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Computer Application and Image Processing Lab

PI :Dr. Neeraj Sharma

Students :Munendra Singh (Ph.D.) ; RomelBhattacharjee (Ph.D.) ; ChiranjeevSagar (Ph.D.)

Polymer Engineering Lab

PI : Prof. NiraMishra

Students :Balavigneswaran C.K. (Ph.D.) ; Mr. Kaushal Kumar Mahato (Ph.D.)

Biomechanics Lab

PI :Dr. Sanjay Kr. Rai

Students : Nishant Kr. Singh (Ph.D.) ; Chandan Kr. Chaubey (Ph.D.) ; Rati (Ph.D.)

Molecular Biology and Nanotechnology Lab /
Nano-therapeutics and Bio-devices Lab

Lab-in-charge :Dr.Marshal

Electrophysiology Lab

PI :Prof. RanjanaPatnaik

Students :Sumedha Mukherjee (Ph.D.) ; Gaurav Kumar (Ph.D.) ; Alok Tiwari (Ph.D.) ; Chandrakant Singh Tekam  (Ph.D.)

Objective :The lab focuses on cerebral circulation, neruophysiology, neurological disorders and neuroprotection.

Ongoing Research(es)  :Neurodegenerative diseases and neuroprotection; Molecular biology of Neurological disorders

Outcome (Till Date) :Low cost hearing aid; Android operated caregiver bed; Electromagnetic healing apparatus; Dynamic cerebral pressure modelling; phytochemicals as potent drugs in Stroke (MCAO, TBI) model

LAB Facilities :HPLC-ECD; Laser Doppler Blood Flow Monitor; Non-invasive Blood Pressure Monitor; Tissue Oxygenation Monitor; Probe Sonicator; -20 Freezer; Rota Rod

Bioinstrumentation and Signal Processing Lab


Microprocessor  and Transducers and Instrumentation Lab

PI :Dr. Neeraj Sharma

Students :Jitendra Singh Parihar (Ph.D), Uvanesh K. (Ph.D), SakshaShinde (Ph.D.)

Ongoing Researches :1. "Non-invasive visualization of lung parameters using multiple sensors for early diagnosis of respiratory distress syndrome in newborns"
2. "Specific Molecule/Component(s) Detection (Non-Invasive and/or minimum Invasive)"
3. "Design and implementation of portable ECG and heart-rate measurement device"

Outcome (Till Date) :Non-invasive blood glucose meter based on modulated Ultrasound & Optical technique. (Patent filed)


LAB Facilities :NI LabVIEW 2016, NI Elvis II, Myo-Control Trainer Kit, 
iWorx Bioinstrumentation Sensor Package,
AvantesUv-Vis Spectroscopy,
AD instruments 16 channel data acquisition system (with ECG, EMG, EEG, Blood Flow meter, Respiratory measurement kit, Wi-Balance board, Pulse oximetry, Cardiac microphone, Sphygmomanometer, Temperature & IR-Plethysmograph)
Microprocessor and Microcontroller trainer kits with various interfacing modules,
Raise3D N1 (3D printer),
Scientech's Various Analog and digital trainer kits,
Scientech's Bioinstrumentation Trainer kit,
Scientech's Signal Conditioning trainer kit,
Reflow Soldering Station,
PCB designing.

Biological Control System Lab

PI :Dr.Shiru Sharma

Students :HemlataShakya(Ph.D.),Alok Prakash(Ph.D.),Nitesh Singh Malan(Ph.D.),TareshSarveshSharan (Ph.D.)

Objective :Design and Development of Electronic Circuits and various Instrumentation & Control Schemes/Strategies.

Ongoing Researches :Application of EMG Signal for muscle fatigue analysis and Prosthetic Hand  control

Outcome (Till Date) :Implemented Proportional Control Strategy for Prosthetic Hand Movement using the developed EMG Sensor and 3D Printed Raptor Hand.

LAB Facilities :Four Channel Wireless EMG System,NILabview with DAQ and myoelectric trainer kit hardware support,Reflow Soldering station,opticalworkbench,different transducer kits,arbitrary signal generators,Digital Storage Oscilloscopes,BreadboardKits,Control Kits

Tissue Engineering and Bio-microfluidics Lab


PI :Dr.Sanjeev Kr. Mahto

Students :1. Mr. KiranYellappaVajanthri (PhD Scholar)
2. Ms. SuruchiPoddar (PhD Scholar)
3. Mr. Ajay Kumar Sahi (PhD Scholar)
4. Ms. NeelimaVarshney (PhD Scholar)

                    5. Mr. Sankaranarayanan S (PhD Scholar)

Objective :Research interests of TEBM lab forges multidisciplinary teams covering expertise ranging from core engineering and biomaterials discovery to the in-depth understanding of human physiological systems. The primary research areas include recreation of three-dimensional (3D) tissue constructs and functional entities of complex organs, biomaterial scaffolds, 3D bioprinting, biocompatibility assessment and characterization of microengineered tissue reconstructs, and testing of their physiological compatibility upon implantation in the animal models. In addition, we focus on integrating microfluidics technology with tissue engineering and implementing them in fabricating on-chip tissue and organ models. Fabrication of biomedical microelectromechanical systems (Bio-MEMs) and lab-on-a-chip platforms for low-cost point-of-care diagnostics and biosensor development is one among our major goals.

Ongoing Researches :1. Development of microfluidic tools for neuromuscular synaptogenesis and nanotoxicological studies.
2. Skeletal muscle tissue engineering.
3. Corneal tissue engineering for fabrication of physiological-level functional implants.
4. Three-dimensional bioprinting of physiologically-relevant functional tissues.
5. Development and characterization of optically sensitive mammalian cells for tissue engineering applications.

Outcome (Till Date) :The lab has successfully established primary culture conditions of a number of cells, including embryonic cortical, spinal neurons, hepatocytes and skeletal muscle cells. In addition, the lab routinely performs culturing of a variety of secondary cell lines to meet the deliverables of the research projects. Furthermore, we have designed and fabricated a variety of microfluidic platforms, in particular, concerning to microfluidic models of neuromuscular junctions, neural tissue arrays and liver sinusoids. Recently, TEBM lab has established a custom-designed automated 3D bioprinting system and fabricated a prototype of physiologically functional 3D skeletal muscle tissues.

LAB Facilities :Cell culture facilities: biosafety cabinet, CO2 incubator, ultra-low -80 degree Celsius  freezer.Microscopy facilities: Inverted DIC and Fluorescence microscope.
Microfluidics-related facilities: Spin coater, Tensile testing machine, syringe pump, LCR meter.