Dr. N. Rathankar Rao

Teacher, Digital Marketer, Blogger and a Science Enthusiast

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RATHANKAR

Experience

2019 - Present

Oakridge International School

Working as a Physics Teacher to teach Physics for MYP, IBDP courses in Physics

2017 - 2019

Toppr.com Pvt Ltd.,

Worked as a Team Leader in Pedagogy and Assessment division

2012 - 2017

FIIT - JEE

Worked as an Associate Professor in Physics for training IIT-JEE foundation courses

2009 - 2012

SRM University, Chennai

Worked as an Assistant Professor in Bioinformatics for teaching B.Tech and M.Tech courses

2002 - 2009

Sir M. VIT, Bangalore

Worked as an Lecturer in Physics for teaching B.Tech courses

Education

2010

Ph. D [Bioinformatics ]

2005

M. Sc [ Bioinformatics]

1999

M. Sc [Physics]

Skills

Canva 46%
WordPress 61%
Bioinformatics Softwares 91%
Moodle 81%
Perl and Python 50%
Sales Funnel design 41%

Contact

my mission:

1. To help teachers to teach their subjects using IT enabled techniques.

2. To improve the financial position of teaching fraternity. 

3. To network researchers with mentors.

4. To help the student fraternity by providing free guidance and provide necessary training in academics to CARVE their future

my publications:

  1. N. Rathankar, K. A. Nirmala and H. G. Nagendra, Insilico Investigations of Disordered Regions in Hypothetical sequences from Human Proteome as Drug Targets, International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics (IJMEI), Vol. 1, No. 2, 2008, 195-209.
  2. N. Rathankar, Vaibhav Asthana, Tapan Pancholi, K. A. Nirmala and H. G. Nagendra, LCRs in Diseases, Analysis of Human Hypothetical proteins., International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics (IJMEI), 3(2), 2011, 130-143.PMID: 22389811
  3. N. Rathankar and H. G. Nagendra, Comparative modeling studies of a Hypothetical protein YHR105W from S. Cerevisae genome, Online Journal of Bioinformatics (OJB), 12(2): 207-216, 2011 
  4. N. Rathankar, Kuldeep D Raju and H. G. Nagendra, Information loss observed in ignoring Low Complexity Regions (LCRs) in cancer drug targets. (JPBMS), 7(2): 1-6, 2011
  5. N. Rathankar, Varun Khanduja, K. A. Nirmala and H. G. Nagendra, Identification of potential drug targets implicated in Parkinson’s disease from Human genome: Insights of using fused domains in hypothetical proteins as probes, ISRN Neurology, 1(1), 1-10, 2011
  6. N. Rathankar, Asha, Bharagavi, Investigations on the amino acid bias of Disordered and Low complexity region(s) containing sequences, Journal of Omics research, 2(1): 1-7, 2012
  7. Penumetcha Sirisha, Shwetha, Sukesh and N. Rathankar, sequence and functional analysis of PPE proteins from Mycobacterium Leprae , Research & Reviews: Journal of Computational Biology, 1(1), April-2012, 19 – 28.
  8. Prabhakaran, Waheeta Hopper and N. Rathankar, Comprehensive database of Chorismate synthase enzymes from shikimate pathway in Pathogenic bacteria, BMC Pharmacology and Toxicology, 1-7, 14(29), 2013.
  9. K.D.Raju, N. Rathankar, K.D.Jagadeesh, and H.G.Nagendra, Disordered regions in Cancer proteins exhibit potential drug binding properties. International Journal of Genomics and Proteomics, 76-83, 4(1), 2013.
  10. Christy, N. Rathankar, and Waheeta Hopper, Inhibition of 3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7- phosphate synthase from Mycobacterium tuberculosis: In silico screening and in vitro validation. European Journal of Medicinal chemistry, 182-193, 105 (2015)

Dr. H. G. Nagendra

Prof. and Head, Sir M. VIT, Bangalore
nagshaila@gmail.com

Dr. Waheeta Hopper

Prof., Dept. of Biotechnology, SRM University
waheetahop@gmail.com

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