I’m a Bioinformatics Post-doctoral scholar with Dr. Colin Collins at the University of British Columbia (UBC). I’m stationed at the Laboratory for Advanced Genome Analysis (LAGA), Vancouver Prostate Center.
I did my PhD in Bioinformatics from UBC under the under the supervision of Dr. Colin Collins and Dr. Cenk Sahinalp. I’m working in conjunction with Lab for Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics at Indiana University.
My research focuses on development of computational algorithms and its applications on big biological data to enable precision oncology using systems medicine approach. [My Curriculum Vitae] [My Biography]
PhD in Bioinformatics, 2018
University of British Columbia, Canada
BTech in Biotechnology, 2009
Kathmandu University, Nepal
My primary research goals are directed towards understanding the complex nature of cancer by computationally modelling cancer omics data. My research is primarily focused on development and application of computational methods integrating cancer omics data so as to enable precision oncology. The methods I develop leverage complex network approaches which helps to bring these multi-dimensional data into a single-analysis framework.