Brandon DeKosky

Brandon DeKosky

Phillip and Susan Ragon Career Development Professor of Chemical Engineering

Support StaffAlina Haverty

Chemical engineers get to discover and manipulate the chemical world around us, with so many applications in areas ranging from life sciences to batteries and nanomaterials. The unique training helps us address important global problems through research and product development, ultimately making the world a better place.

Research Interests

biotechnology, vaccines, molecular immunology, single cell analysis, antibodies, t cell receptors, immune biomaterials, protein drug development

Education

Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, 2015

B.S., The University of Kansas, 2010

Publications
Google Scholar
PubMed

Honors and Awards

Industrial and Chemical Engineering Research Class of Influential Researchers, 2021

Miller Award for Research Excellence, KU School of Engineering, 2021

AIChE Young Faculty Futures Journal Invited Contributor, 2021

Finalist, PEGS Young Scientist Keynote Award lecture, 2020

Career Development Award, Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs, Peer Reviewed Cancer Research Program, U.S. Department of Defense, 2018

Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering Rising Star, Biomedical Engineering Society, 2017

NIH DP5 Early Independence Award, 2016

NIH K99 Pathway to Independence Award (declined), 2016

Intramural Research Training Award, National Institutes of Health, USA, 2015

Hertz Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 2010

National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 2010

The University of Texas Donald D. Harrington Graduate Fellow, 2010

Carl and Sammie Lock Valedictorian Award, School of Engineering, The University of Kansas, 2010

Nagel Scholarship, Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society, 2009