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Cherry Gupta, Ph.D.Research ScientistDr. Gupta’s current research is focused on developing translational non-viral drug and gene delivery platforms. As a research scientist at Battelle, she has been leading an internal effort to design, develop and test synthetic nanoparticles. Her areas of expertise include gene and drug delivery, single cell electroporation, understanding of nucleic acid behavior at nanoscale confinement, micro and nanofluidic sensors and various advanced microscopy and characterization techniques.
Steve Risser, Ph.D.Senior Research LeaderSteve Risser is always working to make products stronger, smaller, safer or more functional. Over his 30-year career in materials science, he has been instrumental in the development of dozens of innovations across a diverse range of industries.
Dinusha Siriwardena, Ph.D.Research ScientistDinusha is working on various remediation technologies for PFAS and has significant experience in experimental design and implementation in groundwater remediation, wastewater treatment and energy/sustainability projects.
Anthony GeorgeCyber Principal Investigator and Lead ResearcherAnthony is the lead researcher in the Cyber Trust and Analytics business line and the principal investigator for the Battelle RAICS technology. He received his B.S. in electrical engineering from Ohio University and an M.S. in electrical engineering at the University of Tokyo in Japan. Anthony is an expert in computer vision and non-destructive inspection techniques with six journal publications and five patents internationally.
Mike HeinrichsProgram Manager
Mike Heinrichs is a program manager and chemical engineer in Battelle’s Energy Division, with research interests in carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS); recovery of rare earth elements and critical materials (REE/CM); and in process design, experimentation, modeling, validation and scale up and piloting of early TRL technologies.
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