I joined the NDORMS department in May 2017. My research focuses broadly on epigenetics, inflammation and cancer. I use system biology and computational approach to understand, identify, characterize novel epigenetic mechanism and investigate their roles in driving inflammation, controlling the micro-environment and cancer niche
Previously, I was working as a postdoc researcher in the National Institute of Health, USA. My research interest had been focused on the study of genetic recombination mechanism in Human and Mouse.
TA-periodic ("601"-like) centromeric nucleosomes of A. thaliana.
Nibhani R. and Trifonov EN., (2016), J biomol struct dyn, 34, 448 - 451
Review fifteen years of search for strong nucleosomes.
Trifonov EN. and Nibhani R., (2015), Biopolymers, 103, 432 - 437
Reading sequence-directed computational nucleosome maps.
Nibhani R. and Trifonov EN., (2015), J biomol struct dyn, 33, 1558 - 1566
Application of a K-Ladder Connectivity Algorithm for Clustering of Protein Evolutionary Network
Nibhani R. et al, (2014), International journal of modeling and optimization, 4, 367 - 374