Daniele Florio | Pharmaceutical science | Young Scientist Award

Mr. Daniele Florio | Pharmaceutical science | Young Scientist Award

Daniele Florio is a dedicated researcher in pharmaceutical sciences, currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Naples Federico II. His doctoral work focuses on integrated molecular approaches targeting mutated Nucleophosmin 1 in Acute Myeloid Leukemia, scheduled for completion in October 2024. Daniele brings extensive experience from his Marie Sklodowska-Curie secondment and voluntary internship, specializing in peptide synthesis, mass spectrometry, and spectroscopic techniques. With a strong publication record and active participation in international conferences, he contributes significantly to the fields of amyloid aggregation, chemical catalysis, and drug development, showcasing advanced skills in scientific research and analysis.



👨‍🏫Professional Experience

Tutoring Activities (Grant Type B) 2023-2024, Naples, Italy, Department of Pharmacy, University of Naples Federico II, Provided supplementary teaching for Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry courses for Pharmacy and CTF degree students. Ph.D. Candidate in Pharmaceutical Sciences (XXXVII Cycle) 2021 – Present, Naples, Italy, Department of Pharmacy, University of Naples Federico II, PhD Project: Integrated molecular approaches targeting mutated Nucleophosmin 1 in Acute Myeloid Leukemia., Scheduled PhD end: October 31, 2024. Secondee under Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research and Innovation Staff Exchange Action June 2022 – March 2023, Dublin, Ireland, Keladapharmachem, Participated in the GreenX4Drug (EU funded H2020 RISE project), focusing on developing novel asymmetric chemical catalysts for manufacturing high-value APIs and advanced intermediates.. Voluntary Internship Post-Degree 2018 – 2019, Naples, Italy, Department of Pharmacy, University of Naples Federico II, Designed, synthesized, and characterized peptides, peptidomimetics, and small molecules using solid-phase and solution methodologies. Utilized mass spectrometry (ESI) for identifying synthetic compounds and applied analytical and preparative methodologies (HPLC) for their purification and characterization. Conducted structural and functional characterization of biomolecules through spectroscopic techniques (CD, Fluorescence, SPR, UV-Vis). Supervisor: Prof. Daniela Marasco

🎓Education and Training

Biologist Board Examination February 7, 2022, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy Master’s Degree in Biological Science (Molecular Diagnostics Field) July 12, 2021, Naples, Italy Department of Pharmacy, University of Naples Federico II Experimental Thesis: “Protein fragments of Nucleophosmin 1 as models of amyloids”, Supervisor: Prof. Antonello Merlino, Co-Supervisor: Prof. Daniela Marasco,k Grade: 110/110. Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Science (Molecular Diagnostics Field) March 15, 2018, Naples, Italy Department of Pharmacy, University of Naples Federico II Experimental Thesis: “Amyloid-like aggregation of Nucleophosmin 1 regions related to Acute Myeloid Leukemia: spectroscopic studies” Supervisor: Prof. Daniela Marasco Grade: 106/110


English TELSA C1, Grade B Language Certification ESAT, Malta Further & Higher Education Authority

Skills and Competencies

Organizational Skills

  • Efficient under pressure.
  • Adaptive to changes and new situations.
  • Strong independent work organization and goal achievement.

Job-related Skills

  • Solid-phase peptide synthesis and combinatorial peptide libraries using Fmoc/Boc chemistry.
  • Experience with various peptide synthesizers (BIOTAGE, Liberty Blue 2.0).
  • Proficient in analysis and purification using ESI mass spectrometry, HPLC, and flash purification systems.
  • Skilled in spectroscopic techniques (CD, Fluorescence, DLS, SPR, UV-Vis, FTIR, NMR).

Digital Skills

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Experienced with operating systems: MS-Windows, MacOS, LINUX.
  • Proficient in scientific data analysis software (GraphPad Prism).
  • Knowledgeable in databases (PubMed) and bibliographic management software (EndNote, Mendeley).
  • Proficient with video conferencing software (Teams, Skype, Zoom, Google Meet).
  • Excellent knowledge of major browsers (Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera).


