Nathan J. Alves
Dr. Alves received his PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from the University of Notre Dame. The research he conducts, while spanning many disciplines, is centered on the development of translational technologies, treatments, and techniques that can be utilized to have a positive impact on people’s lives.
He has extensive experience in: site-specific antibody modification, oriented antibody immobilization for advanced diagnostics, nanoparticle delivery, and packaging of pharmaceutical agents/enzymes to treat various diseases. Currently, Dr. Alves is an Assistant Professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine with a joint appointment at Purdue in Biomedical Engineering. His multidisciplinary background affords him a unique perspective to tackle complex medical device and therapeutic development problems.