Ashutosh Chilkoti, Theo Pilkington Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Director of Graduate Studies
Ashutosh Chilkoti is a professor with Duke's Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Director of the Center for Biologically Inspired Materials and Materials Systems (CBIMMS).
My research in biomolecular engineering and biointerface science focuses on the development of new molecular tools and technology's that borrow from molecular biology, protein engineering, polymer chemistry and surface science that we then exploit for the development of applications that span the range from bioseparations, plasmonic biosensors, low-cost clinical diagnostics, and drug delivery.
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Center for Biologically Inspired Materials and Materials systems
- Ph.D., University of Washington, 1991
- B. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, 1985
- Research Interests:
Chilkoti's research focuses on biomolecular materials and biointerface science and emphasizes the development of applications that span the range from bioseparations, biosensors, patterned biomaterials, and targeted drug delivery.
- Areas of Interest:
- Biomolecular materials
Polymer and Protein Engineering
Sensing and Sensor Systems
Cancer diagnostics and therapy
- Awards, Honors, and Distinctions
Pritzker Distinguished Lecture Award, Biomedical Engineering Society, 2013
Clemson Award for Contributions to the Literature, Society for Biomaterials, 2011
Humboldt Senior Researcher Award, Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, 2010
Stansell Family Distinguished Research Award, Duke University Pratt School of Engineering, 2008
Distinguished Research Award, Duke University, Pratt School of Engineering, 2005
Fellows, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering
- BME 570L.001, INTRO BIOMOLECULAR EGR
- Hudson 115A, WF 08:30 AM-09:45 AM
- BME 570L.01L, INTRO BIOMOLECULAR EGR
- Teer P015, F 10:05 AM-01:05 PM
- Recent Publications
- FG Quiroz and A Chilkoti, Sequence heuristics to encode phase behaviour in intrinsically disordered protein polymers., Nature materials, vol. 14 no. 11 (November, 2015), pp. 1164-1171 [doi] [abs].
- Y Qi and A Chilkoti, Protein-polymer conjugation-moving beyond PEGylation., Current opinion in chemical biology, vol. 28 (October, 2015), pp. 181-193 [doi] [abs].
- R Abedini-Nassab, DY Joh, MA Van Heest, JS Yi, C Baker, Z Taherifard, DM Margolis, JV Garcia, A Chilkoti, DM Murdoch and BB Yellen, Characterizing the Switching Thresholds of Magnetophoretic Transistors., Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.), vol. 27 no. 40 (October, 2015), pp. 6176-6180 [doi] [abs].
- E Garanger, SR MacEwan, O Sandre, A BrÃ»let, L Bataille, A Chilkoti and S Lecommandoux, Structural Evolution of a Stimulus-Responsive Diblock Polypeptide Micelle by Temperature Tunable Compaction of its Core, Macromolecules, vol. 48 no. 18 (September, 2015), pp. 6617-6627 [doi] .
- S Roberts, M Dzuricky and A Chilkoti, Elastin-like polypeptides as models of intrinsically disordered proteins., FEBS letters, vol. 589 no. 19 Pt A (September, 2015), pp. 2477-2486 [doi] [abs].