithra and Vidya Niranjan, "MutaCheck: A novel pipeline to check for single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) and associated diseases in mitochondrial DNA", Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, 2021, Vol 25, 100671, View article
  22. Dayanand Patagar, Akshay Uttarkar, Swarna M. Patra, Jagadish H. Patil, Raviraj Kusanur, Vidya Niranjan, and H. G. Ashok Kumar “Spiro Benzodiazepine Substituted Fluorocoumarins as Potent Anti-Anxiety Agents” Russian Journal of Bioorganic Chemistry, 2021, View article
  23. Akshay Uttarkar, Vidya Niranjan, Shivam Pandit and Srividya Subash, "Study of SARS-nCOV2 Indian isolates gaining insights into mutation frequencies, protein stability and prospective effect on its pathogenicity", Coronaviruses, 2021, Volume 2(10), View article
  24. Rajeev R, Marathe SD, Niranjan V, Sharma B, Sarojini S. In silico Analysis of Stigmasterol from Saraca asoca as a Potential Therapeutic Drug Against Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Biologically Active Products from Nature. 2021;11(5-6):516-29. View article
  25. Sinosh Skariyachan, Dharshini Gopal, Shweta Chakrabarti, Priya Kempanna, Akshay Uttarkar, Aditi G. Muddebihalkar, Vidya Niranjan, “Structural and molecular basis of the interaction mechanism of selected drugs towards multiple targets of SARS-CoV-2 by molecular docking and dynamic simulation studies-Deciphering the scope of repurposed drugs”, Computers in Biology and Medicine, 2020, 104054, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compbiomed.2020.104054.
  26. Pooja Ramesh, Vidhyavathy Nagarajan, Vartika Khanchandani, Vasanth Kumar Desai, Vidya Niranjan "Proteomic variations of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma revealed by combining RNA-seq proteogenomics and G-PTM search strategy",Heliyon, Volume 6, Issue 8,2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e04813.
  27. Akshatha Prasanna and Vidya Niranjan, "Clin-mNGS: Automated Pipeline for Pathogen Detection from Clinical Metagenomic Data" CurrentBioinformatics, 2020, doi:10.2174/15748936159992006081300294.
  28. Skariyachan S, Ravishankar R, Gopal D, Muddebihalkar AG, Uttarkar A, Praveen PKU, et al. Response regulator GacA and transcriptional activator RhlR proteins involved in biofilm formation of Pseudomonas aeruginosa are prospective targets for natural lead molecules: Computational modelling, molecular docking and dynamic simulation studies. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 2020;85:104448. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.meegid.2020.104448
  29. Sinosh Skariyachan, Ishu Khangwal, Vidya Niranjan, Naveen Kango and Pratyoosh Shukla,“ Deciphering effectual binding potential of xylo-substrates towards xylose isomerase and xylokinase through molecular docking andmolecular dynamic simulation”, Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 2020, accepted, https://doi.org/10.1080/07391102.2020.17728826.
  30. Skariyachan, S., Muddebihalkar, A. G., Badrinath, V., Umashankar, B., Eram, D., Uttarkar, A., & Niranjan, V. “Natural epiestriol-16 act as potential lead molecule againstprospective molecular targets of multidrug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii-Insight from in silico modelling and in vitro investigations. Infection”, Genetics and Evolution, 82, 104314,. 2020, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.meegid.2020.104314
  31. Sinosh Skariyachan, Darshani Gopal, Sanjana Pratab Kadam, Aditi G Muddebihalkar, Akshay Uttarkar and Vidya Niranjan, “Carbon fullerene act as a potential lead molecule against prospective molecular targets to biofilm producing multidrug resistant Acinetobacter baumanni and Psuedomonas aeruginosa: Computational modelling and MD simulation”, Journal of biomolecular structure and dynamics, 2020, accepted. https://doi.org/10.1080/07391102.2020.1726821
  32. Dharshani Gopal, Aditi G Muddebhihalkar, Sinosh Skarriyachan, Akshay Uttarkar C, Prinith Kaveramma, Ulluvangada Praveen, Roshini Ravishankar, Tejaswini V and Vidya Niranjan, “ Mitogen activated protein kinase-1 and cell division control protein-42 are putative targets for the binding of novel natural lead molecules: a therapeutic intervention against Candida albicans”, Journal of biomolecular structure and dynamics, 2019, accepted. DOI: 10.1080/07391102.2019.1682053
  33. Pooja Ramesh and Vidya Niranjan, “An integrative proteogenomics approach study to identify peptides and protein coding genes in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma”, Current topics in peptide and protein research, Vol 20, 2019
  34. Shuba Varshini Alampalli, Akshay C Uttarkar, Suchithra Ventakesh, Sivarajan T Chettinar, Rishi Kumar Nageshan, Vidya Niranjan, Utpal S Tatu. Genome Resequencing Revels Single Nucleotide Polymorphism and Repeat Regions in Giardia lamblia Indian Isolate. Journal of Next Generation Sequencing & Applications. 2017, 4:3.
  35. Lavanya D K , Vidya Niranjan. Modelling of an Airlift Bioreactor using CFD and PBE for Production of PHB from Molasses. International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing. 2017, 7:5.
  36. Sunil S, K B Ramesh, Vidya Niranjan. Detection of Rheumatic Arthritis Disease Based on Genomic Analysis by Applying Wavelet transform. Journal of Signal Processing. 2017, 3 (2, 3).
