Adam is a third-year student studying chemistry. He first worked for the Tirrell lab in the summer of 2013 at the University of California, Berkeley, with Laurie Mlinar. There he worked on the development of micelles for targeted drug delivery to treat atherosclerosis as well as the encapsulation of proteins by coacervates. Now in Chicago, he is working under the guidance of postdoctoral researcher Samanvaya Srivastava on polyelectrolyte complex frameworks using nanoparticles and block copolymers.
Structure, Morphology, and Rheology of Polyelectrolyte Complex Hydrogels Formed by Self-Assembly of Oppositely Charged Triblock Polyelectrolytes
Srivastava, Samanvaya, Adam E. Levi, David J. Goldfeld, and Matthew V. Tirrell. "Structure, morphology, and rheology of polyelectrolyte complex hydrogels formed by self-assembly of oppositely charged triblock polyelectrolytes." Macromolecules 53, no. 14 (2020): 5763-5774. Harvard
Rahalkar, Anand, et al. "Effect of temperature on the structure and dynamics of triblock polyelectrolyte gels." The Journal of chemical physics 149.16 (2018): 163310.
Rahalkar, A., Wei, G., Nieuwendaal, R., Prabhu, V.M., Srivastava, S., Levi, A.E., de Pablo, J.J. and Tirrell, M.V., 2018. Effect of temperature on the structure and dynamics of triblock polyelectrolyte gels. The Journal of chemical physics, 149(16), p.163310.
Srivastava, Samanvaya, et al. "Gel phase formation in dilute triblock copolyelectrolyte complexes." Nature communications 8 (2017): 14131.
S. Srivastava, M. Andreev, A. E. Levi, D. J. Goldfeld, J. Mao, W. T. Heller, V. M. Prabhu, J. J. De Pablo, M. Tirrell. Gel phase formation in dilute triblock copolyelectrolyte complexes. Nature Commun.. 2017. Vol. 8, Pg. 14131.