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Dr. Anusuya Das is an experienced researcher in biomedical engineering. She has worked on several projects involving microfluidics, computational biology, stem cell recruitment, regenerative medicine, biomaterials, and tissue engineering. She has worked in Africa and India on global health matters on multiple projects. Dr. Das has published several paper in peer-reviewed journals and given multiple invited talks in international conferences.
She is currently a patent agent at Barnes and Thornburg LLP, where she assists with patent prosecution and preparation, including drafting applications, conducting searches and responding to formal actions. She is also an Adjunct Faculty Member at Indiana University, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, where she designs and teaches novel courses at the intersection of engineering and public health. She is an advocate for diversifying access to STEM education and serves as the chair of the STEM Board at Health & Science Innovations.
Dr. Das received her BSE in Bioengineering at Arizona State University, and her PhD in Biological Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and will be pursuing a JD at the School of Law at Indiana University, Indianapolis.