Danish J. Malik

Loughborough University, United Kingdom


My research interests lie in applying principles of chemical engineering science to problems in healthcare and the life sciences. Analysis of transport phenomena is coupled with studies of adsorption dynamics and surface reactions. Fundamental understanding of such processes should result in the rational design of devices/systems for a wide variety of applications e.g. in bioseparations, development of biocompatible artificial organs and biosensors. Application of chemical engineering principles to combat healthcare associated infections (HCAIs). Environmental surveillance monitoring using biosensors coupled with statistical process control strategies to combat HCAIs. Strategies for environmental decontamination specifically the use of hydrogen peroxide vapour and non-thermal (cold) atmospheric plasma decontamination processes. Diagnostics for detecting pathogenic organisms both in the environment as well as for clinical diagnosis and treatment.

Biography Updated on 27 February 2013

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