Assistant Professor, Portland State University
Nanoscale Metrology and Nanoelectronics
Dr. Shalini Prasad is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer engineering at Portland State University. She is the director of the Biomedical Microdevices and Nanotechnology Lab. The research focus of the lab is the development of biosensors for health care, environmental and defense applications. Platform based sensors are being developed by integrating functional nanomaterial to micro fabricated platforms. Detection is achieved using electrical and optical methods.
S. K. Padigi, R. K. K. Reddy and S. Prasad, “Carbon Nanotube-Based Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Sensor”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, doi:10.1016/j.bios.2006.02.023 (2006)
S. K. Padigi, K. Asante, V. S. R. Kovvuri, R. K. K. Reddy, A. La Rosa and S. Prasad, “Micro-photonic Cylindrical Waveguide-Based Protein Biosensor”, J.Nanotechnology 17, 4384-4390, (2006).
S. Prasad, and J. Quijano, “Development of Nanostructured Biomedical Micro-drug Testing Device Based on In-Situ Cellular Activity Monitoring”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 21, 1219–1229, (2006)
X.Zhang, S.Prasad, S.Niyogi, A.Morgan, R.Haddon, M.Ozkan, and C.S.Ozkan. “Hybrid Neurite Growth on Patterned Carbon Nanotube Substrates”, Sensors and Actuators B, 106 (2), 843-850 (2005)
S.Prasad, X. Zhang, C.S. Ozkan and M.Ozkan. “Cell Based Microarray Sensors for Environmental Sensing”. Electrophoresis, 25 (21-22), 3746-3760.(2004).
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