Santa Clara University


Dr. Maryam Mobed-Miremadi

Phone: 408-554-2731
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Lecturer, Department of Bioengineering

Professor Maryam Mobed-Miremadi is an Academic Year Lecturer at Santa Clara University as of Fall 2013. Professor Maryam is a chemical engineer (B Eng, M Eng, McGill University Canada) by training with an emphasis on transport and microencapsulation technologies for bioengineering applications.She graduated from McGill University with a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering having conducted her research at the Artificial Cells and Organs Research Centre. Following graduate school she spent 11 years in the biomedical industry, more specifically in Diagnostics (Abaxis), Genomics (Agilent Technologies, Wafergen) and Biomedical Devices (Boston Scientific). Prior to her current position she served from 2008-2012 as the Endowed (Kordestani) Chair in Bioengineering at SJSU.

Teaching (AY 2013-2014)

BIOE 120. Experimental Methods in Bioengineering
BIOE 140. Biomaterials Engineering and Characterization
BIOE 180. Clinical Trials: Design, Analysis and Ethical Issues
BIOE 232. Biostatistics
BIOE 260. Selected Topics in Bio-Transport Phenomena
BIOE 282. BioProcess Engineering I
BIOE 283. BioProcess Engineering II

Selected Publications/Book Chapters

  1. Mobed M., Chang T.M.S. (1997). Kinetic Aspects of Polyelectrolyte Adsorption: Adsorption of Chitin Derivatives onto Liposomes as a Model System, Artif Cells Blood Substit Immobil Biotechnol,25(4),367-377.
  2. Mobed M., Chang T.M.S. (1998). Colloidal Stability of Physically-Stabilized Carboxymethylchitin-Coated Liposomes and Sterically Stabilized Stealth Liposomes for Biological Applications, Biomaterials, 19(13), 1167-1177.
  3. Mobed M., Chang T.M.S. (1998). "Adsorption of chitin derivatives onto liposomes: Optimization of adsorption conditions", J Microencapsul 15(5), 595-607.
  4. Mobed-Miremadi M., Acks E., Polasaward S., Chen D. (2011). High Throughput Miniaturization of Artificial Cells, Artif Cells Blood Substit Immobil Biotechnol, (doi: 10.3109/10731199.2011.574637).
  5. Mobed-Miremadi M., Asi B., Parasseril J., Tat M., Wong E., Shan Y. (2013). Comparative Diffusivity Measurements for Alginate-Based Atomized and Inkjet-Bioprinted Artificial Cells using Fluorescence Microscopy, Art. Cells, Nanomed & Biotech (doi:10.3109/10731199.2012.716064)
  6. Mobed-Miremadi M Nagendra R.K., Ramachundrani S.L., Rook J.J., Sridhar-Keralapura M., Goedert M. (2013). Polystyrene Microsphere and 5-Fluorouracil Release from Custom Designed Wound Dressing Film, Progress in Biomaterials, (doi:10.1186/2194-0517-2-1)
  7. Djomehri S., Mobed-Miremadi M., Keralapura M. (2013). Modeling Diffusivity Through Alginate-Based Microfibers: A Comparison of Numerical And Analytical Models Based On Empirical Spectrophotometric Data, J. Memb. Separ. Tech. (
  8. Sridhar-Keralapura M., Thirumalai S., Mobed-Miremadi M. (2013). Structural Changes and Imaging Signatures of Acoustically Sensitive Microcapsules under Ultrasound, Ultrasonics (
  9. Mobed-Miremadi M., Dharba S. (2013). Immobilization of R. Erythropolis In Alginate-Based Artificial Cells For Simulated Plaque Degradation In Aqueous Media", J Microencapsul, (doi: 10.3109/02652048.2013.814726).
  10. Simpliciano C., Clark L., Asi B.,Chu N., Mercado N., Diaz S., Goedert M., Mobed-Miremadi M. (2013). "Cross-Linked Alginate Film Pore Size Determination Using Atomic Force Microscopy and Validation Using Diffusivity Determinations,JSEMAT, Special Issue Atomic Force Microscopy, In Press.
  11. Mobed-Miremadi M., "High Throughput Methods for Miniaturization of Implantable Artificial Cells", Book Chapter for "Selected Topics in Nanomedicine", (Nov, 2013) World Scientific Publishing: TMS Chang Editor. [ISBN: 978-981-4472-85-2].

Recent Conference Papers

  1. Mobed-Miremadi M., Stauffer G., Bio-Printing and Permeability of Artificial Cells, Proceedings of the International Medical Devices Conference and Exposition, (2009). [ISBN: 978-1-61782-087-8]
  2. Mobed-Miremadi M., Asthi A., Nagendra R., Varma R., Alginate-Chitosan-Alginate Microcapsules for Oral Administration, Proceedings of the AICHE 2009 Conference, Pharmaceutical Engineering Section. []
  3. Thirumalai S., Mobed-Miremadi M., and Keralapura M., Effect of Therapeutic Ultrasound On Acoustically Sensitive Microcapsules, Proceedings of the 33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (IEEE EMBC 2011). [doi:10.1109/IEMBS.2011.6091821]
  4. Santhiranayagam P., Thirumalai S., Memon F., Shan Y., Lee S.J., Mobed-Miremadi M., Sridhar-Keralapura M., Acoustic Interrogation and Optical Visualization of Ultrasound Contrast Agents with Microcapsules, Proceeding s of the 34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (IEEE EMBC 2012). [doi:10.1109/EMBC.2012.6345976]
  5. Wang K.W., Cromer R., Goedert M., Mobed-Miremadi M., Lee S.J.J., “Effect of nanodroplet ink concentration on switching response of reverse-emulsion electrophoretic displays”, Proc. SPIE 8643, Advances in Display Technologies III (SPIE OPTO 2013). [doi:10.1117/12.2005681]

Co-Authored Patents

  • "Methods for Manufacturing Arrays" US Patent 6,649,348. Issued11/18/2003. Assigned to Agilent Technologies.
  • "Flow Cell for Chemical Reactions" US Patent 6,713,023. Issued 3/30/2004. Assigned to Agilent Technologies.
  • "Small Volume Chambers" US Patent 6,790,620. Issued 9/14/2004. Assigned to Agilent Technologies.
  • "Manufacture of Arrays with Reduced Error Impact" US Patent 6,939,673. Issued 9/6/2005. Assigned to Agilent Technologies.
  • "Manufacture of Arrays with Varying Deposition Parameters" US Patent 7,078,505. Issued 7/18/2006. Assigned to Agilent Technologies.