PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2000
MS, University of Mississippi, 1994
M.Sc, Calcutta University, 1991
B.Sc., Calcutta University, 1991
Clinical / Research Interests
Computational Biochemistry

Dr. Mazumder is a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine and Co-Director of The McCormick Genomic Proteomic Center at The George Washington University (GW). His background is in evolutionary biology and bioinformatics. He has worked at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Merck, NIH, and Georgetown University before coming to GW. While working at National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at NIH, UniProt and Protein Information Resource (PIR), Dr. Mazumder worked closely with colleagues in developing international molecular biology resources and using these resources to identify therapeutics, diagnostics and vaccines targets. Through NIH, NSF, FDA and industry funding he is involved in genomic and bioinformatics research in cancer biology, glycobiology, metagenomics and bioinformatics standards development. Dr. Mazumder leads the public High Performance Integrated Virtual Environment (HIVE). HIVE is approved for use in a regulatory environment at US FDA. In addition to his research activities he mentors PhD and MS students and co-directs the Bioinformatics M.S. graduate program track and Genomics and Bioinformatics PhD program at GW.