Biomaterials Processing  Laboratory
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Professor Mohan Edirisinghe

The major research aspirations of a strong team working in the laboratory are publishing papers in high impact journals, seeking more internal/external collaboration, securing patents/forming spin-off companies, obtaining more support from grant-awarding bodies, charities, industry and contributing to outreach activities.

Professor Edirisinghe, Mohan

Dr. Illangakoon, Upulitha Eranka
Dr. Lau, Wai Keith
Dr. Luo, Chaojie
Dr. Mahalingam, Suntharavathanan
Dr. Parhizkar, Maryam

Amir, Amalina
Brako, Francis

Crabbe-Mann, Maryam
Hong, Xianze
Jiang, Xin Yue
Karimpoor, Mahroo
Kothandaraman, Anjana
Mak, Felix Hin Wing
Matharu, Rupy
Pan,Xiang
Shams,Talayeh
Xu, Zewen
Zhang, Siqi
Zhang, Yue

Grego, Timea

Novel materials processing and forming biomaterials, manufacturing, encapsulation, therapeutics, food engineering, orthopaedics and tissue engineering.
Pharmaceutical engineering.
Generating layered therapeutic structures (AtoCap, UCLB spin-off company sponsored).
Novel electrohydrodynamic devices for healthcare.
Novel processes and devices for manufacturing functional nano-fibres (EPSRC sponsored).
Nanoparticle drug delivery platforms (EPSRC sponsored).

Making graphene fibres and composites.
Use of pressurised gyration to produce nano-fibres incorporating therapeutic bio-agents (vaginal drug delivery).
Spinning cellulose derivatives.
Preparing novel polymeric structures using gyration methods.
Novel microfluidic device arrangements to make bubbles and particles.
Microbubbles for gastrointestinal system.
Experimental and computational analysis of bubble generation.
Eye blinking dynamics.
Novel manufacture of functional biomaterials for healthcare, particularly water/air filters.
Experimental and computational analysis of new microfluidic devices.
Electrohydrodynamic forming of poly-pharmacy structures.
Novel prepration of antibacterial nano-fibres.
Smart Fibrous structure preparation by gyration.
Making drug delivery particles.

Experimental and technical support.

Graduated with UCL PhDs:

Dongyang Sun, Sunthar Mahlingam, Suren Samarisinghe, Ketan Pancholi, Xiang Li, Anushini Muthutantri, Uthumankandu Farook, Raheleh Bakhshi, Ming-wei Chang, Marjan Enayati, Chaojie Luo, Bhairav Patel, Manoochehr Rasekh, Zeynep Ekemen, Oguzhan Gunduz, Adam Bohr, Bilal Ahmed, Maryam Parhizkar, Panagiotis Sofokleous, Sumeryra Gun, Hanif Ghanbar, Tian Liang, Megdi El Tayeb, Hafeez Hashimdeen, Anouska, Nithyanandan, Keith Lau, Israfil Kucuk, Mehrdad Azmin, Ahmet Topcu.

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