RF Program

The Research Fellowship program has been designed to help young researchers and students take advantage of the bioinformatics resources for analysis of complex life science data and become versed in bioinformatics. Research Fellows participate in cutting edge bioinformatics research led by expert mentors. The fellowship program will offer a combination of online resources and mentor guidance to prepare you and help you complete a bioinformatics project. Registration fees cover the costs of training, mentorship and big data T-BioInfo Server. The platform is a cloud-based analytical server used by research labs and independent scientists around the world. 

Register Here to enroll for the OmicsLogic Research Fellowship Program


Get ready through training

Quantified skills in -omics data processing, analysis and visualization.

Whether you are just getting started with bioinformatics or you already have a lot of experience, there is always something new to learn. Our asynchronous coursework will prepare you for any challenges you might face with data analysis and biological interpretation.

Topics we cover:

  • Introduction to Bioinformatics and the basics of data in life sciences
  • Omics data types like genomics, transcriptomics or metagenomics
  • Data science and machine learning for non-engineers and biologists
  • R and Python programming and in-depth analytics for complex omics data
Literature Review – 1

Find an impactful research topic

Learn to perform literature review and plan out your project.

Be ready to learn from experts and find gaps in current research, uncovering opportunities to contribute real value to the scientific community. Follow the latest comprehensive review articles and focus on controversy, open questions and limitation of the latest studies.


  • Make your research question compelling to those already in the field
  • Set specific parameters to answer the research question conclusively
  • Find datasets that fit your objectives and explore them for batch effects or bias
  • Get feedback from our expert mentors on your topic and analysis proposal
Presenting Project

Present your analysis for expert feedback

Develop a complete project ready for expert review and feedback.

Once your project is prepared, it becomes the proof that you have understood the topic and analyzed data correctly. Expert feedback and peer review will identify gaps and omissions you can address before sharing the final results with the scientific community and the world.

Potential outcomes:

  • Expert feedback and overall evaluation of project quality, innovation and analysis execution
  • Poster presentation at the research fellowship meeting or research symposium
  • Path to collaboration with expert mentors or faculty at partner universities
  • Path to a full publication

Students can enroll themselves for 2/3/6 months to carry out their independent Research Project:


Asynchronous Courses
Hands-on Assignments
Group Sessions
Program Course Access
Omicslogic Program Access
Education Cloud Pipelines


⭐️ Literature Review 

⭐️ Project Report



Asynchronous Courses
Hands-on Assignments
Group Sessions
Program Course Access
Omicslogic Program Access
Education Cloud Pipelines


⭐️ Literature Review

⭐️ Project Report

⭐️ Research Poster


Asynchronous Courses
Hands-on Assignments
Group Sessions
Program Course Access
Omicslogic Program Access
Education Cloud Pipelines


⭐️ Literature Review 

⭐️ Project Report

⭐️ Research Paper Publication

Check out our student projects!

Infectious Disease Research: Spike glycoprotein sequences of SARS CoV2 variants analysis

Project by Pham Mai Thi Ngoc Huyen, Undergraduate student at Asian University for Women, Bangladesh

Space Omics Research: Effects of microgravity on HiPSCs(Cardiac and Muscle Activity)

 Project by Ojasvi Dutta &  Shubham Kumar, Post Graduate students at GGDSD College, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India

Precision Oncology Research: Transcriptomic Analysis of Histological Subtypes in Esophageal Adenocarcinoma

Project by Dhruv Mehra Undergraduate student at Amity University, Noida, India

Machine learning & Modelling: Random forest classifier for bacteriocin classification

Project by Laura García Curiel, PhD in Food Science and Human Health in Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo in Mexico.

Skin Disease: Identification of novel therapeutic targets in psoriasis skin - An isoform approach

Project by Susana Poveda, B.Sc. Computer Science - University of London, Goldsmiths

Data-Driven Drug Discovery: Analysis of Hepatocellular Transcriptomic Data for Drug Repurposing

Project by Sonalika Ray, Post Graduate student M.Sc. Bioinformatics, Panjab University, India  

                                      Our Collaborative Partners

LSU-GeneLab-BioMMED - OmicsLogic Training

Designed for LSU students, faculty and researchers to deal with growing amounts of high throughput data generated in life sciences.

Chandigarh Group of Colleges - OmicsLogic Training

Chandigarh Group of Colleges- Landran

Designed for CGC students to introduce them to the field of bioinformatics & data science and work with faculty's area of interest through internships and research fellowships.

Tulane University

Designed for Tulane University students, faculty and researchers for multi-omics, data science & structural biology training and research.

Amity University - Noida - OmicsLogic Training

Amity University- Noida

Designed for Amity for students & faculty to get training and apply their bioinformatics skills in research and industry projects as interns and research fellows with the company. 

NAIPI - OmicsLogic Training

Designed for IDeA State Universities students & faculty for Project Based Training Modules in Bioinformatics and Data Science. 

Amity University - Jaipur - OmicsLogic Training

Amity University- Jaipur

Designed for Amity for students & faculty to get training and apply their bioinformatics skills in research and industry projects as interns and research fellows with the company. 

