Khalil’s interests lie at the intersection of microfluidics, nanomedicine, and medical devices. As an undergraduate student as Penn State, he used microfluidic chips to study the mechanics of cancer cells. His PhD work tackles the growing problem of neuropsychiatric disorders using multifunctional implantable microprobes.
C. Dagdeviren, K. B. Ramadi, et al. Regulation of Brain Activity by a Minimally Invasive Neural Drug Delivery System (Under Review) (2017)
P. Aryappali, S. S. Al-Qubaisi, J. A. George, S. Attoub, K. Arafat, K. B. Ramadi, et al. The STAT3-IL-6 signaling pathway is an early target of Manuka honey-induced suppression of human triple negative breast cancer cells (Accepted) (2017)
K. Spencer, J. Sy, K. B. Ramadi et al. Characterization of Mechanically Matched Hydrogel Coatings to Improve the Biocompatibility of Neural Implants. Scientific Reports 7, 1952 (2017).
K. B. Ramadi et al., Acute systemic exposure to silver-based nanoparticles induces hepatotoxicity and NLRP3-dependent inflammation. Nanotoxicology 10, 1061-1074 (2016).