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Data Sciences and Cognitive Computing, Technical Lead
Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA
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Professional Associations:  American Chemical Society  |  American Physical Society (APS)  |  Biophysical Society  |  New York Academy of Science

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  •  “Quantifying disordered systems using a combination of experiments and simulations” Intrinsically Disordered Proteins: Forms, Functions and Diseases, IISER Mohali, India – December 2017.
  • “Accurate diagnostics using a simulation-experiment combined approach.” Nanoscience and Technology Division Colloquium, Argonne National Laboratory - May 2017.
  • “Relationship between static and dynamic brain functional connectivity in autism spectrum disorders.” 2017 Keystone Symposia Conference, X2: Connectomics, Keystone, CO – March 2017.
  • “Characterization of Alzheimer's Protective and Causative Amyloid-beta Variants Using a Combination of Simulations and Experiments.” APS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA – March 2017.
  • “Application of graph theory to brain images.” Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT, Boston, MA – January 2017.
  • “Molecular Understanding of Disordered Peptides and Biosensors.” Centre for Advanced Functional Materials, IISER Kolkata, India – December 2016.
  • “Characterization of Alzheimer's Protective and Causative Amyloid-beta Variants Using a Combination of Simulations and Experiments.” Telluride Workshop on Protein and Peptide Interactions, Telluride, CO – June 2016.
  • “Characterization of Alzheimer's Protective and Causative Amyloid-beta Variants Using a Combination of Simulations and Experiments.” Sailing The Protein Seas, Brown University, Providence, RI – April 2016.
  • “Protective and Causative Variants of Aβ1-42 for Alzheimer's Disease Move Focus from Upstream to Downstream Effects.” GRC Biopolymers, Newport, RI - June 2014.
  • “Molecular Origins of Protection and Causation in Alzheimer’s disease.” Molecular Origin of Neurodegenerative Disease, Vancouver - July 2014.
  • “Modeling protein stability at multi-resolution.” Department of Biochemistry, U Rochester- June 2013.
  • “Simulating Unfolding and Aggregation of Proteins.” Department of Bioengineering, UMD - April 2012.
  • “Direct characterization of hydrophobic hydration during cold and pressure denaturation.” ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA - August 2012.
  • Large-scale Molecular Simulations of Influenza and Cataract, Texas Protein Folders Meeting, Camp Allen, TX, March 2011.
  • Large-scale Molecular Simulations of Influenza and Cataract, Deprtment of Chemistry, SUNY Albany, Albany, NY, March 2011.
  • Multi-scale modeling of nature's nano-machines, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, March 2010
  • Folding and aggregation of human gamma D crystallin: A protein involved in cataract formation, ACS Fall National Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, August 2008
  • Free Energy Simulations Reveal a Double Mutant Avian H5N1 Virus Hemagglutinin with Altered Receptor Binding Specificity, ACS Fall National Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, August 2008
  • Understanding protein landscapes at multi-resolution, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, January 2007
  • Understanding protein landscapes at multi-resolution, Department of Bioengineering, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, January 2007
  • Understanding protein landscapes at multi-resolution, Material and Process Simulation Center, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, January 2007
  • Understanding protein landscapes at multi-resolution, Department of Molecular Biology, Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, CA, January 2007
  • Understanding protein landscapes at multi-resolution, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, December 2006
  • Understanding protein landscapes at multi-resolution, Dow Chemical Company, Freeport, TX, August 2006
  • Understanding protein landscapes at multi-resolution, Shell Technology Center, Houston, TX, May 2006
  • Low dimensional free energy landscape of protein folding reaction by nonlinear dimensionality reduction, 14th Texas Protein Folding Meeting, Camp Allen, TX, April 2006
  • Optimal reaction coordinates for protein folding reaction A non-linear dimensionality reduction approach Culminating Workshop at Lake Arrowhead in Bridging Time and Length Scales in Materials Science and Bio-Physics program organized by IPAM, UCLA, CA, December 2005
  • Balancing energy and entropy in protein folding free energy landscapes, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India, December 2003
  • Understanding the folding mechanism of proteins: from theory to experiments, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Madras, India, December 2003