Dr. Anand Babu Vangala

(Head of Regulatory affairs – Neuome Technologies (P) Ltd., Ph. D – University of Dusseldorf, Clinical Research Scientist, Berlin, Germany)


Posters/Oral Presentation
  1. “Asp1 generated inositol pyrophosphates mediate nutrient stress induced dimorphic switch in fission yeast” (poster & presentation) MOI symposium 2015
  2. “Asp1 generated inositol pyrophosphates regulate dimorphic switch in fission yeast” (poster & presentation) MOI symposium 2014
  3. ā€œFungal cell polarization in response to external signalsā€ (poster)


M.Sc in Microbiology, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany.

B.Sc in Industrial Biotechnology, Bharath University, Chennai, India.

PhD, Eukaryotic Microbiology, Institute of functional genome research of microorganisms, Heinrich Heine University DĆ¼sseldorf


  • 2022-Head OF Regulatory Affairs, Neuome Technologies (P) Ltd.
  • Clinical Research Associate (Clinical trial Management)
  • Mibeg Institute of medicine, Kƶln, Germany.


  1. Anand Vangala. The role of the Vip1 kinase family member Asp1 in the morphogenesis of the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe (PhD Thesis 2018).
  2. Pascual-Ortiz M, Saiardi A, Walla E, Jakopec V, KĆ¼nzel NA, Span I, Vangala A, Fleig U. Asp1 Bifunctional Activity Modulates Spindle Function via Controlling Cellular Inositol Pyrophosphate Levels in Schizosaccharomyces pombe.