Rajsee Joshi is a doctoral student enrolled in 2022 at the division of Biological and Life Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences. She is interested in unravelling how signalling proteins that play a key role in disease models interact with other molecules by combining computational structural biology with functional biology. As part of her PhD, she is interested in understanding how protein folding influences its function by analysing high-resolution structural models. This understanding can be further extended to in-silico designing of precision medicine, chemical screening, mechanisms of molecular interactions governed by their spatial structure, and our collective understanding of how cells work. Currently, within the framework of a short-term project, she is attempting to address a 'big data' problem, namely to develop a computational network of interacting or related sets of genes potentially governing the cancer system. Systematic mapping of molecular relationships at genomic and proteomic levels can help create a useful biological network and predict disease phenotypes.