National Project Participation

  • BANDO-PRIN-2022. Research Project: Design, synthesis, and investigation of novel G-quadruplex aptamers against STAT3 and the interleukin-6 receptor (G4-APTASTAT).
  • Project Coordinator and Head of Research Unit: Prof. GALEONE Aldo

Bibliometric Parameters

  • H-index from Scopus: 11
  • Number of Publications: 24
  • Citations: 388


Publications Top Notes 📝

  • The effects of histidine substitution of aromatic residues on the amyloidogenic properties of the fragment 264–277 of nucleophosmin 1
    • Authors: D. Florio, P. Luciano, C. Di Natale, D. Marasco
    • Journal: Bioorganic Chemistry
    • Volume: 147
    • Year: 2024
    • Pages: 107404


  • Could Targeting NPM1c+ Misfolding Be a Promising Strategy for Combating Acute Myeloid Leukemia?
    • Authors: D. Florio, D. Marasco
    • Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences
    • Volume: 25
    • Issue: 2
    • Year: 2024
    • Pages: 811


  • Modulation of hydrogel networks by metal ions
    • Authors: S. La Manna, D. Florio, C. Di Natale, D. Marasco
    • Journal: Journal of Peptide Science
    • Volume: 29
    • Issue: 8
    • Year: 2023
    • Article ID: e3474


  • Ruthenium complexes bearing glucosyl ligands are able to inhibit the amyloid aggregation of short histidine-peptides
    • Authors: D. Florio, S. La Manna, A. Annunziata, M. Monti, D. Marasco
    • Journal: Dalton Transactions
    • Volume: 52
    • Issue: 25
    • Year: 2023
    • Pages: 8549–8557


  • Insights into Network of Hot Spots of Aggregation in Nucleophosmin 1
    • Authors: D. Florio, S. La Manna, C. Di Natale, A.M. Malfitano, D. Marasco
    • Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences
    • Volume: 23
    • Issue: 23
    • Year: 2022
    • Pages: 14704


  • Hydrogelation tunability of bioinspired short peptides
    • Authors: S. La Manna, D. Florio, V. Panzetta, C. Di Natale, D. Marasco
    • Journal: Soft Matter
    • Volume: 8
    • Year: 2022
    • Pages: 8


Sonia Siwatch | Nanomaterials | Women Researcher Award

Dr. ‌Sonia Siwatch |Nanomaterials| Women Researcher Award

Dr at Sonia Siwatch DST New Delhi, India

Dr. Sonia Siwatch is a skilled researcher in Material Science and Nanotechnology, holding a Ph.D. from Kurukshetra University, India. Her thesis focused on nanostructured metal oxide semiconductors for dye-sensitized solar cells. She earned her Master of Engineering in Electronics and Communication from NITTTR, Punjab University, and a Bachelor of Technology from Guru Jambheshwar University. Dr. Sonia Siwatch has attended numerous specialized workshops and courses and has received several honors, including the Women Scientist Scheme (WOS-A) award. Her research interests lie in nanomaterials synthesis, characterization, and clean energy technologies, aiming to advance sustainable solutions in these fields.



Academic Qualifications 🎓

Ph.D. in Electronic Science Department of Electronic Science, Kurukshetra University, Haryana, India Awarded in 2021 Thesis Title: “Study of Nanostructured Metal Oxide Semiconductor as Photoanode for Dye Sensitized Solar Cell”. Master of Engineering in Electronics and Communication Engineering NITTTR (National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research), Punjab University, Chandigarh, India Year of Completion: 2013 Percentage: 76.3%. Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, Haryana, India Percentage: 81.39% All India Senior School Certificate Examination CBSE Board, K V Hisar Cantt, Hisar, Haryana, India Percentage: 76.4%. All India Secondary School Examination CBSE Board, K V Hisar Cantt, Hisar, Haryana, India Percentage: 75.4%

