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ChE Associate Professor Ed Goluch has been invited to give a Plenary Talk at the 2019 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) conference in November on “Electrochemical Sensors for Multiplexed Infection Detection and Monitoring”.
ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch was awarded a patent for creating a "Diagnostic system and process for rapid bacterial infection diagnosis". Abstract Source: USPTO Methods and devices for monitoring the viability of a biofilm comprising Pseudomonas Aeruginosa bacteria are provided by detecting pyocyanin. The invention relates to electrochemical methods and devices that offer a simple […]
Chemical Engineering PhD student Pranali Buch, advised by Professor Edgar Goluch, recently had her review paper “Treating Polymicrobial Infections in Chronic Diabetic Wounds” published in Clinical Microbiology Reviews.
ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch created the company QSM Diagnostics to help diagnose bacterial infections in animals quickly which would allow for faster treatments.
Research Scientist at the Wyss Institute and current ChE graduate student Daniel Wiegand’s research was featured in the ACS Synthetic Biology article “Establishing a Cell-Free Vibrio natriegens Expression System” for using super fold GFP as a read-out for tweaking a multitude of parameters in order to retain sustained protein expression in the cell-free reaction over a long period of time.
ChE Associate Professor Ed Goluch was featured in the Northeastern Magazine’s article “Faster, Cheaper, Better” for taking an idea of an early infection detection system and bringing it to market. His company, QSM Diagnostics, is developing a medical device that will detect bacterial infections in less than five minutes compared to the current three days. […]
ChE Associate Professor Ed Goluch gave a talk at the Third Annual Single Cell Analysis USA Congress in Boston on “Isolating Bacterial Cells and Measuring Metabolites Using Sub-Microfluidic Systems,” which discusses the unique challenges of bacterial cell analysis at the single cell level given their small size and motility.
Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2016-2017 academic school year. Faculty Fellow Edward Beighley, CEE Yun Raymond Fu, ECE Tommaso Melodia, ECE Rising Star Staff Award Erin Schnepp, Undergraduate Academic Advising Carolina Venegas-Martinez, CEE Outstanding Teachers of First Year […]
3DFortify founded by MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & PhD student Josh Martin selected as a $50K Gold prize winner and QSM Diagnostics founded by ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch awarded silver prize winner in the MassChallenge.
3DFortify founded by MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & PhD student Josh Martin and QSM Diagnostics founded by ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch were selected as MassChallenge finalists.
Sagar Kamarthi (MIE) has been selected as a panel speaker and Andrew Myers (CEE), Yunsi Fei (ECE), & Edgar Goluch (ChE) have been invited to participate at the National Academy of Engineering's eighth Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) symposium.
ChE Professor Ed Goluch will give an invited talk on “Monitoring Infections using Electrochemical Sensors that Detect Bacterial Metabolites” at SELECTBIO-Point of Care Diagnostics Conference in Madrid.
The Goluch Group presented its research at PittCon, the world's leading conference for laboratory science.
Che Professor & Chair Thomas Webster was the editor for the new on-line book Nanomedicine published by Henry Stewart Talks. The book contains 16 chapters by NEU professors Mansoor Amiji (Pharm and ChemE), Ed Goluch (ChemE), Ke Zhang (Chemistry), and Mauro Ferrari (Houston Methodist Research Institute and ChemE).
ChE Assistant Professor Edgar Goluch's group featured in Chemistry World for their recent article on "Electrochemically monitoring the antibiotic susceptibility of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms".
ChE Assistant Professor Ed Goluch selected to be a part of Analytical Methods's inaugural class of emerging investigators.
18 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY16 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 11 different projects representing over $400K dollars of investment in research.
Chemical Engineering Assistant Professor Edgar Goluch was awarded a $770K grant by the National Science Foundation to create a Nano-Constriction Device to automatically isolate and cultivate microbes in their own habitat. With the new device, Goluch and co-principal researcher Slava Epstein aim to develop a modern technique to cultivate microorganisms, featuring a growth chamber with a single sub-micrometer […]
19 COE faculty were recipients of FY15 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 11 different projects representing over $500K dollars of investment in research.
Twenty-four high school students listened intently as civil and environmental engineering assistant professor Matthew Eckelman presented his research on modeling the energy inputs and outputs of commercial products and processes. At the end of the lecture, Eckelman revealed a surprising fact. “Seventeen years ago I was where you are now,” he told the students, who gathered in […]
22 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY14 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 14 different research projects.
Band-aid technology has made incremental improvements in the years since its commercial introduction in the late 1960s, the most important of which has been the incorporation of antibiotics into the nonadhesive padding. But imagine if adhesive bandages could do more than passively prevent the growth of bacteria — imagine if they could monitor a wound […]
27 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY13 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 21 different research projects.
ChE Assistant Professor Edgar Goluch was awarded a $174K NSF grant to use nanofluidic electrochemical detection and optics as an improved method for studying individual bacterial cells.
28 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY12 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 18 different research projects.
DiPietro Assistant ProfessorThe Department of Chemical Engineering welcomes Dr. Edgar Goluch, the newest faculty member, who will be joining us in the fall 2010 semester. Dr. Goluch was attracted to the Department due to its focus on interdisciplinary research and its eagerness towards expansion. Dr. Edgar Goluch received his B.S. in chemical engineering from the […]