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Surprisingly, my excitement waned as I suddenly realized that there would be no more access to Mathematics, my favorite subject, in
my academic study. The dilemma between attractive research opportunities in a prestigious subject and my wishful longing to keep in touch with Mathematics and Computing forced me to reconsider my
At that moment, Biology has been a vague, unexplainable system to me.- You can't say "At that moment [something] has been, as the tenses don't agree. Perhaps you meant "Up until that moment, biology had been..."
Since childhood, I've been intrigued
by the discovery of logic behind any activity, whether it is a common household work or any natural phenomenon.
(Probably that quality later helped me make an
outstanding performance in algorithm designing). The beauty of biology first revealed itself to me during
sophomore year. I was introduced to
the domains and motifs of enzymes in the 'Enzyme Kinetics' course. Combinations of such
simple motifs function in such a diverse way – for the first time I was fascinated with the profundity of biological systems
I believe my academic background along with experiences gained through 3 bioinformatics projects stand me best stead [or, "projects are the best fit for me]
for the research work in that field.
I am working on a
'Dengue' database project under the
supervision of Dr. Jesmin. This project aims to develop a complete database of Dengue Virus (DENV) covering the
disease mechanism of Dengue. My project emphasizes understanding
the overall process of developing a biological database along with minor technical descriptions.
Best of luck in your studies!