Prof. Murthy Elected Fellow of AIMBE

Murthy Lab spinout Quad Technologies launches flagship product
Press release | Quad website

Prof. Murthy Promoted to Full Professor of Chemical Engineering

Prof. Murthy to represent Sherman Center and Northeastern at National Academy Symposium
The Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium is organized annually by the US National Academy of Engineering and attendees are identified following a competitive process.

Prof. Murthy Named to Analytical Chemistry Features Panel
Membership to this Panel is by invitation and its role is to identify authors and topics for featured and review articles that this journal publishes as well as guide the overall direction of the journal.

Murthy Lab Spin Out Named Finalist and Cash Prize Recipient in Mass Challenge
MassChallenge is the world’s largest startup accelerator competition. Quad Technologies was among 26 finalists selected from over 1,200 entering startups and a recipient of the CASIS prize. Press releases: Boston Business Journal; Northeastern News; Boston Globe.

Prof. Murthy Appointed Director of New Center
Prof. Murthy has been appointed Founding Director of the Michael J. and Ann Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education at Northeastern University.

Prof. Murthy on Sabbatical
Prof. Murthy on sabbatical at the Daley lab at Children’s Hospital

Adam Hatch Wins Excellence in Research Award
Adam Hatch has been selected as a recipient for the 2013 Excellence in Research Award for Graduate Students in the Northeastern University College of Engineering.

2012: NSF Graduate Fellowships to Walsh and Chory
Ph.D. student David Walsh and lab alumus Emma Chory have been awarded these prestigious fellowships. More…

Magnetophoresis technology featured in C&E News
Our recent paper is featured in Chemical & Engineering News.

Pulmonary hypertension study featured in editorial
A recent publication has been featured in an editorial article by the Journal of Molecular Medicine. More…

Prof. Murthy appointed ChE Acting Chair
Effective Jan 3, 2012, Prof. Murthy will assume responsibilities as Acting Chair of the Chemical Engineering Department at Northeastern.

Prof. Murthy appointed ChE Associate Chair
Effective Aug 15, 2011, Prof. Murthy will assume responsibilities as Associate Chair of the Chemical Engineering Department at Northeastern.

Prof. Murthy awarded tenure
Effective May 20, 2011, Prof. Murthy has been promoted to Associate Professor and awarded tenure.

Congratulations to Drs. Green and Plouffe!
The newest alumni from the Murthy group, James Green and Brian Plouffe received their doctoral degrees at Commencement in May 2011.

Prof. Murthy featured in Lab on a Chip special issue
This special issue is dedicated to emerging investigators worldwide and includes research articles, biographical profiles and perspectives from the selected group of researchers. More…

Prof. Murthy awarded NIH R01 Grant
Prof. Murthy has been awarded a 3-year, $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to create a new generation of microfluidic systems for a diverse range of applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. NU News Article. More...

Article in FASEB Journal featured on TV
This article describes a device that could potentially be used in cardiovascular disease monitoring. Journal press release. TV news story. NU News article.

Prof. Murthy named CIMIT Site Miner
Northeastern University has joined CIMIT and Prof. Murthy will serve as one of three site miners representing the university. More…

Prof. Murthy wins CoE Outstanding Research Award
The College of Engineering presented the Søren Buus Outstanding Research Award to Prof. Murthy on Sept 16, 2009. This award recognizes individuals, who, by their contributions to knowledge, have brought recognition to themselves, the College, and Northeastern University.

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