Samir Mitragotri

Samir Mitragotri

Founding Director of the Center for Bioengineering at University of California , Santa Barbara

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Location:
552 University Rd, Santa Barbara, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(805) 893-8000

General Information

Education

Science , American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering

Science , National Academy of inventors

B.S.  - Institute of Chemical Technology

MIT Ph.D.  - MIT

MIT PhD  - University of California , Santa Barbara

MS  - chemical engineering , MIT

MS  - chemical engineering , Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ph.D.  - Chemical Engineering , Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Affiliations

Scientific Advisory Board Member  - OliX Pharmaceuticals Inc

Scientific Advisor  - Seventh Sense Biosystems Inc

Board Member  - Controlled Release Society Inc

Faculty  - Harvard University

Core Faculty Member  - Wyss Institute

Scientific Advisory Board Member  - Convoy Therapeutics Inc

Scientific Advisory Board Member  - EnduRx Pharmaceuticals Inc

Member of the Scientific Advisory Board  - Follica Inc.

Board of Trustees Member  - Gordon Research Conferences incorporated

Elected Fellow  - American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

Elected Member  - National Academy of Inventors

Elected Fellow  - American Association for the Advancement of Science

Member of the Editorial Boards  - European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Elected Fellow  - American Association of Advancement

Elected Member  - National Academy of Sciences

Elected Member  - National Academy of Medicine

Elected Fellow  - AAPS

Elected Fellow  - BMES

Elected Fellow  - CRS

Cofounder  - Sontra Medical Corporation

Executive Board Member  - ARLANXEO LLC

Elected Fellow  - Biomedical Engineering Society

Elected Fellow  - American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists

Founder  - Mass. , company

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"It's a very innovative way to improve the technology, increasing the amount of drug that can be delivered through the skin and expanding the types of drugs that could be delivered this way," said Samir Mitragotri, a professor of chemical engineering at the University of California at Santa Barbara, who was not part of the research team.

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"It's a very innovative way to improve the technology, increasing the amount of drug that can be delivered through the skin and expanding the types of drugs that could be delivered this way," says Samir Mitragotri, a professor of chemical engineering at the University of California at Santa Barbara, who was not part of the research team.

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Samir Mitragotri
Professor, UC Santa Barbara Skin biology,

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