The NanoBios Lab is an integral part of the Department of Bioscience and Bioengineering at IIT Bombay. Our research is focused on three main areas: Sensors & Devices, Cancer and Nanoenabled Orthopedic applications. We explore the material properties, characterizing nanostructured materials to study and apply the use of nanotechnology to advance in the healthcare areas. Our interdisciplinary work combines biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, chemistry, and materials science. We have industrial collaborations and our products focus on healthcare of developing nations. Our dedicated team of researchers have received many awards also due to their innovative work.
Dr. Rohit Srivastava is currently working as a Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.
Dr. Srivastava completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics Engineering from VNIT Nagpur in 1999 with distinction and was the recipient of scholarship of merit for graduating students for the year. He joined Tata Consultancy Services, SEEPZ, Mumbai for a short duration of a year. Not finding satisfaction in what he was doing, he decided to complete higher studies in the US. He subsequently went on to finish a Master of Science and a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA, USA for which he received the best student of the year award in 2005.
Dr Srivastava's lab is the proud recipient of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation GCE Phase 1 starting May 2013. He has been conferred the Sr IYBA award in May 2013. He has received the INAE Young ociateship in 2013. He has received the prestigious INAE Young Engineer Award 2010. He is also the recipient of the prestigious DBT-IYBA 2009 award. He has also been elected a Member of the National Academy of Sciences, 2011. Further, he has been awarded the Young Investigator awards from IIT Bombay (2010), DAE (2006) and DST (2006) and is also the recipient of technical awards from Intellectual Ventures Asia Pte Ltd. Dr Srivastava's lab has been placed third in the prestigious Healthcare Innovation World Cup organized by HIT Lab on solutions to management of diabetes with a cash award of $5000. Dr Srivastava's lab is also the winner of prestigious Samsung Innovation Award 2012 organized by IIT Delhi (August 2012) for innovation Drishti: The universal eye glasses and received cash award of INR 1,50,000 and Trophy for institute.
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