Workshops/Short Term Courses Attended💼


Materials and Processes for Advanced Engineering Applications School of Materials Science and Technology, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra Duration: 11-16, 2017Silicon PV Systems: Fundamentals, Design and Metrology (SPVW-2018)CSIR-National Physical Laboratory Duration: 10-14 September 2018Graphene Based Device Fabrication and Characterization Sponsored by MHRD and organised by UIET, Kurukshetra University Duration: 26th – 27th February, 2019Nanomaterials and Devices Applied Science Department, NITTTR Chandigarh Duration: 27/4/2020 to 1/5/2020Nanoelectronics Devices and Circuits Electronics and Communication Engineering Department, NITTTR Chandigarh Duration: 17/8/2020 to 21/8/2020Energy Storage Materials Applied Science Department, NITTTR Chandigarh Duration: 24/8/2020 to 28/8/2020Smart Materials and Nanotechnology Applied Science Department, NITTTR Chandigarh Duration: 31/8/2020 to 4/9/2020

Fellowship Awards and Honours🏆

Selected as Women Scientist under Women Scientist Scheme (WOS-A), Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi.Received Honorable Mention award in Nanoartography Science Image competition 2019. (NanoArtography is an international science image competition sponsored by Materials Today, Nanotechnology World Association, A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel University Materials Science & Engineering Dept, IUPUI Integrated Nanosystems Development Institute).Finalist in Nanoartography Science Image competition 2020.Finalist in Nanoartography Science Image competition 2021.Topper in graduation: Received Rs. 5000/- scholarship in 1st and 5th semesters.

Areas of Interest

  • Material Science
  • Nanomaterials Synthesis and Characterization
  • Clean Energy

Publications Top Notes 📝

  1. Role of surfactant in optimization of 3D ZnO floret as photoanode for dye-sensitized solar cell:
    • Authors: Siwatch, S., Kundu, V., Kumar, A., Kumar, S.
    • Journal: Applied Nanoscience (Switzerland), 2020, 10(4), pp. 1035–1044.
    • Summary: This study investigates the effect of surfactants on the morphology and performance of 3D ZnO florets used as photoanodes in DSSCs. The optimization of ZnO florets with surfactants aims to enhance light absorption and electron transport, leading to improved efficiency of the solar cells.
  2. Nitrogen and silver codoped one-dimensional ZnO nanostructure for optoelectronic application:
    • Authors: Kumari, M., Kundu, V.S., Kumar, S., Siwatch, S., Chauhan, N.
    • Journal: Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, 2020, 93(2), pp. 302–308.
    • Summary: The article explores the synthesis and characterization of nitrogen and silver codoped ZnO nanostructures. These doped nanostructures show enhanced optoelectronic properties, making them suitable for various applications, including sensors and solar cells.
  3. Effect of novel ZnO/Zn2SnO4 photoanode on the performance of dye-sensitized solar cell:
    • Authors: Siwatch, S., Kundu, V.S., Kumar, A., Chauhan, N., Kumari, M.
    • Journal: Optik, 2019, 194, 163117.
    • Summary: This paper evaluates the performance of a novel ZnO/Zn2SnO4 composite photoanode in DSSCs. The study demonstrates that the composite photoanode offers better charge separation and transport, resulting in enhanced efficiency of the solar cells.
  4. Morphology correlated efficiency of ZnO photoanode in dye-sensitized solar cell:
    • Authors: Siwatch, S., Kundu, V.S., Kumar, A., Chauhan, N., Kumari, M.
    • Journal: Materials Research Express, 2019, 6(10), 1050D3.
    • Summary: This research focuses on the correlation between the morphology of ZnO photoanodes and their efficiency in DSSCs. The findings suggest that specific morphologies of ZnO photoanodes can significantly improve the light-harvesting and electron transport properties, leading to higher cell efficiencies.
  5. Synthesis of nitrogen- and cobalt-doped rod-like mesoporous ZnO nanostructures to study their photocatalytic activity:
    • Authors: Chauhan, N., Singh, V., Kumar, S., Sirohi, K., Siwatch, S.
    • Journal: Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, 2019, 91(3), pp. 567–577.
    • Summary: This study synthesizes and characterizes nitrogen- and cobalt-doped mesoporous ZnO nanostructures. The doped nanostructures exhibit enhanced photocatalytic activity, which is beneficial for environmental applications such as water purification and pollutant degradation.
  6. Synthesis, characterization and dye-sensitized solar cell application of Zinc oxide based coaxial core-shell heterostructure:
    • Authors: Kumari, M., Singh Kundu, V., Kumar, S., Chauhan, N., Siwatch, S.
    • Journal: Materials Research Express, 2019, 6(8), 085050.
    • Summary: The article presents the synthesis and application of ZnO-based coaxial core-shell heterostructures in DSSCs. These structures enhance light absorption and electron transport, leading to improved performance of the solar cells
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  7. Facile synthesis of novel ZnO/Cd0.5Zn0.5S photoanode for dye-sensitized solar cell:
    • Authors: Siwatch, S., Kundu, V.S., Kumar, A., Kumar, S., Kumari, M.
    • Journal: Materials Research Express, 2019, 6(8), 085029.
    • Summary: This study explores the synthesis of a novel ZnO/Cd0.5Zn0.5S composite photoanode for DSSCs. The composite material shows improved light-harvesting and charge transport properties, which contribute to higher efficiency in solar cell applications.



