Arunima Singh studied biochemistry as an undergraduate, but a keen interest in programming led her to pursue a master’s degree in bioinformatics at the University of Pune, India. She went on to obtain her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia, USA, where she used molecular modeling to analyze protein-carbohydrate interactions and developed a web tool for generating 3D structures of glycosaminoglycans, while working with Robert Woods. She did postdoctoral research at New York University on computational characterization of protein-protein interfaces and peptide mimetic-based inhibitor design. She handles computational biology, glycobiology and structural biology content for the journal. Arunima joined Nature Methods in June 2019.
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