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Satyajyoti Senapati

Satyajyoti Senapati

Research Assistant Professor

Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Research Assistant Professor
College of Engineering

Email: ssenapat@nd.edu

Phone: 574-631-2304

Office: 321 Stinson Remick

Education

Ph.D, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India, 2006

M.S., Chemistry, Gauhati University, Guwahati, India, 1998

Biography

Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Notre Dame (2006-2010)Research Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame (2011-Present)

Recent Publications

A nanomembrane-based nucleic acid sensing platform for portable diagnostics, S. Senapati, S. Basuray, Z. Slouka, L. J. Cheng, H.-C. Chang, Topics in Current Chemistry 2011, 304, 153-170.

Molecular detection of invasive species in heterogeneous mixtures using a microfluidic carbon nanotube platform, A.R. Mahon, M.A. Barnes, S. Senapati, J.L. Feder, J.A. Darling, H.-C. Chang, D.M. Lodge, PLOS One, 2011, 6, e17280.

A Rapid Field-Use Assay for Mismatch Number and Location of Hybridized DNAs, I. F. Cheng, S. Senapati, S. Cheng, S, Basuray, H.C. Chang, H.-C. Chang, Lab-on-a-Chip, 2010,10, 828-831.

Optimized DNA hybridization detection on nanocolloidal particles by dielectrophoresis, Z. Gagnon, S. Senapati, H.-C. Chang, Electrophoresis, 2010, 31, 666-671.

Rapid on-chip genetic detection microfluidic platform for real world applications. S. Senapati, A. R. Mahon, J. Gordon, C. Nowak, S. Sengupta, T. H. Q. Powell, J. Feder, D. M. Lodge, H.-C. Chang, Biomicrofluidics, 2009, 3, 022407-7.

Shear and AC field enhanced carbon nanotube impedance assay for rapid, sensitive, and mismatch-discriminating DNA hybridization, S. Basuray, S. Senapati, A. Aijan, A. Mahon, H.-C. Chang, ACS Nano,  2009, 3, 1823-1830.

Identification and separation of DNA-hybridized nanocolloids by Taylor cone harmonics, X. Cheng, S. Basuray, S. Senapati, H.-C. Chang, Electrophoresis, 2009, 30, 3236-3241.

Dielectrophoretic detection and quantification of hybridized DNA molecules on nano-genetic particles, Z. Gagnon, S. Senapati, J. Gordon, H.-C. Chang, Electrophoresis, 2008, 29, 4804-4812.

Summary of Activities/Interests

We explore and apply non-equilibrium electrokinetic, electrochemical and plasmonic phenomena to develop a low-cost and portable biosensing platform for the detection of nucleic acid (DNA/RNA/microRNA) as well as antibody-antigen biomarkers. We design a range of sensing platform by using simple micro-fabrication, surface modification, gold nanoparticle aggregation, ion-selective nanoporous membrane and nanostructure assemblies. We also work on prototyping integrated diagnostic platform.

News

Researchers to create quick, low-cost cancer diagnostic

August 27, 2019

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have received $2.9 million to develop a new diagnostic platform that could diagnose cancer in as little as three hours by using only one or two drops of blood.

Researchers to create quick, low-cost cancer diagnostic

August 27, 2019

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have received $2.9 million to develop a new diagnostic platform that could diagnose cancer in as little as three hours by using only one or two drops of blood.

Researchers to create quick, low-cost cancer diagnostic

August 27, 2019

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame have received $2.9 million to develop a new diagnostic platform that could diagnose cancer in as little as three hours by using only one or two drops of blood.

Blue-sky Biomedical Projects Launched by New Funding

August 30, 2016

Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics (AD&T), a strategic research initiative at the University of Notre Dame, has announced the recipients of its Discovery Fund awards for 2016. Innovative research includes efforts to treat Parkinson’s disease, understand heart disease and strokes, tackle bacterial drug resistance.

Notre Dame, U.S. Navy Collaborate on New Tool to Diagnose Infectious Diseases

January 12, 2015

Researchers from the University of Notre Dame and the Naval Medical Research Center have signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to collaborate on the engineering and application of a new field-deployable sensor for the detection of infectious disease pathogens, with initial focus on the detection of dengue fever.