Rahul Singh

Dr. Singh
Bioinformatics, Computational Drug Discovery, Multimedia Information Systems, Biological Imaging

Contact Information

(415) 338-2307

Office Information: 

Thornton Hall
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Office Hours: 
Monday: 13:00-14:00

Recent Projects


  1. R. Singh, R. Beasley, T. Long* and C. Caffrey*, “Algorithmic Mapping and Characterization of the Drug- Induced Phenotypic Response Space of Parasites Causing Schistosomiasis”, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Accepted 2015, To Appear 2016
  2. T. Long*, R. J. Neitz*, R. Beasley, C. Kalyanaraman*, B. M. Suzuki*, M. P. Jacobson*, C. Dissous*, J. H. McKerrow*, D. H. Drewry*, R. Singh, and C. R. Caffrey*, “Structure-bioactivity relationship for benzimidazole thiophene inhibitors of polo-like-kinase 1 (PLK1), a potential drug target in Schistosoma mansoni”, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10(1):e0004356, 2016 (Work done in 2014-2015)
  3. J. Dohrmann, J. Puchin, and R. Singh, “Global Multiple Protein-Protein Interaction Network Alignment by Combining Pairwise Network Alignments”, BMC Bioinformatics, Vol. 16, (Suppl 13):S11, 2015
  4. D. Asarnow†, L. R. Areola*, B. Suzuki*, C. Caffrey*, and R. Singh†, “The QDREC Webserver: Determining Dose-Response Characteristics for Complex Macroparasites Using Phenotypic Drug Screening Data”, Bioinformatics, Vol. 31 (9), pp. 1515-1518, 2015 (†D. Asarnow and R. Singh equal contributors.)


  1. NIH-R01: An Automated High-Throughput Phenotypic Screen for Schistosomiasis Drug Discovery, National Institutes for Health, Joint-PI.
  2. Designing Systems for Molecular Query-Retrieval and Molecular Informatics, National Science Foundation, National Science Foundation, PI
  3. William and Melinda Gates Foundation: Development of a Macrofilaricidal Drug Candidate for the Treatment of Human Onchocerciasis, Co-PI


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