  37. Chetan Kumar M, Ramesh K B, VidyaNiranjan (2016). Module for Genomic Analysis of Rheumatic Arthritis using High throughput Sequencing Technology. International Journal of Science Technology & Engineering, Volume 3 Issue 3 P.19-22.
  38. Vidya Niranjan and Lavanya. D Modelling of an Airlift Bioreactor using CFD and PBE for Production of PHB from Molasses IJESC Volume 7 Issue No.5
  39. Sunil S, Ramesh KB and Vidya Niranjan Detection of Rheumatic Arthritis Disease based on Genomic Analysis applying wavelet transform. Journal of Signal Processing, Volume 3 Issue 2
  40. PriyankaPadia, KajalKumari, ShikhaKumari and VidyaNiranjan. Screening of unique binding site specific ligand for carbonic anhydrase ix International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Vol. 6(11): 1000-07 (2015)
  41. PriyankaPremnath ,K.B.Ramesh, VidyaNiranjan ,B.P.Mallikarjunaswamy, E.T.Puttaiah. Novel Biomarkers for Diagnosis of Rheumatic Arthritis. International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing,  Vol. 4, Issue. 6, June 2015, pg.121 – 125.
  42. PriyankaPremnath ,K.B.Ramesh, VidyaNiranjan, P.Mallikarjunaswamy , E.T.Puttaiah. Design and Development of programming framework utilizing Biomarkers for Characterization of Rheumatic Arthritis Disease. International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 7, 2015.
  43. N Vidya, Ramakrishnan G. S, Kamath M. M. Increasing Microbial Biofuel Production by In-silico Comparative Genomic Studies .International Journal of Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics 2014. 4(5):386-390.
  44. Seenivasagam, Hemavathi,Sivakumar,NiranjanVidya. Discovering novel carriers for Oral insulin tablets: a pharmacoinformatics approach .International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications 2013;9(2):184-206
  45. PavuluriPandurangaRao,Y. Narasinma Reddy, VidyaNiranjan and Nagendra R Hegde. Deep sequencing as a method of typing bluetongue virus isolates. Journal of Virological methods, 2013;193(2):314-9
  46. Ramasamy S. Annadurai, RamprasadNeethiraj,VasanthanJayakumar, Anand C. Damodaran, SudhaNarayanaRao, Mohan A. V. S. K. Katta, SreejaGopinathan, Santosh Prasad Sarma, VanithaSenthilkumar, VidyaNiranjan, Ashok Gopinath, Raja C. Mugasimangalam. De Novo Transcriptome Assembly (NGS) of Curcuma longa L. Rhizome Reveals Novel Transcripts Related to Anticancer and Antimalarial Terpenoids.BMC Genomics; 2013, 8(2):e56217
  47. VidyaNiranjan, RiazAhmed,R. Seenivasagam,G. Sivakumar. Prediction of disease causing gene in Xq22.1 region of human X chromosome. International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications.. 2011;7 (2):130‐45.
  48. VidyaNiranjan, R. Seenivasagam. A systematic bioinformatics approach for selection of target and screening of ligand for malignant tumours suppressing APG4A gene on Xq22.1. International Journal of Computational Biology and Drug Design. 2010.3(4): 271‐286.
  49. BabylakshmiMuthusamy, G Hanumanthu, Shubha Suresh, B Rekha, D Srinivas, L Karthick, BM Vrushabendra, Salil Sharma, Goparani Mishra, PritamChatterjee, KS Mangala, HN Shivashankar, KN Chandrika, NandanDeshpande, M Suresh, N Kannabiran, VidyaNiranjan, AnuradhaNalli, TS Prasad, KS Arun, Raghunath Reddy, SreenathChandran, TrafinaJadhav, D Julie, M Mahesh, S Lynate John, KshitishPalvankar, D Sudhir, P Bala, NS Rashmi, G Vishnupriya, KaushikDhar, S Reshma, RaghothamaChaerkady, TKB Gandhi, HC Harsha, S Sujatha Mohan, Krishna S Deshpande, MalabikaSarker, AkhileshPandey. Plasma Proteome Database as a resource for proteomics research. Proteomics 2005, 5 (13), 3531-3536.
  50. Harsha HC, Suresh S, Amanchy R, Deshpande N, Shanker K, Yatish AJ, Muthusamy B, Vrushabendra BM, RashmiBP,Chandrika KN, Padma N, Sharma S, Badano JL, Ramya MA, Shivashankar HN, Peri S, Choudhury DR, Kavitha MP, SaravanaR, Niranjan V, Gandhi TK, Ghosh N, Chandran S, Menezes M, Joy M, Mohan SS, Katsanis N, Deshpande KS, RaghothamaC,Prasad CK, Pandey A. A manually curated functional annotation of the human X chromosome. Nature Genetics. 2005;37(4):331-2
  51. Peri S, Navarro JD, Kristiansen TZ, Amanchy R, Surendranath V, Muthusamy B, Gandhi TK, Chandrika KN, Deshpande N, Suresh S, Rashmi BP, Shanker K, Padma N, Niranjan V, Harsha HC, Talreja N, Vrushabendra BM, Ramya MA, Yatish AJ, Joy M, Shivashankar HN, Kavitha MP, Menezes M, Choudhury DR, Ghosh N, Saravana R, Chandran S, Mohan S, Jonnalagadda CK, Prasad CK, Kumar-Sinha C, Deshpande KS, Pandey A. Human protein reference database as a discovery resource for proteomics. Nucleic Acids Research. 2004 ;32(Database issue):D497- 501
  52. Navarro JD, Niranjan V, Peri S, Jonnalagadda CK, Pandey A. From biological databases to platforms for biomedical discovery. Trends Biotechnol. 2003, 21(6):263-8.
  53. Peri S, Navarro JD, Amanchy R, Kristiansen TZ, Jonnalagadda CK, SurendranathV, Niranjan V, Muthusamy B, Gandhi TK,Gronborg M, Ibarrola N, Deshpande N, Shanker K, Shivashankar HN, Rashmi BP, Ramya MA, Zhao Z, Chandrika KN, Padma N,Harsha HC, Yatish AJ, Kavitha MP, Menezes M, Choudhury DR, Suresh S, Ghosh N, Saravana R, Chandran S, Krishna S, Joy M,Anand SK, Madavan V, Joseph A, Wong GW, Schiemann WP, Constantinescu SN, Huang L, Khosravi-Far R, Steen H, TewariM,Ghaffari S, BlobeGC, Dang CV, Garcia JG, Pevsner J, Jensen ON, Roepstorff P, Deshpande KS, Chinnaiyan AM, HamoshA,Chakravarti A, Pandey A. Development of human protein reference database as an initial platform for approaching systems biology in humans. Genome Research. 2003;13(10):2363-71.

