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- Tushar Navin Patel
- Columbia University
- 500 W 120th St
- 801 Mudd Building
- New York, NY 10027
I am a graduate student in the Banta Lab at Columbia University in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Our lab works on protein and metabolic engineering for a variety of applications. My work is focused around heterogeneous biocatalysis and more specifically, the use of E. coli as a whole-cell biocatalyst.
- 2014 (expected), PhD in ChemE, Columbia University, New York, NY
- 2011, MS in ChemE, Columbia University, New York, NY
- 2009, BS in ChemE, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
- Felsovalyi, F., Patel, T., Mangiagalli, P., Kumar, S. K. and Banta, S. (2012), Effect of thermal stability on protein adsorption to silica using homologous aldo-keto reductases. Protein Science, 21: 1113–1125. doi: 10.1002/pro.2099
- Patel, T., Swanson, E., Park, A-H., and Banta, S., "Development of a whole-cell biocatalyst for permanent carbon capture and storage: Immobilization of carbonic anhydrase in the periplasmic space of Escherichia coli", 243rd ACS National Meeting, San Diego, CA, March 25-29, 2012.
My research interests all relate to engineering and using biology for a variety of applications including catalysis, sensing, structural functions, biomaterials, and therapeutics.
- Protein Engineering
- Metabolic Engineering
- Synthetic Biology
- Heterogeneous Biocatalysis
- Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, Cambridge, MA, June 2009-August 2009
- Peptide-based nanoparticles as a novel drug delivery modality for protein-based drugs
- Semprus BioSciences, Cambridge, MA, January 2008-July 2008
- Anti-microbial coatings for biomedical devices
- The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Cambridge, MA, January 2007-June 2007
- Formulation of polymer-based Glucose-sensing nanooptodes
- GC/MS analysis on human samples for biochemical markers