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Academic Year Title Name of Students

Faculty Guide & Remark

M.Tech Bioinformatics Project, KLE, Belgaum

2015-16 Identification of Lead Compounds against Viral Proteins of Ebola Virus by Molecular Docking and Dynamics Approach Chetan Kurlageri Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
M.Tech Bioinformatics Project, KLE, Belgaum 2015-16 Identification of lead compounds for narcolepsy disorder using molecular docking studies and molecular dynamics simulations Veena P Badiger

Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Manuscript  Submited

B.E Project – MSRIT, Bangalore

2015-16 In silico analysis of functional SNPs -of the NKX2-1 gene for the identification of Lung Cancer Atchutuni Arpitha,
Anjana C
Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Secured Best Poster award at MSRIT college
B.E Project – GMIT, Davangere 2015-16 Insilico Design and Elucidation of Gallic acid Derivatives and Employing Antimicrobial Attributes Sindhu S Patil,
Vidya Bharathi H

Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]

B.E Project – GMIT, Davangere

2015-16 Identification of deleterious mutational sites in drug resistance strain of klebesilla pneumoniae using ngs approach Monika kumari,
Nayana,
Ranjana
Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
B.E Project – Sapthagiri College of Engineering, Bangalore 2015-16 Analysis of damaging non-synonymous single nucleotide polymorphisms and their effect on PAX6 gene using computational approach Honey Sharma,
Nethu rawel

Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Manuscript  Submited

B.E Project – MSRIT, Bangalore

2015-16 Prediction of deleterious single nucleotide polymorphisms and their effect on sequence and structure of human CCND1 gene Bharath Yoganarasimha

Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
Paper Published

B.E Project – GMIT, Davangere

2014-15 Microarray Data Analysis Using R Programming Nirusha P
Sabreen Taj
Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]

B.E Project – GMIT, Davangere

2014-15 Comparative genomic, proteomic and phylogenetic analysis of different tuberculosis strains Srivindya.G
Pooja K
Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Paper Published

M.Tech Bioinformatics Project, KLE, Belgaum

2014-15 Identification of Deleterious SNPs and Their Effects on Structural Level in CHRNA3 Gene Shrikant Rathod Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Paper Published

M.Tech Bioinformatics Project – GMIT, Davangere

2012-13 Genome Re-sequencing and Comparison of Streptococcus Dysgalactiae, Streptococcus Mitis and Streptococcus Pneumonia TIGR4 Sunil B N Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]

M.Tech Bioinformatics Project – GMIT, Davangere

2012-13 Pharmacophore elucidation and docking studies on anti-inflammatory compounds of medicinal plants for ulcerative colitis Hamsa, N. S Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Paper Published

M.Tech Bioinformatics Project – GMIT, Davangere

2012-13 In-silico docking studies for the comparative analysis of natural and synthetic compounds against leptospirainterrogans Nair Vandana P Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Paper Published

M.Tech Bioinformatics Project – GMIT, Davangere

2012-13 Denovo assembly of Parabacteroides merdae using short sequence reads Ranjani Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Paper Published

M.Tech Bioinformatics Project – GMIT, Davangere

2012-13 In Silico Novel Synthetic Drug Design and Pharmcophore Analysis for Campylobacteriosis Kavyashree U Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]
Paper Published

M.Sc Bioinformatics Project – CMS College of Science and Commerce, Coimbatore

2012-13 Molecular docking studies of 2-pyrrolinones as inhibitors of hiv-1 integrase M.Kanagaraj Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]

M.Sc Bioinformatics Project – CMS College of Science and Commerce, Coimbatore

2012-13 De novo Assembly of vibrio splendidus Transcriptome Using Short Reads for Gene Discovery and Genome Variation identification Ken Eric Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]

M.Sc Bioinformatics Project – CMS College of Science and Commerce, Coimbatore

2012-13 Genome re- sequencing and comparative analysis of bacillus anthracis sterne, bacillus cereus ah_621 and bacillus thuringiensis Arun Raj Mr. Vivek Chandramohan
[Co – Guide]