Sandeep Kakade, MS is a seasoned scientist and biomedical engineering expert in the field of drug/gene/vaccine delivery systems. He has studied and worked in nanomedicine for the past 11 years with more than 8 years of experience carrying out research in nanotechnology-based drug delivery systems for atherosclerosis, cancer and inflammatory diseases.
Prior to joining Cour, he worked as a Nanoparticle Scientist in Lonnie Shea’s lab at The University of Michigan. He has published in major peer-reviewed journals such as Langmuir and International Journal of Pharmaceutics. He has also presented his research findings at multiple research symposiums such as American Institute of Chemical Engineers annual meeting, Society of Biological Engineering’s Bioengineering and Translational Medicine Conference, The Society for Biomaterials Annual Meeting and Controlled Release Society Annual Symposium and Meeting.
Sandeep has a two Master’s degrees; one in Chemical Engineering from Iowa State University and another in Materials Science and Engineering from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bangalore, India.