Developing Nanotechnologies to Improve Medical Care 2013-05-07 College of Science physics professor Srinivas Sridhar is working with a team of physicians and scientists at Northeastern University, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital to develop nanotechnogies for image guided therapies
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Creating a better brainwave monitor, augmented reality for cars – This Weeks’ News Roundup! 2012-12-09 This week in our BCI industry news roundup, two news stories that captured our imaginations. A team at Northeastern University has received a grant to build a new type of brainwave monitor; Carnegie Mellon University is asking manufacturers to start […]
NSF ICorps grant for developing better brainwave monitors with Electric Field Encephalography 2012-12-06 Physics professor Srinivas Sridhar has been recently awarded a $50,000 grant under the NSF ICorps program for his project “Roadmap to Commercialization for Electric Field Encephalography”. Professor Sridhar is working on a new way to measure brain activity, with the goal of creating more […]
A Better Brainwave Monitor 2012-12-05 Srinivas Sridhar’s electric field encephalography (EFEG) is capable of getting much more detailed information about the brain’s electrical activity
Wonder Material Brings New Light to Night-Vision Gear 2012-06-01 The U.S. Army is partnering with graphene researchers to enable low-cost thermal imaging for all warfighters.
Chemotherapy from the inside out 2012-04-25 Physics professor Sri Sridhar is joining forces with Dana Farber Cancer Institute to develop nanotechnology that will improve the way prostate cancer is treated.
Army Research Lab parters with Prof. Sridhar to focus on infrared imaging 2011-12-14 The Electronic Materials Research Institute (eMRI) at Northeastern University has signed a three-year cooperative research agreement with the United States Army Research Laboratory at Adelphi, Md., to design graphene-based technology for use in low-cost infrared imaging applications for the military.
Sridhar receives DARPA award for electric field sensor technology 2010-12-15 Prof. Srinivas Sridhar will lead a project to research and develop nanosensors thanks to a 1.5 million dollar subcontract awarded by DARPA.
NSF grant supports global nanomedicine program 2010-07-27 Northeastern University has received a five-year, $3.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to build on the success of its innovative Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) nanomedicine program through the development of new global research and educational partnerships.
This paper is the 5th most downloaded paper in Applied Physics Letters for January 2010 B. D. F. Casse, W. T. Lu, Y. J. Huang, E. Gultepe, L. Menon, and S. Sridhar Applied Physics Letters 96, 023114 (2010) A research team from Northeastern University has developed a new nanolens that can beat the diffraction […]
Nanotechnology collaboration aimed at curing cancers 2009-12-21 Researchers at Northeastern’s Electronic Materials Research Institute (eMRI) are collaborating with two Harvard Medical School researchers to develop a nanotechnology-based “smart implant” to treat cancer.
Northeastern University Physicists Create Assembly Technique for Carbon Nanotubes 2008-10-29 Srinivas Sridhar, Ph.D., distinguished professor and chair of Physics at Northeastern University, Evin Gultepe and their team of researchers from the university’s Electronic Materials Research Institute have demonstrated a technique to assemble single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT) into three-dimensional structures.
Northeastern University Physicists Develop Nano-Optical Lens 2008-08-25 Using semiconductor nanotechnology, Srinivas Sridhar, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor and Chair of Physics at Northeastern University, and his team of researchers from the university’s Electronic Materials Research Institute have created a new microlens that focuses infrared light at telecommunication frequencies. The focusing power of this microlens sets a world […]
Nanophotonics Research by Northeastern University Physics Professor leads to Nanomanufactured Optical Lenses 2008-07-07 Sri Sridhar, Distinguished Professor and Chair of Physics at Northeastern University, a team of researchers from the university’s Electronic Materials Research Institute has published research that has resulted in a new breakthrough in the field of nanophotonics, the study of light at […]
New generations of biomedical implants and cardiovascular stents that are currently being used have the property of localized elution of drug molecules to enhance lifetime of these devices and for bio-integration. In this project Sridhar group is using nanoporous alumina and titania coatings for localized drug and gene delivery applications. They have fabricated nanoporous alumina and titania films on metal substrates with precise control on pore diameter, interpore distance and film thickness.
As a proof-of-concept for drug-loading within these films, dye-labeled polystyrene beads were filled within nanoporous alumina templates. The group is now working on in-vitro experiment to study loading and release of plasmid DNA and drug molecules from these nanoporous alumina templates.
Magnetic nanoparticles in the form of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles are increasingly being used as contrast enhancement agent in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Our approach is through micelle-based nanotechnology platform. In this experiment 10 nm iron oxide nanoparticles are loaded within the hydrophobic core of PEG2000-DSPE micelles resulting in average size of 30-50 nm micelles. Tumor-specificity is then achieved via conjugation of antinuclear antibody 2C5 to hydrophilic tail of these micelles. The figure shows uptake of antibody-labeled micelles loaded with magnetic nanoparticles by human breast tumor BT20 cells. Characterization of these micellelar systems for use as contrast agents were carried out using SQUID and NMR. In addition, the group is also working on using these magnetic nanoparticles-loaded micelles for magnetic hyperthermia in cancer therapy to selectively kill tumor cells.
Srinivas Sridhar, Professor of Physics and College of Arts & Sciences Distinguished Professor, has been elected as Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS). The citation reads “For elegant experiments providing seminal insights on left-handed metamaterials, quantum chaos, vortex and quasiparticle electrodynamics in superconductors, and collective excitations in low-dimensional materials”.
2007-11-27 The project explores nanofabricated negative index optical elements from InP/InGaAsP and SOI heterostructures, and won the Best Poster Award at Fall 2007 MRS Meeting
2007-11-07 “For elegant experiments providing seminal insights on left-handed metamaterials, quantum chaos, vortex and quasiparticle electrodynamics in superconductors, and collective excitations in low-dimensional materials.” – APS Physics, 19 November 2007