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Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility (BIF) is established in year 2006, this is an University facility for Biocomputing, wherein School of Life Sciences is a nodal School in management of the facility.

The aim of the facility is to provide Biocomputing infrastructure for researchers in various disciplines of Science and Technology for development of innovative methodologies, techniques, tools. Further, the facility augments research in the area of Systems Biology and Drug Discovery.

Facility supports the computational requirement of doctoral and PG students for carrying out thesis / project work. Further, students from various public funded institutions are selected periodically for training in the area of Drug Discovery.

The activities of the facility are coordinated by the Coordinating Committee with following members:

  • Prof.Prof. Anand K. Kondapi - School of Life Sciences - Coordinator

  • Prof. S. Bapiraju, Department of Computer and Information Sciences. - Co-coordinator

  • Dr. Lalitha Guruprasad, School of Chemistry.- Co-coordinator

  • Dr. Niyaz Ahmad, School of Life Sciences.-Co-coordinator

 

 

Prof. Anand K. Kondapi,
Coordinator, Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility ,
School of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad,

P.O Central University,
Hyderabad .500 046. Andhra Pradesh, India.
Tel : +91-40-23134571(o),
E-mail : akksl@uohyd.ernet.in, akondapi@yahoo.com , akondapi@gmail.com

 

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