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Graduate Student

New Brunswick, NJ
March 25, 2018

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Abhinav Dulur

Plainsboro, NJ 609-***-****



Rutgers University, Biomedical Engineering New Brunswick, NJ

Masters of Engineering GPA: 3.61/4.0 May 2019

Bachelors of Science GPA: 3.64/4.0 Cum Laude May 2017

Honors: Deans List: Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016


Graduate Research Assistant January 2018-Present

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School – Department of Pathology New Brunswick, NJ

Contributing member of a research team working on vibrational OCT and the effect on biofilms, particularly with the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus.

Undergraduate Research Assistant June 2016-September 2017

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School – Department of Neuroscience New Brunswick, NJ

Contributing member of a research team working on the ELAV proteins and the effect of RNA binding proteins on post-transcriptional modification.

Primary responsibilities included: Transformations, Transfections, RNA Isolation, Cell Culture, DNA Purification.

Database Intern June 2014-September 2014

New Solutions Inc. New Brunswick, NJ

Identified and updated key information of health care professionals within the Physicians Database.

Examined and validated multiple sources of information for various projects.

Analyzed and utilized such information to generate maps that represent locations of various health centers within New Jersey.


Development of a Tribotester, Senior Design Project September 2016-May 2017

Designed, developed, and manufactured a tribotester for measuring frictional forces and examining wear of biological tissues and artificial biomaterials.

Project involved hands-on design, assembly of components, as well as interfacing and programming with electronics/computers.

Bone Segmentation Image Processing Algorithm, Bioimaging Methods September 2017-December 2017

Developed an image segmentation algorithm to segment bone from knee MRI scans using the watershed technique with internal and external markers.

Portable Pacemaker Device Feasibility Study, Applied Clinical Electrophysiology September 2017-December 2017

Conducted a feasibility study and proposed a high-level design and proof of concept on a portable pacemaker device.


Software/Programming: Matlab, Python, Mathematica,R, Microsoft, Maple, ImageJ, Biopac, Simulink, HTML, VCarve Pro, Pspice

Lab Experience: Cell Culture, Gel Electrophoresis, PCR, EKG, EOG, EMG, Immunohistochemistry, Transformation, Transfection, DNA/RNA Purification, Polysome Fractionation, ELISA, Western Blot


Red Cross, Member January 2015-Present

Plainsboro Public Library, Volunteer September 2009-May 2016


Biomedical Devices/System Bio-Imaging Methods

Bioelectric Systems Biomaterials

Applied Clinical Electrophysiology Biomechanics

Artificial Implants Principles of Drug Delivery

Biosignal Processing Nano and Micro Bio-Interfaces

Bioimaging Methods

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