Parthasarathy Srinivasan
 Title: Associate Professor
 Dept: Mathematics
 Office: RT 1534
 Phone: 216-687-4705
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. RT 1534, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Chemotaxis, produce safety, nitric oxide, HLHS, EPR, NMR, quadrupolar nuclei.
Ph.D., Biomedical Mathematics, Florida State University
M.A., Mathematics, University of Southern California
Brief Bio:
I completed my Ph.D in Biomedical Mathematics from Florida State. I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute, The Ohio State University, before joining the Mathematics Faculty at Cleveland State.
Research Interests:
I am currently working on modeling cross-contamination in industrial food produce, on chemotaxis models for movement of cells, and on early predictors for hypoplastic left heart syndrome. In the past, I have worked on several different problems, including reaction-diffusion properties of nitric oxide, the honey bee nest-site selection process, image processing in electron paramagnetic resonance, and the theory of quadrupolar nuclei.
Professional Affiliations:
Society for Mathematical Biology
Community Service:
Shiksha Daan (Gift of Learning) - Tutoring refugee children from grades five to eleven, Sep. 2013 - May 2015, Sep. 2016 - Current.
Research Grants:
NIFA-AFRI (Grant No. 2017-67018-26225), Modeling Pathogen Cross-Contamination and Chlorine Dynamics in Fresh Produce Wash-Cycles (2017 - 2020. Role: PI).

Center for Produce Safety Research Award, Mathematical modeling tools for practical chlorine control in produce wash process (2018. Role: Co-PI, PI: Dan Munther).