Banerjee Lab (or ExCEL as we call it) 2012 Group Photo. First Row: (L to R) Luciana Morone, Sierra Barner, Dr. Banerjee, Hikaru Mamiya, Dr. Sankaramanivel Sundararaj, Dr. Joe Candiello. Second Row: (L to R) Saik Kia Goh, Keith Task, Shibin Mathew, Thomas Richardson.
RECENT LAB NEWS
Dr. Banerjee will speak at the 2014 NIH Common Fund High-Risk High-Reward Symposium at the NIH campus, Bethesda, MD on December 17, 2014. The talk will focus on the accomplishments of the lab under the NIH New Innovator Award. Read the abstract here. This was an eventful year for the lab with several impactful publications and this is a remarkable way to showcase the accomplishments in their entirety.
Dr. Banerjee received the National Science Foundation (NSF) Early-Concept Grants for Exploratory Research (EAGER) entitled "Systems Analysis of Signaling Pathways towards Robust Differentiation". The award is for 1 year at $100,000. Read more ....
ExCEL Lab at TERMIS Annual Meeting 2014: We had multiple podium presentations at TERMIS Annual Meeting in Washington DC. Research projects by graduate students Keith Task, Thomas Richardson and Saik Kia Goh were presented.
ExCEL Lab at AIChE Annual Meeting in Atlanta: We had multiple podium presentations at AIChE. Research projects by Graduate students Keith Task, Shibin Mathew, Thomas Richardson and Saik Kia Goh were presented. Our undergraduates Sierra Barner and Kimaya Padgaonkar presented posters in the undergraduate poster session. Kimaya Padgaonkar won 3rd place in the undergraduate poster competition in the "Sustainability category". Congratulations Kimaya!
Shibin Mathew won the Braskem Inc. Fellowship for 2014 given to outstanding PhD students of the ChemE department. Kudos to Shibin!
Undergrad Sierra Barner won the best interdisciplinary poster at Science 2014 sponsored by the Pitt Chapter of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society. Kudos to Sierra!
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Apply for Graduate student or Post-doctoral Research Position !
We have opening for multiple PhD and Post-doctoral positions. Background in Chemical Engineering or Bioengineering will be preferred. Research topics include (but not limited to):
- High throughput analysis of differentiating stem cells
- Quantitative analysis of stochastic differentiation process
- Systems theory of signaling pathways
- Optimization based algorithm development for network analysis
Please contact Dr. Banerjee at firstname.lastname@example.org