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Dr. Chaudhuri holds Associate Professor positions in the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Institute of Material Sciences (IMS) at the University of Connecticut. He is formally trained in Chemical and Mechanical Engineering disciplines and focus on solving problems of pharmaceutical significance with a rigor of engineering approaches. Dr. Chaudhuri’s research program is primarily focused in unraveling the behavior of granular material which poses fundamental conceptual challenges. Granular flow impacts numerous unit operations pertinent to pharmaceutical manufacturing and further study is needed to better understand how it will impact these operations. Dr. Chaudhuri, and his graduate and undergraduate students, in several Government and Industrially funded projects, are involved in using fundamental knowledge of granular mechanics to understand, design, model and scale-up various unit operations such as Coating, Granulation, Milling, Drying, Mixing and Tableting which are key processes in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
granular flow, Computational Fluid Dynamics, CFD based models for environmental/biomedical, evaluation of blood flow in cardiovascular system, exposure to second hand smoke, green tobacco sickness, pollutants and biohazardous materials,
Saurabh Sarkar, Janet Cho and Bodhisattwa Chaudhuri
Research Article: J Develop Drugs 2014, 3:123