Home page of Vijayalakshmi Nagaraj

I am a research associate with the newly formed  BioMaPS  program, a research initiative
at the interface between the Biological,  Mathematical, and Physical Sciences at
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey .  I work in a lab in the Waksman Institute .

I have extensive experience in microbiology, molecular biology and protein biochemistry.
I have worked mostly with bacteria and yeast. My cv is available  here.

My interest at this moment is in high throughput methods for identifying genome-wide
targets of signaling molecules and transcription factors. I work with Richard Ebright,
Boris Shraiman and Anirvan Sengupta. The last two are theoretical physicists working
on computational biology and bioinformatics.
  Here is a picture of me with my daughter.