Dr. Anoop K. Pal was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health in the Laboratory of Environmental Health NanoSciences (LEHNS). His current research focuses on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Nano Enabled Products (NEPs).
Dr. Pal holds a doctorate in Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology from University of Massachusetts (2008-2013). He earned his M.Sc. (2006-2008) and B.Sc. (2003-2006) degree in Biotechnology discipline from the Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi, India.
- Utility of novel Tunable Resistive Pulse Sensing (TRPS) technology for characterization of nanomaterial dispersions in complex cell culture medium.
- Toxicity assessment of engineered nanomaterials based on generation of Oxidative Stress.
- Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Nano Enabled Products (NEPs).
- Implications of in-vitro dosimetry on toxicological ranking of low aspect ratio engineered nanomaterials. A. K. Pal, D. Bello, J. M. Cohen, P. Demokritou, Nanotoxicology (In Revisions).
- High resolution characterization of engineered nanomaterial (ENM) dispersions in cell culture media using tunable resistive pulse sensing technology. A. K. Pal, I. Aalaei, S. Gadde, P. Gaines, D. F. Schmidt, P. Demokritou, D. Bello, ACS nano (In Revisions).
- Evaluation of cytotoxic, genotoxic and inflammatory responses of nanoparticles from photocopiers in three human cell lines. M. Khatri, D. Bello, A. K. Pal, J. M. Cohen, S. Woskie, T. Gassert, J. Lan, A. Z. Gu, P. Demokritou, P. Gaines, Particle and fibre toxicology 10 (1), 42.
- Toxicological effects of PM0. 25-2.0 particles collected from a photocopy center in three human cell lines. M. Khatri, D. Bello, A. K. Pal, S. Woskie, T. Gassert, P. Demokritou, P. Gaines, Inhalation toxicology 25 (11), 621-632.
- Mapping the Biological Oxidative Damage of Engineered Nanomaterials. S-F. Hsieh, D. Bello, D. F. Schmidt, A. K. Pal, A. Stella, J. A. Isaacs, E. J. Rogers, Small 9 (9‐10), 1853-1865.