Jyotika Bhati
Dr. Jyotika Bhati
Research Associate
jyotikabhati@iasri.res.in, singh.jyotika@gmail.com
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Qualification


  • Ph. D. in Bioinformatics
  • M. Phil. in Bioinformatics
  • M. Sc. in Bioinformatics

Project


  • Centre for Agricultural Bioinformatics (CABin) Scheme (since February, 2015)
  • Modeling Network of Gene Responses to Abiotic Stress in Rice
  • AgroWeb - Digital Dissemination System for Indian Agricultural Research under NAIP at Unit of Simulation and Informatics, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.

  • Comparative Genomics across Crops and its Traits and maintaining the plant genome database at NRC on Plant Biotechnology, New Delhi.


Research Interest


  • Genomics
  • Bioinformatics

Training Attended


  • Participated in the developer training of CLC Genomics Workbench organized by CLCBio, Denmark at Center for Agricultural Bioinformatics (CABin), Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, New Delhi, during August, 2013.

  • Participated a training programme on Next Generation Sequencing: Data Analysis & Annotation during 12th – 16th March, 2013 at IISR, Calicut, India.

  • Participated a training programme on Statistical Approaches for Genomic Data Analysis, during 7th – 19th January, 2013 at IASRI, New Delhi, India.

  • Participated a International Conference on Statistics and Informatics in Agricultural Research, during 18th – 20th December, 2012 at IASRI, New Delhi, India (Poster Presentation).

  • Participated a International Conference on Plant Biotechnology for Food Security: New Frontiers, during 21st – 24th February, 2012 at NASC, Pusa, New Delhi, India (Poster presentation).

  • Participated a International Conference on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, during 16th – 18th February, 2012 at Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, Tamilnadu, India (Oral presentation).

  • Participated a Bioinformatics Training Programme on Computational Genome Analysis using ANVAYA during 22nd – 24th June, 2011 at IASRI, New Delhi.

  • Participated a Workshop on Data Mining and Computational Methods in Bioinformatics for Microbial Research, during 4th – 15th March, 2011 at NBAIM, Mau, UP, India.

  • Participated a Sensitization Training on Bioinformatics Resources and Tools for Agricultural Research, during 24th – 29th January, 2011 at IASRI, New Delhi, India.


Important Publications


  • Jyotika Bhati, Pavan Kumar Chaduvula, Sanjeev Kumar*, Soma S. Marla and Anil Rai (2-16); In-silico prediction and functional analysis of salt stress responsive genes in Rice (Oryza sativa), J Rice Res 4: 164. doi:10.4172/2375-4338.1000164

  • Jyotika Bhati, Pavan K. Chaduvula, Sanjeev Kumar and Anil Rai (2013). Phylogenetic Analysis and Secondary Structure Prediction for Drought Tolerant Cap Binding Proteins in Plant Species. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 83(1): 21–5.

  • Poonam Chilana, Anu Sharma, Vasu Arora, Jyotika Bhati and Anil Rai (2013). Computational Identification and Characterization of Putative miRNAs in Heliothis virescens. Bioinformation, 9(2): 79-83.

  • Garima Bajetha, Jyotika Bhati, Sarika, M. A. Iquebal, Anil Rai, Vasu Arora and Dinesh Kumar (2013). Analysis and Functional Annotation of Expressed Sequence Tags of Water Buffalo. Animal Biotechnology, 24(1), 25-30. iconpdf

  • Rai Anil, Bhati Jyotika and Lal S.B. (2011). Analytical tools and resources in Bioinformatics: Applied Computational Biology and Statistics in Biotechnology and Bioinformatics. Eds. Ajit Kumar Roy, New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi.

  • Jyotika Bhati, Humira Sonah, Tripta Jhang, Nagender Kumar Singh, and Tilak Raj Sharma (2010). Comparative Analysis and EST Mining Reveals High Degree of Conservation among Five Brassicaceae Species. Comparative and Functional Genomics, 10. doi:10.1155/2010/520238.


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