Selected Invited Talks 

20. Genome Editing. United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research Aug 2020

19. India-US Strategic Dialogue on Biosecurity, UPCM Centre for Health Security, Washington. Sept 20-21, 2016


18. Building the leaders of tomorrow. BRICS Education Conclave. Asia Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi. May 20-21, 2016

17. The Pace and Proliferation of Emerging Biological Technologies: A Critical Appraisal. INSA and US National Academies of Sciences meeting on "Building Regional Capacity to Tackle Challenges of Emerging Infections and Global Health Safety”, Seychelles May 09-11, 2016

16. Challenges in Synthetic Biology. Indo-US Workshop on “Challenges of Emerging Infections and Global Health Safety” INSA and US National Academy of Sciences (NAS), New Delhi, Nov 2014

15. Emerging Synthetic biology trends in India Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons,  The Hague, Apr 2013

14. Synthetic biology and biomediated synthesis of organic chemicals IUPAC- National Academies of Sciences, USA,  Speiz Laboratory, Zurich, Feb 2012

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13. Challenges in Synthetic Biology. Indo-US Workshop on “Challenges of Emerging Infections and Global Health Safety” INSA and US National Academy of Sciences (NAS), New Delhi, Nov 2014

12. Emerging Synthetic biology trends in India Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons,  The Hague, Apr 2013

11. Synthetic biology and biomediated synthesis of organic chemicals IUPAC- National Academies of Sciences, USA,  Speiz Laboratory, Zurich, Feb 2012

10. Emerging Trends in Synthetic Biology (Plenary) Trends in Science and Technology Relevant to the Biological and Toxin Weapons ConventionIAP, IUMS, IUBMB, Chinese Academy of Sciences, National Academies of Sciences USA , Beijing, China Oct. 2010 

9. Synthetic Biology in India and Japan European Science Commission meeting on Synthetic Biology, Brussels, March 2010

8. Making genes from junk DNA Pathways and Networks Conference, Corfu Island, Greece, May 2009

7. Cellware ‐ a computational systems biology platform Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference, Singapore, Jan 2005

6. Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference (Co‐Organizer). Finding organizing principles in biological networks, Singapore, Jan 2005

 

5. Building computational chassis of a virtual cell HUGO Pacific conference, Singapore, Nov. 2004

4. Modeling cellular life in‐silico Ist International Bioengineering Conference, Singapore, Sep. 2004

3. Systems Biology – the emergence of convergence Novartis, Singapore, Mar. 2004

2. The interface of biology with information technology (session chair) A*STAR‐National Research Council, Canada Workshop, Mar. 2003

1. Biosimulation Training Program (Organizer) Keio University, Japan, Jun. 2002

You may use the following to introduce me in scientific meetings​

Prof. Pawan K. Dhar is currently Head, Synthetic Biology group at the School of Biotechnology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi with concurrent appointments at Special Centre for Systems Medicine and the School of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU. Prof. Dhar received his Ph.D. degree in 1993 from BHU (Varanasi) in Human Genetics. One of his significant contributions has been designing functional peptides and proteins from the dark matter of the genome. In the past, Prof. Dhar has established research groups in India, Singapore, and Japan and published in the area of human genetics, systems biology, and synthetic biology covering computational, experimental, and policy areas.

Contact  

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