Author bio: Guest post is provided by Sasha Bakhru who works in the fields of science and medicine. Check out his website for more information.
Sasha Bakhru is a revolutionary scientist and medical researcher. His work is extremely imperative for the future of science and biomedicine. Sasha Bakhru works as an adjunct assistant professor of medical science at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. He also completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship there.
Bakhru has an extensive educational background which has prepared him for the work that he’s doing now. He completed his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Columbia University, an M.S.E. from John Hopkins University in Materials Science and a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University in Biomedical Engineering. In 2008, he won the Global MOOT Corp competition. In 2009, he was given an award from the Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business. The award was for the “Entrepreneur of the Year.”
Sasha Bakhru’s work has made significant contributions for both the science and medical communities. He has co-authored over twenty publications, eight patents, and even a chapter in a book. In addition, his work has also been in print in over forty symposium measures and abstracts.
Bakhru serves as the Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, and the Co-Founder of Perosphere Inc. Perosphere Inc. is improving drug delivery technology in order to enhance the efficiency of the drugs. They specialize in pharmaceuticals, particularly with “rescue” drugs.
In addition to his contributions to the field of medical research, Sasha Bakhru is in the process of engineering a microcapsule-based platform for investigating the influence of various biochemical and topographical cues on expansion and differentiation. This research has allowed for scientists to track growth and diversity trends.