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Recent Awards

  • 2017 Maddie Dery, RPI Undergraduate Research Symposium First Place, Applied Engineering, "Investigating the Effect of N-linked Carbohydrates on the Retention of mAbs in Chromatography Systems"

  • 2015 Julie Robinson, Preparative Chromatography Symposium Honorable Mention, "Predictive QSAR Models of in silico Designed Fab Fragment Variant Libraries"

  • 2014 Hanne Sophie Karkov, Recovery of Biological Products Best Poster Award, "Investigation of protein selectivity in multimodal chromatography using an in silico designed Fab library"

  • 2013 Kartik Srinivasan, Preparative Chromatography Symposium Best Poster Award, "Fundamental Investigation of Protein Ligand Interactions in Multimodal Chromatography using Single Molecule Force Spectroscopy and Quartz Crystal Microbalance"

  • 2012 Siddharth Parimal, Preparative Chromatography Symposium  third place Best Poster Award, "Mobile Phase Modifier and Temperature Effects in Multimodal Chromatography"



AIChE Graduate Student Separations Award

2011 Ying Hou

2010 Christopher J. Morrison

2004 Kaushal Rege



        ACS BIOT Division Peterson Poster Awards

2009 Melissa Holstein "Understanding protein-ligand interactions in multimodal chromatography using NMR"

2007 Christopher J. Morrison "Investigation of chemically sensitive displacers using robotic High Throughput Screening, SPR, NMR and MD simulations"

2004 Kaushal Rege "Parallel Synthesis and High-Throughput Evaluation of Novel Multivalent Polycations and Cationic Polymers for DNA Binding"

2001 Nihal Tugcu "Anion Exchange displacer discovery using high-throughput screening and quantitative structure efficacy relationship models"


 

 

 

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