Research

Research

Prof. Rinti Banerjee   1. Drug delivery   2. Nanoparticles for therapeutics   3. Liposomes   4. Biomaterials and implants   5. Tissue engineering
Prof. Rohit Srivastava   1. Nanoengineered Biosensors   2. Cancer photothermal therapy   3. Biomedical Microsystems
Prof. Samir Maji   1. Neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and prions   2. Protein/peptide hormone storage-related disorders   3. Neuroendocrine cancers
Prof. Santanu Ghosh   1. Studying cell division in somatic cells for better understanding cancer   2. Studying cell division in sexual cells for better understanding human fertility
Prof. Soumyo Mukherji   1. Biosensors for diagnostics   2. Medical Instrumentation
Prof. Sanjeeva Srivastava   1. Biomarker discovery in cancer (gliomas) and infectious diseases (malaria)   2. Identification of drug targets using proteomics   3. Studying protein-protein interactions   4. Bioinformatics approach to identify biomolecule interaction network and pathway analysis   5. Cancer genomics and proteomics database creation
Prof. Swati Patankar   1. Malaria: drug targets and small molecule inhibitors that could be leads for drug discovery   2. Serum proteomics for biomarkers of malaria disease   3. Malaria: nucleic acids as therapeutics
Prof. Santhosh B. Noronha   1. Manufacture and scale up of biotherapeutics and recombinants   2. Biotransformation compounds, vaccine candidates etc. with development activities ranging from cell/protein engineering to reactor control and downstream processing.   3. Drug discovery/design. The current focus is on two sets of agents (anti-biofilm agents, with experimental work established, and on GPCRs as a class of targets (computational)   4. Multivariate data analysis: Pattern recognition in biological data
Prof. K. V. Venkatesh 1. Systems and synthetic biology
Prof. Jayesh Bellare   1. Cryo-TEM to image wet nanostructures   2. FACS for sorting nanoparticles by size, shape and internal structure   3. Drug delivery systems with nanoparticles, occular and others   4. Making nanoparticles of odd geometries   5. Nanotechnology of alternative medicinal systems: Ayurvedic bhasmas and Homeopathy   6. Nanocomposites for regenerative medicine: bone, dental and orthodontics use   7. Micro-devices for cardiac use (minimally invasive surgery)   8. QDs by green chemistry for a diagnostics platform   9. Hollow fiber technology for dialysis and stem cell expansion
Prof. Ganesh Vishwanathan   1. Systems biology of signaling networks involved in cancer cells
Prof. Sameer Jadhav   1. Biomaterials   2. Liposomal drug delivery systems   3. Bio-sensors   4. Immune diseases   5. Stem cell expansion
Prof. Sarika Mehra   1. Production of recombinant therapeutics   2. Multi-drug resistance   3. Systems Biology of infectious diseases
Prof. P. Sunthar   1. In-situ vesicle production for drug delivery applications
Prof. Kaliappan   1. Synthesis of natural products like molecules having significant biological activity
Prof. Pradeepkumar P. I.   1. Nucleic Acids Based Therapeutics: Small Interfering RNAs, RNA Cleaving DNA Enzymes, Telomere Mediated Molecular Therapeutics, micro RNAs, DNA Damage and Repair   2. (Drug discovery & medicinal chemistry)
Prof. C. P. Rao   1. Ion & Molecular Sensing in Biological Medium   2. Inorganic Anticancer Agents   3. Metal Nutrients Based on Carbohydrates   4. Protein-Inorganic Biomaterials   5. Nano-particle mediated drug delivery
Prof. Ruchi Anand   1. Macromolecular crystallography with emphasis on enzyme mechanism elucidation, protein complexes and structure based drug design
Prof. Suvarn Kulkarni   1. Metal nutrients based on carbohydrates
Prof. Sharat Chandran   1. Image processing for cancer prognosis   2. Combining modern machine learning techniques for traditional medicine practices
Prof. Srinivas Aluru   1. Genomics and systems biology   2. Development of computational biology algorithms and software that operate at the molecular level   3. Microbial and plant genomes (Genomics and systems biology could be used for genotyping, individual genome sequencing, identifying SNPs, systems biology of diseases, etc.)
Prof. Girish Kumar   1. Cell phone and cell tower radiation and its effect on human body
Prof. Maryam Bhaghini   1. Cell biomedical engineering   2. VLSI Analog / Mixed – Signal / RF IC Design   3. Sensor-Circuit Integration
Prof. Ramgopal Rao   1. Point of care systems for Cardiac Diagnostics
Prof. Azizuddin Khan   1. Developmental dyslexia   2. Medical adherence
Prof. Mrinmoyi Kulkarni   1. Psychosocial aspects of Health   2. Health Behavior   3. Public Health
Prof. Anirudha Joshi   1. Design of IT solutions (particularly for those from lower socio-economic segments)
Prof. B. Ravi   1. Prosthesis/ Implant design   2. Instrumentation   3. Bio-mechanical testing   4. Medical modeling   5. Surgery planning
Prof. P. P. Date   1. Manufacture of healthcare products
Prof. D. Bahadur   1. Cancer therapy and diagnostics via magnetic nanoparticulates   2. Targeted and sustained drug delivery through nanohybrids
Prof. Parag Bhargava   1. Bio-Materials   2. Materials for prosthodontics