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Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Boston University
I am a PhD Candidate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Drexel University. I primarily work in the A.J. Drexel Plasma Institute. My primary area of research involves investigating and understanding the interaction of non-thermal plasma with living tissue. I am currently working directly in these areas of research 1. Plasma Medicine; 2. Clinical Applications of Non-thermal Atmospheric Pressure Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma; 3. Mechanisms of interaction of non-thermal plasma with mammalian cells in vitro and in vivo; 4. Penetration of the effects of Non-Thermal DBD Plasma in to DNA inside mammalian cells; 5. Direct, Indirect and Separated Plasma treatment of mammalian cells and organic cell culture medium; 6. Toxicity of Non-Thermal Plasma Treatment of intact skin and wounded tissue Sterilization of infected wounds using porcine models; 7. Low Dose Non-Thermal plasma enhanced proliferation of endothelial cells via release of growth factors; 8. Non-Thermal plasma induced apoptosis in melanoma cancer cells. For additional details please visit http://www.sameerkalghatgi.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/kalghatgisameer http://plasma.mem.drexel.edu and http://mem.drexel.edu/vascularkinetics/index.html I am hoping to complete my PhD and graduate in July/August 2009. I would be interested in an academic position in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering specializing in Plasma Medicine with a focus on understanding the mechanism of interaction of non-thermal plasma with living tissue. I would also consider a position in industry with a focus on developing clinical applications of non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma.
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