Raji Sundararajan

Raji Sundararajan

Dr Raji Sundararajan is an Associate Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Department, Purdue University, since fall 2006. She obtained her initial training on electroporation at Johns Hopkins Medical School and has been doing research on electroporation for the past several years. She has authored/co-authored over 130 publications and has won several research and teaching awards and honors. She was the recipient of the 2010 Indiana 'Women & Hi-Tech' award for 'Distinguished use of technology in healthcare Life Science' and won prestigious, one year (2010-11) fellowship to study regenerative medicine therapy using optoinjection and electroporation techniques at Purdue. She is a reviewer of NIH, NSF, US International Science & Technology Center, and US National Research Council proposals and various journals including International Journal of Cancer, Molecular Biotechnology, Journal of Biomedical Microdevices, Journal of Anticancer drugs, a number of IEEE Transactions and Journal of Electrostatics, etc. She is continually invited for keynote, workshop, panel moderator, invited talks, etc. for many conferences. Dr. Sundararajan, an IEEE Senior Member, is very active in various IEEE societies, including serving as Associate Editor of an IEEE Transactions and chairing two IEEE Standards task forces. A fellow of Institution of Engineers, India, Dr. Sundararajan is also the Conference Chair for IEEE International Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena (CEIDP - 2010 and 2011) and the President of Electrostatics Society of America (ESA-2009, 10, and 11) both with sessions on biomedical applications of electrical phenomena.

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Purdue University, USA

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