Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Nanotechnology for Food and Agriculture
Department of Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry,
Macdonald-Stewart Building, Room-1039, Macdonald Campus, McGill University, Canada.
Title of talk: Nanotechnology Enabled Combination Therapy (NECT) to Combat Drug-Resistant Pathogenic Bacteria
Dr. Saji George addresses research questions related to the implications and application of nanotechnology with the ultimate goal of developing sustainable nanotechnology applications for food safety and security. He has completed several research projects funded by the Singapore government and industries that addressed the functional relationship between nanomaterial properties and their hazardous and beneficial biological outcomes.
In 2017, Dr. George joined McGill University as an Associate Professor in Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry.
Dr. George has authored/ co-authored 47 journal articles, six patents, two book chapters, and fifteen invited talks. Dr. George is a committee member of ISO/TC229 working group 3 (WG3), dealing with standards for health risk assessment of nanomaterials. He has been serving as a reviewer and editorial board member for many leading journals in the field of nanotechnology (nano-bio interactions).