Rahul Sarpeshkar, PhD
Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Professor of Molecular and Systems Biology
Thomas E. Kurtz Professor
Professor of Engineering
Professor of Physics
Microbiology and Immunology
Molecular and Systems Biology
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
Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
Rapid modeling of experimental molecular kinetics with simple electronic circuits instead of with complex differential equations.
Cytomorphic Electronic Systems: A review and perspective.
Formulation and Emulation of Quantum-Inspired Dynamical Systems With Classical Analog Circuits.
Measuring and modeling energy and power consumption in living microbial cells with a synthetic ATP reporter.
The Merging of Biological and Electronic Circuits.
A compiler for biological networks on silicon chips.
Can One Concurrently Record Electrical Spikes from Every Neuron in a Mammalian Brain?
A Novel Bioelectronic Reporter System in Living Cells Tested with a Synthetic Biological Comparator.
An Artificial Tissue Homeostasis Circuit Designed via Analog Circuit Techniques.
A Synthetic Microbial Operational Amplifier.