Carlos Rinaldi

carlos-rinaldiProfessor, Charles A. Stokes Term & Sr. Associate Chair
PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering | Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Dr. Rinaldi’s research is focused on advancing the understanding and biomedical applications of suspensions of magnetic nanoparticles. Of particular interest are situations where the particles respond to magnetic fields by rotating, exerting forces/torques on biological structures, or dissipating the energy of the magnetic field in the form of heat. Work in Dr. Rinaldi’s lab spans theoretical and simulation investigation of magnetic nanoparticle response to magnetic fields, nanoparticle synthesis and modification, characterization of nanoparticle physical, chemical and magnetic properties, and testing the interactions of magnetic nanoparticles with cells and tissues.

Honors and Awards:

  • Associate Editor, International Journal of Nanomedicine, 2015-present
  • International Journal of Nanomedicine Early Career Award, 2012
  • Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), 2006
  • National Science Foundation CAREER Award, 2006
  • Janice Lumpkin Future Minority Faculty Award recipient 2001, AIChE – Minority Affairs Committee
  • J. Edward Vivian Award for Exemplary Performance and Commitment to the MIT David H. Koch School of Chemical Engineering Practice class of 1999-2000
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow 1998-2001

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