I am a Research Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at Boston University 🏯.
I work on developing algorithms and software tools for synthetic bioengineering 🔬.
✉ bhatia dot swapnil at gmail
♞ 8 Saint Mary's St. PHO 514 Boston, MA
|🗁 Current projects||➜||NSF Expedition in Programming Biology | Puppeteer | Pigeon | Finch | Recombinase computing | READ|
|🗀 Past projects||➜||TASBE | Proteomics | Data networks|
|🐒 Current students||➜||
Tiffany Chen Wu | Tammy Qiu
|🦁 Alumni||➜||Michael Gajda | Aidi Liu | Andy Li | Johnson Lam | Daniel Zeng (UC Berkeley) | Adam Dehovitz (Stuyvesant, Brown) | Alejandro Pelaez Lechuga (Kayak)|
|(I am always looking for driven, creative, and hard working students 🐬.)|
|📰 News||➜||SBIR | iCORPs | RAP|
iGEM, IEEE, ACM
B Weinberg, NTH Pham, LD Caraballo, T Lozanoski, A Engel, S. Bhatia, and W Wong
``Large-scale design of robust genetic circuits with multiple inputs and outputs for mammalian cells,'' Nature Biotechnology, 2017.
(journal link) (WIRED) (Science Magazine)
S. Bhatia, C. LaBoda, V. Yanez, T. Haddock-Angelli, and D. Densmore,
``Permutation Machines,'' ACS Synthetic Biology, Special Issue on Programming Biology, 2016.
|📕 P. Vaidyanathan, B. Der, S. Bhatia, et al. ``A framework for Genetic Logic Synthesis'' accepted into Proceedings of the IEEE   Special Issue.|
|📕 Smanski MJ, Bhatia S, et al. ``Functional optimization of gene clusters by combinatorial design and assembly.'' accepted into Nature Biotechnology. (Press)|
My old web page may be found here.