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Open Data, Standards and Tools for Translational Genomics

OpenPGx is a global collaborative endeavour to create an Open Access resource and toolkit for personal genome data analysis . We hope this would enable the application of advances in science and technology to clinical settings with the overall aim and impact of improving patient health care. (more about OpenPGx).

Clinical Genomics / Precision Medicine Initiatives India and South-East Asia
Mycobacterium tuberculosis genomes
(in collaboration with Dr. Sridhar Sivasubbu, IGIB)
Pan Asian Population Genomics Initiative (PAPGI)

Forthcoming talks

  • These are a tentative list of forthcoming invited talks. The talk title, content and attendance are likely to change.
  • Genomics for Personalised & Precision Medicine CME and Workshop on the concept and application of genomics in clinical medicine Genomic technologies have been progressing at break-neck speed in the recent years, with newer applications being ...
    Posted May 6, 2015, 11:58 PM by Vinod Scaria
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Information for Potential Interns and Summer Students

I have only limited opportunities for Interns/Summer students, usually 2 at a time. As an Institute policy the duration should be more than 3 months, and I would prefer someone for 6 months or more. Please note that all prospective Interns and Summer Students need to write a short proposal ( a paragraph would do) on an innovative idea they think could be performed during their internship. This need not be on something I generally work on. To make sure you are a legitimate applicant and not a spammer, please add "[Internship]" in your subject. I generally would not need unsolicited recommendations.

Attractive oppurtunity to participate in Collaborative Cheminformatics Research and work closely with a number of researchers across the country as part of the Open Source Drug Discovery Initiative
Could also register online at crowdomics portal
Recent Publications 

Sivadas A, Salleh MZ, Teh LK, Scaria V
Genetic epidemiology of pharmacogenetic variants in South East Asian Malays using whole genome sequences
The Pharmacogenomics Journal (2016) Accepted

Vij S, Kuhl H, Kuznetsova IS, Komissarov A, Yurchenko AA, Van Heusden P, Singh S, Thevasagayam NM, Prakki SR, Purushothaman K, Saju JM,Jiang J, Mbandi SK, Jonas M, Hin Yan Tong A, Mwangi S, Lau D, Ngoh SY, Liew WC, Shen X, Hon LS, Drake JP, Boitano M, Hall R, Chin CS,Lachumanan R, Korlach J, Trifonov V, Kabilov M, Tupikin A, Green D, Moxon S, Garvin T, Sedlazeck FJ, Vurture GW, Gopalapillai G,Kumar Katneni V, Noble TH, Scaria V, Sivasubbu S, Jerry DR, O'Brien SJ, Schatz MC, Dalmay T, Turner SW, Lok S, Christoffels A,Orbán L
Chromosomal-Level Assembly of the Asian Seabass Genome Using Long Sequence Reads and Multi-layered Scaffolding.
PLoS Genet. 2016 Apr 15;12(4):e1005954

Ghosh S, Sengupta S, Scaria V
Hydroxymethyl cytosine marks in the human mitochondrial genome are dynamic in nature 
Mitochondrion (2016) Accepted


Singh AR, Sivadas A, Sabharwal A, Vellarikal SK, Jayarajan R, Verma A, Kapoor S, Joshi A, Scaria V*, Sivasubbu S*
Chamber Specific Gene Expression Landscape Of The Zebrafish Heart.
PLoS ONE (2016) Accepted

Bhartiya D, Scaria V*
Genomic variations in non-coding RNAs: Structure, Function and Regulation
Genomics (2016) Accepted

Ghosh S, Singh KK, Sengupta S, Scaria V*
Mitoepigenetics: the different shades of grey
Mitochondrion (2015) Accepted

Jalali S, Kohli S, Latka C, Bhatia S, Vellarikal SK, Sivasubbu S*, Scaria V*, Ramachandran R*
Screening currency notes for microbial pathogens and antibiotic resistance genes using a shotgun metagenomic approach
PLoS ONE (2015) Accepted

(*as communicating/co-communicating author)(^as member of consortium)