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New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)


Department of Biomedical Engineering Residential Place


323 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.

NJ, USA 07901

Newark, New Jersey, USA 07102




+1 856 553 5371

Team Category: Current Collaborators

Mohaddeseh Mohammadi

Mohaddeseh began her research as a Ph.D. student at NJIT in spring 2024. She has received her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Sharif University of Technology. Her current research project involves creating and studying how interstitial pressure can regulate cell response in a biomimetic model of solid tumors by applying bioprinting technology and hydrogel engineering to construct the model in the lab and, physical forces will be induced by acoustic waves.

Luc Mongeau

Dr. Mongeau is the professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at McGill University, and an associate member of Department of Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering. His research involves in Biomechanics and Aeroacoustics areas. 

Chen Shen

Dr. Shen is an assistant professor at Rowan University at Mechanical Engineering Department. Dr. Shen works on the intersection between structures and wave propagation, in particular acoustic and elastic waves. The research mainly focuses on developing novel structures to control the propagation of waves in complex media for applications in sensing, acoustics, and healthcare.

Sagnik Basuray

Dr. Basuray is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering in the College of Engineering. He is working collaboratively with many life science researchers to stimulate novel, innovative and potentially high-risk research projects in nano/bio technology areas. His areas of expertise include developing chemical and biological sensors using nano/microfluidics and nanotechnology platforms; studying metal/dielectric/bio interfaces like SERS and Plasmonics; electrodynamic and electrohydrodynamic simulations from bulk to nano.