Farah Rehan | Nanotechnology |Best Researcher Award

Dr. ‌Farah Rehan |Nanotechnology| Best Researcher Award

Dr at Arabian Gulf University,  Bahrain

With a Ph.D. in Nano Drug Delivery from Monash University and extensive experience in academia and research, I am a dedicated professional specializing in drug delivery and development. Currently leading the Nanomedicine Lab at Arabian Gulf University, I excel in managing projects, mentoring students, and publishing research articles. Previous roles include lecturing at KPJ Healthcare University and serving as Assistant Professor at Forman Christian College. My research achievements include designing innovative drug delivery formulations for cancer treatment and publishing in top-tier journals. With expertise in nanoparticle characterization and cell culture techniques, I am committed to advancing pharmaceutical science and education.




Academic Qualifications 🎓

Ph.D. in Nano Drug Delivery, Monash University (2021) Major in Drug Delivery and Development. M.Phil. in Pharmaceutics, University of Central Punjab (2016) Major in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Bronze Medalist). Doctor of Pharmacy, University College of Pharmacy (UCP), University of Punjab (2010). BSc. (Hons), University of Punjab (2009)

Working Experience 💼

Postdoc, Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain Duration: Jan 2023 – Present Responsibilities: Leading the Nanomedicine Lab Managing and performing various lab-related projects Mentoring undergraduate students in research projects Writing and reviewing research-related articles and funding applications Lecturer, KPJ Healthcare University, Malaysia Duration: Oct 2023 – Jan 2023 Responsibilities: Teaching modules on Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacy Conducting and Managing Industrial Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology Lab Involvement in curriculum design for pharmaceutics Assistant Professor, Forman Christian College (A Chartered University)Duration: Nov 2021 – Nov 2023 Responsibilities: Teaching modules on Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Research co-supervisor of MPhil students Conducting and Managing Industrial Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology Lab Research Assistant (M.Phil. student-Pharmaceutics), University of Central Punjab Duration: Oct 2014 – Nov 2016 Responsibilities: Assisting in laboratory research activities Publication of research articles Participation in seminars, conferences, and workshops Medical Writer/Clinical Research Analyst, Soliton Health Technologies Duration: Feb 2013 – Jan 2014 Responsibilities: Conducting meta and systemic analyses Preparation of patient profiles and education documents Handling Clinical Research Projects Student Counsellor, KIPSDuration: Nov 2012 – Jan 2013 Responsibilities: Providing counseling to higher secondary students Reviewing papers and creating critical analysis reports Clinical Support Executive, Sequel Systems Duration: Sep 2010 – Dec 2010 Responsibilities: Generating patient education documents Updating healthcare system protocols Apprenticeship, Shaikh Zayed Hospital, Lahore Duration: Jul 2008 – Aug 2008, Responsibilities: Conducting ward rounds Handling inventories

Volunteer Work 🤝

Institution Ambassador, Shaukat Khanum Hospital Duration: Dec 2022 – Present Responsibilities: Liaison between the hospital and university Representing the hospital’s mission in the university Mentor, Monash University Australia 0 Comments in moderation Duration: March 2021 – Present Responsibilities: Career counseling of undergraduates/postgraduates Mentoring in professional development Mentor, Controlled Release Society Duration: Feb 2022 – July 2022Pharmacy School Representative, Monash University Postgraduate Association Duration: Jan 2019 – Dec 2019Responsibilities:Chairing conference committees Engaging with school management Providing insights on postgraduate student issues

Research Achievement 🏆

  • Designed novel casein nano micelles formulations for effective oral drug delivery against breast cancer, Published research articles and review articles in Q1 journals, Presented research results at international conferences, Won travel grants and publication awards during Ph.D.

