Rinku Jain, PhD Email Rinku Jain
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Pharmacological Sciences
Biochemical and structural investigation of proteins involved in (i) DNA replication and repair, and (ii) Small molecule targeting of oncogenic and viral proteins
Structural biology, X-ray crystallography, Small angle x-ray scattering, electron microscopy, Protein-DNA interaction, DNA replication, DNA repair, Zika virus
2009 – current Assistant Professor, Pharmacological Sciences
2007 – 2009 Instructor, Structural and Chemical Biology
PhD The Ohio State University, Columbus. Ohio
MS Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
2006 Presidential Fellowship, The Ohio State University
2004 Herta Camerer Gross fellowship, The Ohio State University
2004 Summer Fellowship, Biophysics Program
The Ohio State University
2002-2004 Predoctoral Fellowship, American Heart Association
1997-1999 Junior Fellowship
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India
2016 Poster Presentation Award, Annual Research Retreat
Department of Pharmacological Sciences
2005 Oral Presentation Award
The Ohio State University Biophysics Symposium
2004 Oral Presentation Award
Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum
The Ohio State University
2004 Poster Presentation Award,
31st Annual SSRL Users' Meeting
Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory
2004 Outstanding Student of the Year
Biophysics Program, The Ohio State University
1999 Travel Award, XVIIIth IUCr Congress and General Assembly
Glasgow, Scotland, UK
1997 General Proficiency Award, Best Academic Performance
Indian Institute of Technology, India
Biochemistry, Biophysics, Structural Biology
MS, Indian Institute of Technology
PhD, The Ohio State University
Structural studies of eukaryotic replicative and repair polymerases and their complexes
Structure based drug discovery - Towards inhibitors of zika virus
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