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Dr. Rakesh Pandey
Biology is the search for the Chemistry that Works. --- Prof. R. J. P. Williams
Working as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Oxford Centre for Integrative Systems Biology/ Department of Biochemistry, Oxford. My research interests lie in the area of Systems Biology, Non-linear Dynamics
and Stochastic Processes. More specifically, I am interested in mathematical modeling (deterministic/stochastic) of signal transduction and transcriptional gene regulatory networks.
Born in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, India
PhD (2012) in Theoretical Biological Physics at Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg, Germnay
M. Tech. (2008) in Compuatational and Systems Biology at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
M.Sc. (2005) in Physics at V.B.S. Purvanchal University, Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
Dr. Rakesh Pandey
Oxford Centre of Integrative Systems Biology
New Department of Biochemistry
South Parks Road, Oxford OX13QU, GB
Ph No:+441865 613 315
1. EMBO Long Term Fellowship 2012
2. Max Planck Society Fellowship during PhD
3. From Department of Biotechnology, Government of India during M. Tech.
An extended model for the repression of photosynthesis genes by the AppA/PpsR system in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
R. Pandey , D. Flockerzi, M. J. B Hauser and R. Straube (2012), FEBS J. 279, 3449-3461.
2. Modeling the Light- and Redox-Dependent Interaction of PpsR/AppA in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
R. Pandey, D. Flockerzi, M. J. B Hauser and R. Straube (2011), Biophys. J. 100(10), 2347-2355.
1. Synchronization of coupled repressilators via quorum sensing .
V. Singh, A . Mer, R . Pandey , A . Nandi, and R . Ramaswamy; Synergy, Eds. P Lakshmi and V. Srivastava (Allied Publishers, Hyderabad, 2009) pp 117-125
5. Modeling the Light-Dependent Repression of Photosynthesis Genes by the AppA/PpsR System in Rhodobacter sphaeroides.
R. Pandey, D. Flockerzi, Markus J. B. Hauser and R. Straube; 76th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, 25 - 30 of March 2012 Berlin, Germany.
4. Modeling the Light and Redox Dependent Interaction of PpsR/AppA in Rhodobacter sphaeroides.
R. Pandey, D. Flockerzi, Markus J. B. Hauser and R. Straube; 12th International Conference on Systems Biology, Mannheim/Heidelberg
28 August -1 September 2011.
3• A Switch Like Response of Photosynthetic Bacteria to Changing Redox and Light Conditions.
R . Pandey, D . Flockerzi, Markus J . B . Hauser and R . Straube
75th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, March 13 – March 18,
2011 Dresden, Germany .
2• Ultra-sensitivity in a Gene Regulatory Network of Purple Non-Sulfur Bacteria.
R. Pandey and R. Straube; German Symposium on Systems Biology 2009, May 12- May 15, 2009 Heidelberg, Germany.
1• Synchronization of coupled repressilators via quorum sensing.
V. Singh, A. S. Mer, R. Pandey, A. Nandi & R. Ramaswamy; Symposium "Integrating physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology to understand living systems (IPCMB) 2008 at Bose Institute, Kolkata, India.