International Conference:

  1. AkhileshPandey, Salil Sharma, Shubha Suresh, RaghothamaChaerkady and VidyaNiranjan Plasma Proteome Database HUPO 3rd Annual World Congress, October 25–27, Beijing, China.
  2. Shashi Kumar, Naveen Kumar N, Manuj K. S and VidyaNiranjan, Portable Bioinformatics Tools Using Beagle BoneProc. of the Intl. Conf. on Advances In Bio-Informatics,Bio-Technology And Environmental Engineering-ABBE 2014.ISBN: 978-1-63248-009-5 doi: 10.15224/ 978-1-63248-009-5-97.
  3. VidyaNiranjan, Archana V Pawar, Manasa D A, Reshma Mane, Sukanya V K, BEADS The Indian Specific Mutation DatabaseProc. of the Intl. Conf. on Advances In Bio-Informatics,Bio-Technology And Environmental Engineering-ABBE 2014.ISBN: 978-1-63248-009-5 doi: 10.15224/ 978-1-63248-009-5-97.
  4. Vidya N , ChetanaShetty, Deepa Mohan, MayuriRane, Padmavathi P, Sandhya S, Open Source Drug Discovery For Chikungunya Proc. of the Intl. Conf. on Advances In Bio-Informatics,Bio-Technology And Environmental Engineering-ABBE 2014.ISBN: 978-1-63248-009.
  5. Ramakrishnan G. S, Kamath M. M, and Niranjan V. Increasing Microbial Biofuel Production by In-silico Comparative Genomic Studies.IJBBB 2014 Vol.4(5): 386-390 ISSN: 2010-3638 DOI: 10.7763/IJBBB.2014.V4.375.
  6. Padmavathi.P,VidyaNiranjan,Amogh,SinduraGopinath, MalavikaG,Nanditha SNP analysis of cancer exomes.GLOBAL CANCER SUMMIT,International Collaborative Conference-2015.
  7. Pooja Ramesh and VidyaNiranjan. Identification of peptides and proteins responsible for esophageal cancer using proteogenomic approach in 2nd International Conference on Structural and Functional Genomics 2016, SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu.
  8. SuchithraVenkatesh, Siddharth Kothari, NilanjanDutta and VidyaNiranjan. Functional clustering of human gut microbes using metagenomics data in 2nd International Conference on Structural and Functional Genomics 2016, SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu.
  9. AkshathaPrasanna, Sanjay Deshpande and VidyaNiranjan. NGS based analysis of Streptococcus pyogenes whole genome data to determine SNPs causing pathogenicity over evolution in 2nd International Conference on Structural and Functional Genomics 2016, SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. 
  10. Lakshmi T V, K.B Ramesh, Vidya Niranjan, Monica N, Aishwarya J Shetty, Aishwarya Rao. Design of a state-machine based genomic simulator and development of a genomic analysis algorithm and prediction system to predict the occurrence of Rheumatic Arthritis (RA) disease. C-CUBE 2017: IEEE International Conference on Circuits, Controls and Communication. 2017, ISBN: 978-1-5386-0615-5.

