|Dr. Nidhi Gour||Group Leader|
|Bharti Koshti||PhD student ( DST SERB JRF)|
|Vivek Kshatriya||PhD student|
|Pushpa Anjail||PhD student (DST Woman Scientist)|
Our research is based on synthesis and characterization of compounds/nanoparticles with potential applications in biology. In this context, we are working on synthesizing compounds which may be potentially used as sensors. In our recent research we have reported facile synthesis and photo physical properties of.novel pyridothiazole compound and its application for rapid detection of amyloid. We have also synthesized a novel compound which could be used for selective sensing of copper. We are also currently working on developing a simple and efficient nanoparticle based assay which could detect potential anti-amyloidogenic compounds in a cost effective manner. We are also interested to develop a peptide based nanoparticle probe which could sense cancer specific proteases at very minute concentrations.
Our research interest also involves designing novel nanomaterials by utilizing biomolecular self-assembly. We aim to design biocompatible self-assembled structures which can potentially be used in drug delivery and biosensing. Moreover, we are keen to assess self-assembly of peptide and amino acid to assess its implication in amyloid studies. Thus, at present we are interested in collaborating with research teams working in the area of
We are also looking for motivated students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level to join our team and explore these exciting areas of research. Prospective PhD and Postdoctoral fellows are also invited to join the team but the fellowship will depend on the availability of research grants.
Interested candidates may write directly to Dr. Nidhi Gour at firstname.lastname@example.org