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Krishna Ramajayam

InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentChildrens Research Institute
AddressP.O. Box MSC 915
Children's Hospital - 165 Ashley Ave.
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-9820-5842 Additional info
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    National Institute of Technology Rourkela Odisha , Rourkela, Odisha, IndiaPhD08/2017Cryosurgery: bio heat transfer
    SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamlinadu, IndiaB.Tech06/2011Industrial Biotechnology
    Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SCPost doctoral fellowDrug delivery, ablation

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    1. Ramajayam KK, Wolfe AM, Motamarry A, Yost J, Yost MJ, Haemmerich D. Computer Modeling of Drug Delivery with Thermosensitive Liposomes in a Realistic Three-Dimensional Geometry. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2020 07; 2020:5021-5024. PMID: 33019114.
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    2. VA Sinha, KK Ramajayam, A Kumar. A parametric study on the cryosurgery of gel mimicking tissue phantoms. Heat and Mass Transfer. 2019; 55(3):655-667.
    3. KK Ramajayam, A Kumar, SK Sarangi, A Thirugnanam. A study on improving the outcome of cryosurgery using low thermal conductivity emulsions. Heat and Mass transfer. 2018; 54(12):3727-3738.
    4. KK Ramajayam, A Kumar, SK Sarangi, A Thirugnanam. Adjuvant-perfluorocarbon based approach for improving the effectiveness of cryosurgery in gel phantoms. International Journal of Thermal Sciences. 2018; 132:296-308.
    5. Krishna Kumar Ramajayam, Amitesh Kumar, Chandrika Kumari, Sunil Kumar Sarangi, A Thirugnanam. Cryobiology. A new approach to improve the efficacy of cryosurgery in gel phantoms. 2018; 80:160-161.
    6. KK Ramajayam, A Kumar, SK Sarangi, A Thirugnanam. A numerical study on optimising the cryosurgical process for effective tumour necrosis. Heat Transfer. 2017; 53(5):1685-1697.
    7. K Ramajayam, A Kumar, S Sarangi, A Thirugnanam. Cryobiology. A novel strategy to enhance the cryosurgical outcome in gel phantoms. 2017; 73(3):417.
    8. Ramajayam KK, Kumar A, Sarangi SK, Thirugnanam A. A Novel Adjuvant-Solution Layer Strategy for Improving the Efficacy of Cryosurgery. Cryo Letters. 2016 Sep/Oct; 37(5):346-356. PMID: 27925002.
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    9. Sharanya Sankar, Krishna Kumar Ramajayam, A Thirugnanam. A novel method to fabricate porous tricalcium phosphate composite scaffolds for bone tissue engineering applications. Materials Technology. 2016; 31(10):595-602.
    10. Ramajayam KK, Kumar A. A novel approach to improve the efficacy of tumour ablation during cryosurgery. Cryobiology. 2013 Oct; 67(2):201-13. PMID: 23867079.
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