Development of biomaterials for diagnostic and therapeutic applications
My lab is looking at the development of biomaterials for both diagnostic and therapeutic applications
Hydrogels for 3D printing of skin: We are developing hydrogel matrices that can act as bioink for 3D printing skin and support cells. Currently, through our startup (RegenCo Innovations Pvt Ltd) we have patented a bioink formulation and presently we are testing the bioink formulation for printing skin.
Metal-Organic Nanoparticles: Our group is working on developing MOF nanoparticles as potential antimicrobial and wastewater remediation agents. These nanoparticles coated on surfaces have demonstrated antimicrobial activity against common hospital-borne pathogens. These nanoparticles have also been tested for the removal of organic dyes from wastewater.
Wearable sensors for movement analysis: our group in collaboration is also working on developing capacitance-based wearable sensors for movement analysis. These sensors can be utilized for measuring movements like respiration rate, pulse, gait, etc.
Peter, Mathew, "Development of biomaterials for diagnostic and therapeutic applications" (2022). Interdisciplinary Collection. 20.