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Paul Takhistov
Address: Department of Food Science
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Phone: 732-932-9611 X238
Email: takhistov AT aesop.rutgers.edu
 
His research interests are in understanding the physico-chemical interactions between multiphase matrices with biotic and abiotic materials, in order to allow rational choice and manipulation of materials improving their safety and quality. His group is currently performing several research projects focused on the development of nanostructured functional materials for biodetection and advance drug delivery applications. Additional research interests: application of nanofluidics and non-linear electrokinetic phenomena for advanced material functionalization. Some other projects include biosensors development for biosecurity applications, modeling of the microbial population dynamics in extreme environments; studying of pathogens adhesion to the nano-structured surfaces during biofilm development and investigating the effects of electro-magnetic field on bacterial inactivation.
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