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Zydney, Andrew
My current research activities are focused in three distinct areas: artificial organs, bioseparations, and membrane processes. In each of these areas, our goal is to develop a more fundamental understanding of the factors governing the behavior of these processes, including the complex interactions between the biological molecules/cells and the synthetic materials used in these devices.


A combined pore blockage and cake filtration model for protein fouling during microfiltration  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 232 (2), 389-399, 2000
Bioprocess membrane technology  Journal of Membrane Science 297 (1), 16-50, 2007
Humic acid fouling during microfiltration  Journal of Membrane Science 157 (1), 1-12, 1999
Microfiltration and ultrafiltration: principles and applications  M. Dekker, 1996
The behavior of suspensions and macromolecular solutions in crossflow microfiltration  Journal of Membrane Science 96 (1-2), 1-58, 1994
Membrane Technology
Molecular Biology and Metabolic Engineering
Water Chemistry
Market Centers
Water and Biogeochemical Cycles
Institute for Natural Gas Research