Krish earned his Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Science and post-doctoral work
at the Scripps Research Institute. He held a staff-scientist position at the Burnham
Institute and a Senior Scientist Position at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
before joining the faculty of Chemistry.
Areas of Specialty Teaching: Krish teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses in Physical Chemistry (CHEM
108, 110A/B, 111 and 215) including a graduate level class in his specialty, Biophysical
Chemistry and NMR Spectroscopy
Research: Krish's group is interested in the application of tools from physics, mathematics,
and computer science to chemically and biologically important problems. We extensively
use Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy and computer simulations to study
structure and dynamics of proteins. In addition, we use a range of biostatistical
and bioinformatics tools to analyze large scale experimental data, such as multiplex
immunoassay for protein biomarker detection and gene-expression dynamics. See the
PubMed list of publications to get an idea of the current interests or publications.
The Krish lab focuses on three major areas of research: (a) All things considered with high resolution solution NMR spectroscopy (b) How molecules function? We take a holistic approach using experiments & computations (c) Information is knowledge - Biostatistics+Informatics
We focus on three major areas of research: (a) All things considered with high resolution solution
NMR spectroscopy, (b) How molecules function? We take a holistic approach using experiments
& computations and (c) Information is knowledge - Biostatistics+Informatics.