FDP/Workshops/ Seminars/ Symposium attended:

  1. Honorary Rosalind Member at London Journals Press (Membership ID: VB02859).
  2. External expert member in Technical Advisory Research Group (TARG) at Bangalore Bioinnovation Center .
  3. Guest faculty at Manipal institute of Regenerative studies (MAHE) on Biostatistics and Bioinformatics.
  4. ATAL-FDP on “Cancer genomics in Healthcare system” from 15th to 21st Nov, 2021.
  5. ATAL-FDP on “Leadership & Excellence Life Skill Management” from 21th to 26th Feb, 2021.
  6. Member of Board of studies at Department of Biotechnology at Dayanand Sagar College of Engineering.
  7. Member of Board of studies at Department of Biotechnology at NMKRV.
  8. Invited as a member of Technical Program Committee at International Conference on Biomedical Informatics and Health Informatics (BIHI2021).

Interaction with outside world:

Industry connect with

  • Reckitt benckiser (USA) Health LLC
  • Reckitt benckiser India Pvt Ltd
  • Reckitt benckiser Health (UK)
  1. Research project approved from ICMR on COVID-19 for Rs 7,20,341/-
  2. Funding support from Bangalore Bioinnovation centre of Rs 7.50 lakhs to conduct a conference titled” Healthcare using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
  3. Consultancy with Symmetric Systems with a fees of Rs 28,000/-
  4. Part of a delegation from GOK to attend BIO USA 2022 sponsored from Bangalore Bioinnovation for ~ 4.0 lakhs
  5. MOU with Intergene Biosciences Pvt Ltd on 28th August 2021 for Research, Training and Internship.
  6. MOU with Xome Lifesciences on 31st August 2021 for Research, Training, IP and publications.
  7. Co-editor for the journal 'Frontiers in Big Data' with the topic focusing on ' Decoding Genome Sequencing Using AI and ML'.
  8. Short term Fellowship at Wellcome Trust SANGER INSTITUTE, UK. (Click Here)...
  9. Conference on Public Health & Epidemic Diseases 2018, Dallas, USA. (Click Here)...
  10. Collaboration with Prabha Hegde working in 3M Pvt Ltd for paper publication and research work.
  11. MOU- with Satva Healthcare System Pvt Ltd, Bangalore.
  12. Interaction related to research work on prebiotics with Dr A K Samantha working in National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology Bangalore.

Funded Projects and Collaborations:

In-House Projects:

Books/ Book Chapters Published:

  1. Human genome analysis and its impact on medical biotechnology “Medical Biotechnology” By Ankur Publication.
  2. NoSQL: Database for storage and retrieval of data in cloud By Taylor and Francis.

Patents:

US20110040545, WO2009098717A

Consultancy:

Kaptronics Private Limited for Bacterial testing and analysis

Dextrose Technologies Pvt Ltd for HPLC analysis and industry certified internship.

Consultancy Projects:

  1. enEclat- Principal Consultant- 6. 5 lakhs

  2. Central Research Laboratory- NHS project ”Whole genome sequencing of drug resistant isolates” – Bioinformtaics Consultant-Free lancer

  3. OpCenter Consultants LLP - Lead of Industrial Liaison and also as Chief Skill Development Officer.

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