Bhavana MohanrajGraduate Student in Bioengineering
University of Pennsylvania
M.S., B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
AREAS OF SPECIAL INTERESTS
Bhavana's research is focused on engineering of orthopaedic tissues for repair and regeneration. Outside of the lab she enjoys cooking, baking, dancing, and traveling to new places!
- Class of 1902 Research Prize, RPI
- Rensselaer Medal, RPI
- McAuley E, Mohanraj B, Phamduy T, Plopper G.E., Corr D.T., Chrisey D.B. Evaluation of electric cell-substrate impedance sensing for the detection of nanomaterial toxicity. IJBNN, Vol.2, No.2, 2011
- Hynes A., Mohanraj B., Schiele N, Corr DT, Plopper GE, Dinu CZ, Chrisey DB. Cell-based detection of Bacillus Cereus anthrax simulant using cell impedance sensing. Sensor Letters, 8: 534-538; 2010
- Strutz WC, Mohanraj B, et al. (2012, February) A Model for Testing the Effects of Injury and Repair Using Engineered Cartilage Tissue Analogs: The Effects of Impact Loading on Chondrocyte Gene Expression. Poster at Orthopaedic Research Society 2012 Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
- Mohanraj B., et al. (2010, April) Real time detection of nanoparticle toxicity using electric cell-impedance sensing. Poster and Podium at Society for Biomaterials 2010 Annual Meeting and Exposition, Seattle, WA.
- Mohanraj B., et al. (2009, October) Cell Impedance Spectroscopy for the Detection of Ag and Cu Nanoparticle Toxicity. Poster Presentation at Biomedical Engineering Society 2009 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.