Welcome to the Integrative Structural Biology Lab!
We are an interdisciplinary computational structural biology group in NCBS-TIFR, Bangalore.
Broadly, we seek to understand how proteins are organized in cells. We do this by characterizing structures of proteins in multiple scales, ranging from binary complexes to macromolecular assemblies and nanoscale architectures. These structures are key to understanding the mechanistic details of cellular processes in normal and disease states. They provide answers to questions such as: how do these molecular machines function? How did they evolve? How are they assembled and regulated in the cell? What do they tell us about basic architectural design principles in biology?
We’re working on characterizing specific assemblies in close collaborations with (experimental) cell and structural biologists.
Our other focus is in developing rigorous methods and software for computational modeling of protein organization. We’re inspired by algorithms from computational statistics, statistical physics, machine learning and optimization, computer vision, and graph theory. We aim to produce algorithms and software that we and others can use.
Interested in collaborating with us or joining us? Please get in touch. Also check out the Opportunities page.
We are at Lab 15, ELC 1st floor in NCBS.
Address: National Center for Biological Sciences (NCBS),
Tata Institute for Fundamental Research (TIFR),
GKVK, Bellary Road, Bangalore, India 560065
Email: shruthiv AT THE RATE OF ncbs DOT res DOT in