Research Skills 🔬

  • Formulation of multi-functional nanoparticles, Characterization of nanoparticles and drug-loaded complexes, Cell culture techniques, Animal handling and toxicological studies


Publications Top Notes 📝

Casein Nanomicelle as an Emerging Biomaterial—A Comprehensive Review

  • Authors: F. Rehan, N. Ahemad, M. Gupta
  • Journal: Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces
  • Year: 2019
  • Volume: 179
  • Pages: 280-292
  • Citations: 118

Optimization and Formulation of Nanostructured and Self-assembled Caseinate Micelles for Enhanced Cytotoxic Effects of Paclitaxel on Breast Cancer Cells

  • Authors: F. Rehan, N. Ahemad, R.A. Islam, M. Gupta, S.H. Gan, E.H. Chowdhury
  • Journal: Pharmaceutics
  • Year: 2020
  • Volume: 12
  • Issue: 10
  • Pages: 984
  • Citations: 30

Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Disease in Developing Countries

  • Authors: F. Rehan, A. Qadeer, I. Bashir, M. Jamshaid
  • Journal: International Current Pharmaceutical Journal
  • Year: 2016
  • Volume: 5
  • Issue: 8
  • Pages: 69-72
  • Citations: 23


A Comparative Evaluation of Anti-Tumour Activity Following Oral And Intravenous Delivery of Doxorubicin In A Xenograft Model of Breast Tumour

    • Authors: N. Rehan, F., Emranul Karim, M., Ahemad
    • Journal: Journal of Pharmaceutical Investigation
    • Year: 2022
    • Volume: 11
    • Citations: 1


Quantum Dots in the Biomedical World: A Smart Advanced Nanocarrier for Multiple Venues Application

  • Authors: SMG Siddharth Singh, Deepika Raina, Dinesh Rishipathak, Kamesh R. Babu, Riya …
  • Journal: Archives of Pharmazie
  • Year: 2022
  • Volume: 8
  • Citations: 8


Biosynthesized Metallic Nanoparticles: A New Era in Cancer Therapy

  • Authors: N.A. Gaffar, M. Zahid, A. Asghar, M.F. Shafiq, S. Jelani, F. Rehan
  • Journal: Archiv der Pharmazie
  • Year: 2024


hrishti Singh | Biomedical Engineering | Women Researcher Award

 Dr. hrishti Singh | Biomedical Engineering | Women Researcher Award

 Dr. George Mason University, United States

👩‍🔬 With 5 years of experience as a biomedical engineer, scientist, and entrepreneur, I specialize in developing translational contrast agent platforms for enhancing early-stage tumor diagnosis. Additionally, I possess 1 year of healthcare product management experience as a Co-Founder of a biotech start-up. My expertise lies in problem-solving, stakeholder relationship management, and project planning, with a strong passion for innovation and improving patient outcomes through healthcare product development and leadership.




Education 📚

PhD in Bioengineering, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA (Aug. 2017 – Dec. 2022)Masters in Biomedical Engineering, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT (Aug. 2015 – Aug. 2017)Bachelors in Engineering (B.E) in Biotechnology, Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka (Aug. 2011 – Aug. 2015)

Technical Skills 🛠️

Languages: Python, Matlab, Perl

Software Skills: Nanoscale Molecular Dynamics (NAMD), Adobe Illustrator

Experimental Skills: Gel Electrophoresis, Western Blotting, Flow Cytometry, Cell Culture, Biomaterial Design, Synthesis and Characterization, Lipid Nanoparticle Synthesis, Rheology of Soft Materials, Cyclic Voltammetry, Electroimpedance Spectroscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), In-vitro Tissue Models, DNA Extraction, Cell Transfection, Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA), In-vivo Ultrasound and Photoacoustic Imaging

