10th Asia Pacific Global Summit on Healthcare
Singapore City, singapore
National Institute of Technology, India
Sudip Dasgupta is currently working as an Assistant Professor in Ceramic Engineering at National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India. He has obtained his PhD degree in Materials Science from Washington State University, WA, USA in the field of nanostructured calcium phosphate based bone substitute materials and drug delivery system. He had also worked as a Research Associate at Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, India in the field of synthesis of layered double based organic-inorganic composite nano-vector for delivery of anti-cancerous drug molecule to tumor cells. His research interest is mainly focused on synthesis of nanomaterials using different wet chemical and advanced synthesis routes, its processing, characterization and evaluation of its physical, surface, chemical, mechanical and biological property. He has more than 12 years of experience in mammalian cell culture and other molecular biology based research techniques.