bagdevi mishra


Bagdevi Mishra

Ph.D. Student
Member of Research Group 'Evolutionary Analyses and Biological Archives'

Research interests

My research focuses on identifying genetic and genomic signatures of adaptation in host-symbiont interactions. In particular, I am studying the functional evolution of symbiosis in Hyaloperonospora arabidopsidis, Cetraria aculeata, and Hydra viridissima in relation to different climatic conditions.
I am currently working with transcriptome data from these species and trying to identify genes under positive selection. I am using perl and shell scripts for data analysis and different open source software for assembly, annotation, mapping, and SNP analysis.

Short CV

Since 2011 PhD project entitled “Genetic and genomic signatures of adaptation in host-symbiont interactions” with Prof. Dr. Marco Thines, Prof Dr. Klussmann-Kolb and Dr. Christian Printzen.

2009 software consultant for “Open Source Drug Discovery Project”, Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India.

2005 - 2009 scientist at In silico Scientifics (INDIA) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India.

2004 – 2005 bioinformatics technical assistant for “Indian Initiative for Rice Genome Sequencing” at University of Delhi, India.

2002 - 2003 post-graduate diploma in Bioinformatics, Indian Institute of Hardware Technology, India.

1999 - 2002 Master of Science (Zoology), Specialization in Cell and Molecular Biology, Berhampur University, India.

Phone: 069 7542 1831