Rahul Sarpeshkar, PhD
Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Professor of Physiology and Neurobiology
Thomas E. Kurtz Professor
Professor of Engineering
Professor of Physics
Microbiology and Immunology
Physiology and Neurobiology
BS, Electrical Engineering and Physics, MIT
PhD, Computation and Neural Systems, California Institute of Technology
Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Programs
Synthetic analog and digital biological circuits in electri-cigenic and other microbes. Applications of synthetic and systems biology to immunology, infectious disease, and cancer.
NSF CAREER Award
ONR Young Investigator Award
Packard Fellow Award
Junior Bose Teaching Award, MIT
Bioelectronic measurement and feedback control of molecules in living cells.
Guest Editorial - Special Issue on Synthetic Biology.
Synthetic Biology: A Unifying View and Review Using Analog Circuits.
Analog synthetic biology.
Synthetic analog computation in living cells.
Efficient universal computing architectures for decoding neural activity.
A glucose fuel cell for implantable brain-machine interfaces.
An energy-efficient, adiabatic electrode stimulator with inductive energy recycling and feedback current regulation.
A low-power 32-channel digitally programmable neural recording integrated circuit.
An articulatory silicon vocal tract for speech and hearing prostheses.