Faculty Details

Faculty Details

  • Name: Dr. Parul Mishra
  • Mail: pmsluohyd.ac.in
  • Contact: 91-40-23134585
  • Area Of Research: Ubiquitin mediated protein degradation, Protein Engineering, Chaperone networks in neurological diseases and cancer
Doctoral Research: Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow (JNU)
Postdoctoral Research: University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School, Worcester, MA


  • Smt. Kusum Sharma Young Women Scientist  Award, Indian Academy of Biomedical Sciences
  • Har-Gobind Khorana- Innovative Young Biotechnologist Award, Department of Biotechnology
  • Ramalingaswami Fellowship, Department of Biotechnology
  • Dr. M.M. Dhar Memorial Best Thesis Award.
  • Dr. D.L. Srivastava Memorial Young Scientist Award, Society of Biological Chemists, India.
  • Senior Research Fellowship, CSIR, GOI
  • Junior Research Fellowship, CSIR, GOI
  • Chakravarty Gold Medal in M.Sc

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Students/Projects Trainees

Name Joined As Mail Contact
Ms. Subhashree Sahoo Ph.D. Student 20laph02@uohyd.ac.in ---
Ms. Amrita Arpita Padhy PhD student (PMRF Fellow) 20laph01@uohyd.ac.in ---
Ms. Kummari Shivani PhD student 20laph14@uohyd.ac.in ---
Alluri Vaishnav Varma Ph.D. student (CSIR-JRF) 21laph04@uohyd.ac.in ---
Mayukha Bommaraju M.Sc. Project 21lams27@uohyd.ac.in ---

Former Students/Projects Trainees

Name Joined As Working
Mr. Siddharth Neog M.Sc. Student Ph.D. Student at IIT Guwahati
Mr. Thaleshwar Verma M.Sc. Student
Ms. Varsha Kumari JRF
Ms. Soniya Kangjam M.Sc. Student Mahatma Gandhi National Fellow, MSDE, GOI
Mr. Mihir ranjan padhan M.Sc. Student PhD student IICT, Hyderabad
K. Ishwarya Lakshmi M.Sc. Project Student BIONEST, University of Hyderabad
Mayank Bajaj M.Sc Project Student
Suman M.Sc. Project
13 Padhy AA*, Sahoo S*, Kumari S, Kumari V , Mishra P (* equal contribution) (2021) , Exploring Large-Scale Protein Function using Systematic Mutant Analysis , Advances in Protein Molecular and Structural Biology Methods, Elsevier, USA,,,.
12 Sahoo S*, Padhy AA*, Kumari V, Kummari S, Mishra P (* equal contribution) (2021) , Therapeutic Potential of Leucine Rich Repeat Kinase 2 In Parkinson’s Disease , Protein Kinase Inhibitors: From Discovery to Therapeutics, Elsevier,,,.
11 Starr TN*, Flynn JM*, Mishra P*, Bolon DN, Thornton JW (2018) , Pervasive contingency and entrenchment in a billion years of Hsp90 evolution , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ,115 ,17,4453-4458 IF - 11.2.
10 Mishra P*, Flynn JM*, Starr TN, Bolon DN, (2016) , Systematic mutant analyses elucidate general and client-specific aspects of Hsp90 function , Cell reports, Cell Press,15,3,588-598 IF - 9.423.
9 Flynn JM*, Mishra P*, Bolon DN (2015) , Mechanistic asymmetry in Hsp90 dimers , Journal of Molecular Biology, Academic Press,427,18,2904-2911 IF - 4.76.
8 Mishra P, Bolon DN (2014) , Designed Hsp90 Heterodimers Reveal an Asymmetric ATPase-Driven Mechanism In Vivo , Molecular Cell, ,53,2,344-350 IF - 17.97.
7 Boucher J, Cote P, Flynn J, Jiang L, Laban A, Mishra P, Roscoe B, Bolon DN, (2014) , Viewing Protein Fitness Landscapes Through a Next-Gen Lens , Genetics, Genetics Society of America,198,,461–471.
6 Jiang L*, Mishra P*, Hietpas RT, Zeldovich KB, Bolon DN, (2013) , Latent effects of Hsp90 mutants revealed at reduced expression levels , PLoS Genetics, ,9,6,e1003600 IF - 5.175.
5 Pursell NW*, Mishra P*, Bolon DN, (2012) , Solubility-promoting function of Hsp90 contributes to client maturation and robust cell growth , Eukaryotic cell, American Society for Microbiology Journals,11,8,1033-1041 IF - 3.586.
4 Wayne N*, Mishra P*, Bolon DN (2011) , Hsp90 and client protein maturation , Molecular Chaperones, Humana Press,,,33-44.
3 Mishra P, Kumar PR, Ethayathulla AS, Singh N, Sharma S, Perbandt M, Betzel C, Kaur P, Srinivasan A, Bhakuni V (2009) , Polysaccharide binding sites in hyaluronate lyase–crystal structures of native phage–encoded hyaluronate lyase and its complexes with ascorbic acid and lactose , The FEBS journal, ,276,12,3392-3402 IF - 5.54.
2 Mishra P, Bhakuni V (2009) , Self-assembly of bacteriophage-associated hyaluronate lyase (HYLP2) into an enzymatically active fibrillar film , Journal of Biological Chemistry, ,284,8,5240-5249 IF - 5.15.
1 Mishra P, Akhtar MS, Bhakuni V, (2006) , Unusual structural features of the bacteriophage-associated hyaluronate lyase (hylp2) , Journal of Biological Chemistry, ,281,11,7143-7150 IF - 5.157.

Complete list of publications -Google scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=stWgX-cAAAAJ&hl=en