Theinmozhi Arulraj (ESR 10; HZI)

Theinmozhi Arulraj (ESR 10; HZI)

Early Stage Researcher

Theinmozhi Arulraj was born in India. Her research interests include mathematical modeling in immunology and cancer biology. She earned Integrated Masters in Systems Biology from the University of Hyderabad, India in 2018 with her dissertation focusing on mathematical modeling of the PD-1 pathway of T cell. 


Theinmozhi Arulraj has research experience in different projects during her Masters. She was an Indian Academy of Sciences summer research fellow in 2016 and she developed a statistical model to understand body composition and body weight changes of infants. She was also a recipient of UARE (University of Alberta Research Experience) fellowship - 2017. As a part of UARE fellowship, she worked on understanding the CTLA-4 immune checkpoint therapy at the level of receptor-ligand interactions by mathematical modeling. 



1.  Ganesan A, Arulraj T, Choulli T, Barakat K. A mathematical modelling tool for unravelling the antibody-mediated effects on CTLA-4 interactions. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, in press, 2018.

Computational modelling
Systems Medicine


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