 Meet the mentors:

Industry and Academic mentors with years of expertise in computational approaches for basic and translational research, biotechnology and pharma companies as well as emerging domains like space omics and translational cancer bioinformatics, infectious diseases vaccine research, computational neuroscience, AI driven cheminformatics & drug discovery.     

Prof. Pallu Reddana


Cancer research and therapeutics

Dr. Raghavendran

Postdoctoral fellow at SciWhy Lab, SC&IS, Jawaharlal NehruUniversity, Delhi

Dr. Harpreet Kaur

Bioinformatics Trainer

PhD in Bioinformatics Multi Omics Expert

Dr. Gepoliano Chaves


Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago 

Dr. Mohit Mazumder

Business Development Head, Pine Biotech

PhD in Computational Biology

Dr. Sona Vasudevan

Professor, Georgetown University

PhD, Systems Medicine Education

Learn more about the journey of our Research Fellows! 

Gautam Chauhan

Melanin is a pigment found in most living organisms and is produced by a process called melanogenesis. This pigment is produced in specialized groups of cells called melanocytes and their function is to protect us against UV radiation. But did you know that melanoma caused by melanocyte mutations accounts for about 9000 deaths a year in the United States alone? To investigate this topic further, Gautam Chauhan, a Research Fellow at Pine Biotech performed a research project that aims to evaluate the risk of signature genes with the potential of developing melanoma by comparing two dark-skin samples with two light-skin. 

Read More- https://edu.omicslogic.com/blog/comparative-transcriptomic-analysis-to-understand-the-role-of-melanin-in-melanoma


Have you ever wondered why astronauts float in their spacecraft or outside, during a spacewalk? The reason behind this is due to microgravity. Microgravity is a phenomenon where the gravity seems very small causing the people and objects to appear weightless. The human body undergoes dramatic changes during a long term space flight. To further understand these changes, a group research project was carried out by two of our Research Fellows at Pine Biotech - Shubham Kumar and Ojasvi Dutta on the effects of microgravity on Human-induced Pluripotent Stem Cells and to understand the change in the activity of cardiac and muscle cells.

Read More- https://edu.omicslogic.com/blog/effects-of-microgravity-on-hipscs-cms-cardiac-and-muscle-activity


Ototoxicity refers to the condition of ear poisoning that results from exposure to drugs and chemicals that damage the internal ear or hear-able nerve leading to the impairment of hearing and balance. Serious dosing of Cisplatin, a platinum-based drug that is used in chemotherapy in the treatment of malignant tumor's has been known to cause ototoxicity. Mrinal Bamhotra and Yachita Gupta, two of our Research Fellows at Pine Biotech performed a research project that aims to identify the genes and pathways related to the side effects of Cisplatin using the gene expression data from lung cancer which was also used to verify if the ill effects of Cisplatin are generic or specific to cochlear cells.

Read More-https://edu.omicslogic.com/blog/identification-of-pathway-leading-to-ototoxicity-by-the-use-of-cisplatin

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Get answers about the program structure and benefits

What is Omics Logic?

A Growing Community of Students, Experts and Mentors

Our community leverages publicly available data, online tools for big data analysis and a network of mentors to help students learn bioinformatics, apply their skills to meaningful research projects and work with mentors on turning their projects into publications or research posters. The programs we offer provide training, access to high quality tutorials and tools anyone can learn to use independently. The program is offered at university, high school or community college levels as well as directly to citizen scientists around the world.

The Omics Logic Advantage

Self-Paced Learning

Study at your own pace online completing modules designed for graduate and undergraduate levels

Project-based Curriculum

Don't just learn about bioinformatics, learn while working on research projects with real data

Hands on with Big Data

Go from practice to research in a matter of days by leveraging the cloud-based analytical platform

Expert Mentors

When you start learning, you are not on your own. The programs are supported by an expert team

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A comprehensive overview of available modules, project examples, tools and skills covered in the Omics Logic Training Modules

As many options are available to offer asynchronous, synchronous and blended versions of the training modules, we recommend faculty and students to get in touch with our program coordinator to get more information.

After filling out the form on your right, you will be able to schedule a call with one of our representers to answer your questions about the training and find the right program for you and your organization.

Research Fellowship Program
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To learn and explore more about Research Project topics, visit:

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OmicsLogic offers high grade training and research tools for hands-on analysis for various research fields which includes analysis of Big Data belonging to Multi-Omics fields (Transcriptomics, Genomics, Epigenomics & Metagenomics), Infectious Diseases, Precision Medicine, Precision Oncology, Neuroscience, Space-Omics, Metabolic Disorders, Agri-Bioinformatics, Immunology, Cheminformatics etc. We aim to utilize Data Science techniques, programming languages (R/Python for Bioinformatics), Machine Learning methods, Bioinformatics tools & softwares and AI-based training platform i.e., the T-Bioinfo Platform, designed by Tauber Bioinformatics Research Center, Israel, for carrying out the analysis and interpretation. Below we have listed the areas of research for various fields that OmicsLogic Mentors are working on and are open for all to carry out independent or groups research projects and be able to go forward for a publication in the respective field.