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Kshitish Acharya's Biography

Kshitish Acharya, Faculty Scientist, Institute of Bioinformatics & Applied Biotechnology

Prof. Kshitish Acharya is currently a faculty at IBAB ( He is also the founder director of Shodhaka Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd. ( and the Biological Data Analyzer's Association (BdataA), and has been an adjunct professor or visiting faculty at JNCASR (Bengaluru), IIIT (Bengaluru), CHG (Bengaluru), Pharma Biotech Dept at MCOPS (Manipal), University of Sydney (Australia). He has been using a combination of molecular biology and bioinformatics approaches in his research, and has lead multiple data analysis projects in genomics, exomics, microarray- or NGS-based (coding and non-coding) transcriptomics, ChIP, and metagenomics. He is currently trying to establish tissue-specific molecular portraits via integrated data analysis, with a long term goal of discovering more reliable disease-biomarkers. His 28 years of research experience includes molecular biology and computational research-approaches, and exposure academia in other countries such as USA (~4 years), Australia, Kuwait, and S. Korea. Apart from regular-course-teaching at IBAB & other institutes, and conducting more than 50 short courses and workshops, he also conceptualized and convened a unique (14 months') laboratory biotechniques program at IBAB, through 8 successful batches.

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A New Perspective in Precision Oncology: Making a Case for Integrated Approaches

Thursday, 29 November 2018 at 15:55

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In this talk, the speaker intends to present some of his data and perspective on the need for an integrated approach for a more promising precision oncology where a combinatorial analysis should be performed on the mutations (classical approach: individually), haplotypes and a holistic network analysis stemming from meta analysis of transcriptomic data.

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