Anirudha   Singh, PhD
Anirudha Singh, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Urology
Brady Urological Institute
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Secondary appointments with
Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Whiting School of Engineering, and
Translational Tissue Engineering Center of
Wilmer Eye Institute and
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Johns Hopkins University

Address:
Translational Tissue Engineering Center
Robert H. & Clarice Smith Building, Room 5001R,
Wilmer Eye Institute,
400 N Broadway, Baltimore, MD-21231


Office: 330-780-5733

Email: asingh29@jhu.edu

Fax: 410-614-6840

Inventions, Patents, Copyrights


4/17/08  Singh A, Pugh C. Synthesis of inimers and hyperbranched polymers based on 2-halo-3-hydroxypropionic acid, 2-halo-3-hydroxybutyric acid and their derivatives. Issued Patent: WO 2008/045299 B2.
12/27/11  Malinoski J, Singh A, Maruvada S. Transparent thermoplastic compositions having high flow and ductility and articles prepared therefrom. Issued Patent: US8084134 B2.
4/25/14   Elisseeff J, Guo Q, Majumdar S, Singh A. Compositions comprising cyclodextrin incorporated collagen matrices for use in biomedical applications. Pending for approval: US2014/61/984,328.
5/8/14 Elisseeff J, Beachley V, Singh A, Li P, McDonnell P. Contact lens surface modification for hyaluronic acid accumulation and retention.  Pending for approval: US2013/067970, WO2014071132 A1.
10/7/14 Singh A, Zhan J, Elisseeff J. Multifunctional biomaterials with tunable properties for directed stem cell differentiation. JHU P11696-01.
1/22/15 Singh A, Unterman S, Corvelli M, Elisseeff J. Biomaterials comprising hyaluronic acid binding peptides and extracellular matrix binding peptides for hyaluronic acid retention and tissue engineering applications. Pending approval: US2014/046796, WO/2015/009787 A1.
4/4/15 Singh A. Scaffold design and process for developing tissue-engineered organs with hollow structures.    JHU C13509.
6/1/15  Singh A, Lee D, Lu N, Elisseeff J. An eye-drop technology with enhanced hyaluronic acid retention and delivery to ocular tissues. US provisional 62207419.

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