Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering News

Zachariah Receives Regulatory Science Innovation Award

Zachariah Receives Regulatory Science Innovation Award

Professor Michael Zachariah.
Professor Michael Zachariah.

The University of Maryland Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (M-CERSI) has awarded Department of Chemical and Biomolecular engineering professor Michael Zachariah (joint, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry) one of its two 2013-2014 Innovation Awards. Zachariah's proposal was titled "Absolute Protein and Protein Aggregate Concentration Measurement."

M-CERSI's Innovation Awards promote new approaches to U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) training or research that will advance the development of regulatory science, the techniques used to review, evaluate and approve drugs and medical devices.

Zachariah and his research group will use the funding to support their demonstration of electrospray differential mobility analysis (ES-DMA) as a tool to quantify protein aggregation, and as an absolute number concentration primary standard for protein with a projected uncertainty of less than five percent.

Learn more about M-CERSI
Visit Professor Zachariah's web site

November 19, 2013

Prev   Next

Current Headlines

Hybrid Electrolyte Bridges Gap Between Aqueous and Non-aqueous Battery Technology

Clark School Researchers Recognized for Exceptional Inventions

ChBE Undergrad Adam Ferrick Receives ASPIRE Award

The Clark School Celebrates Women's History Month

Maryland Energy Innovation Institute Awards Three Energy Fellowships

Sandwich Battery with ‘Melty’ Layer is Safe, Robust

2018 ARPA-E Summit to Showcase UMD Innovations

UMD’s Woehl Research Group Wins Grant to Explore Stability of Nanocomposites