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Prashant K. Singh, M.S.

Sr. Research Associate, Department of Pharmacology

My past and present primary research projects include bioenergetics, cell signaling, and viral diseases such as Ebola, HIV and more. I use cryo-EM to visualize the structures of macromolecular complexes and viral proteins, which provides insights into their function and potential targets for drug development. I also use animations and modeling programs like Blender, Chimera, and PyMOL to publish and present my findings in a visually engaging way.

In summary, my expertise lies at the intersection of cryo-EM, structural biology, and computational modeling. I am making constant contributions to understanding complex biological systems and developing new therapies for viral infections and other diseases.