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Ranganathan Parthasarathy, Ph.D.

Research Associate at Tennessee State University
Ph.D. Bioengineering, University of Kansas
Graduate Research Assistant, Drs. Misra & Spencer
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While at the BERC, Dr. Parthasarathy served as both a Graduate Teaching Assistant and a Graduate Research Assistant. He won second place in the 2013 Graduate Engineering Division Sigma Xi Competition. The Sigma Xi competition requires a submission of a virtual research presentation, which is reviewed by leading career scientists. He graduated with his Bioengineering doctorate in August 2013. He earned his M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Currently, he is a Research Associate in the Department of Physics & Mathematics at Tennessee State University in Nashville.

Selected Publications

Abedin, F., Q. Ye, H.J. Good, R. Parthasarathy, and P. Spencer. 2014. “Polymerization- and Solvent-Induced Phase Separation in Hydrophilic-rich Dentin Adhesive Mimic.” Acta Biomaterialia, 10: 3038-3047. Abstract.

Misra, A., R. Parthasarathy, Q. Ye, V. Singh, and P. Spencer. 2014. “Swelling equilibrium of dentin adhesive polymers formed on the water-adhesive phase boundary: Experiments and micromechanical model.” Acta Biomaterialia, 10(1): 330-42. Abstract.

Misra, A., R. Parthasarathy, V. Singh, and P. Spencer. 2013. "Micro-poromechanics model of fluid-saturated chemically active fibrous media." Zeitschrift of Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik (August).

Misra, A., R. Parthasarathy, V. Singh, and P. Spencer. 2013. "Poromechanics parameters of fluid-saturated chemically active fibrous media derived from a micromechanical approach." Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics 3(4): 04013002.

Parthasarathy, R., A. Misra, J.G. Park, Q. Ye, P. Spencer, and J. Laurence. 2012. “Diffusion Coefficients of Water and Leachables in Methacrylate-based Crosslinked Polymers using Absorption Experiments.” Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 23(5): 1157-72. Abstract.

Singh, V., A. Misra, R. Parthasarathy, Q. Ye, and P. Spencer. 2014. “Viscoelastic Properties of Collagen-Adhesive Composites under Water-saturated and Dry Conditions.”  Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A. Abstract.

Singh V., A. Misra, R. Parthasarathy, Q. Ye, J.G. Park, and P. Spencer. 2013. “Mechanical Properties of Methacrylate Based Model Dentin Adhesives: Effect of Loading Rate and Moisture Exposure.” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials, 101(8): 1437-43. Abstract.

Spencer, P., Q. Ye, J. Park, A. Misra, B.S. Bohaty, V. Singh, R. Parthasarathy, F. Sene, S. Goncalves, and J.S. Laurence. 2012. “Durable bonds at the adhesive/dentin interface: an impossible mission or simply a moving target?” Brazilian Dental Science, 15(1): 4-18. Abstract.

Ye, Q., R. Parthasarathy, F. Abedin, J.S. Laurence, A. Misra, and P. Spencer. 2013. "Multivariate analysis of attenuated total reflection-fourier transform infrared (ATR/FTIR) spectroscopic data to confirm phase partitioning in methacrylate-based dentin adhesive." Applied Spectroscopy, 67(12): 1473-8.

Ye, Q., J. Park, J.S. Laurence, R. Parthasarathy, A. Misra, and P. Spencer.  2011. “Ternary phase diagram of model dentin adhesive exposed to over-wet environments.” Journal of Dental Research, 90(12): 1434-8. Abstract.

Ye, Q., J.G. Park, F. Pamatmat, A. Misra, J.S. Laurence, R. Parthasarathy, O. Marangos, and P. Spencer. 2012. “Quantitative Analysis of Aqueous Phase Composition of Model Dentin Adhesives Experiencing Phase Separation.” Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials, 100B(4): 1086-92. Abstract.

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