Research Awards 🏅

WeSci Women in STEM Crowdfunding Campaign Winner, 2023George Mason University Outstanding PhD Dissertation Award, 2023Biomedical Engineering Society Advanced Biomanufacturing (AbioM) Best Graduate Work Award, 2023George Mason University Office of Provost and Executive Vice-President Award, 2018University of Bridgeport School of Engineering Academic Accomplishment, 2017University of Bridgeport Faculty Research Day, Winner of Best Graduate Poster, 2017ASEE Northeast Conference, Honorable Mention in Best Graduate Poster, 2016IEEE CT-IETA, Third Place in Best Graduate Poster, 2016IEEE CT-IETA, Honorable Mention in Best Graduate Poster, 2016Ramaiah Institute of Technology Alumni Association, Best B.E Project, 2015

Highlighted Presentation 🎤

  • Gordon Imaging Institute and MGH, Harvard University (Invite) Aug. 2023
    • Oral: Non-invasive Whole Body PA Imaging of Small Animals using ICG dye constructs. Cambridge, MA

Presentations 📊

Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting Oct. 2022Virginia Catalyst Conference Sept. 2022George Mason University ”Mason Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference” Mar. 2022Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting Oct. 2020Materials Research Society Annual Meeting Dec. 2019

Leadership and Volunteer Experience 🤝

President of Graduate Association for Bioengineering Students at George Mason University.Member of International Student Advisory Board at George Mason University.Responsible for mentoring undergraduate students.Part of Letters to Pre-Scientist Program exchanging letters with middle and high school female students to demonstrate the importance of women in STEM.

Relevant Skills 🧪

  • Nanomedicine
  • Biomaterials
  • Contrast Agents
  • Drug Delivery
  • Photoacoustic Imaging
  • Rational Design of Solutions to Health Problems
  • Grant Writing
  • Transformational Leadership
  • Strong Communication

Entrepreneurial Experience 💼

NIRView Biosciences Inc. (March 2023 – Present)Co-Founder and CEO, Fairfax, VA Responsible for identifying customer needs, conducting product-market fit analysis, and building sustainable business and revenue models. Define the vision of the product and communicate it to the product development team and stakeholders. Proposal writing to secure non-dilutive funding from different government agencies. National Science Foundation I-Corps Entrepreneurial Program (May 2023 – July 2023)Entrepreneurial Lead, NSF I-Corps Bay Area Node, UC Berkley Determined business plans, mission statements, and visions for public health products. Conducted extensive customer discovery interviews to determine product-market fit.

Relevant Media and Websites 📰

Relevant Awards 🏆

Key Personnel and Investigator on NSF Grant Award Number 2325234.1st place winner and Mason’s Choice Winner of Patriot Pitch Competition (2023).2nd place winner of Accelerate Investor Conference (2023) pitch competition.Principal Investigator on NSF Small Business Innovation and Research Grant.Contrast agent technology selected as STAT News Best 64 technologies in the United States, 2023.

Research Experience 📊

George Mason UniversityPostdoctoral Research Fellow (March 2023 – Present)Graduate Research Assistant (August 2019 – December 2022)Graduate Research Assistant (August 2017 – August 2018)

Publications Top Notes 📝

  • Title: Synthesis of DNA origami scaffolds: current and emerging strategies
  • Authors: J Bush, S Singh, M Vargas, E Oktay, CH Hu, R Veneziano
  • Journal: Molecules
  • Year: 2020


  • Title: Solar cells with PbS quantum dot sensitized TiO2–multiwalled carbon nanotube composites, sulfide-titania gel and tin sulfide coated C-fabric
  • Authors: RK Kokal, M Deepa, A Kalluri, S Singh, I Macwan, PK Patra, J Gilarde
  • Journal: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
  • Year: 2017



  • Title: Interactions between avidin and graphene for development of a biosensing platform
  • Authors: I Macwan, MDH Khan, A Aphale, S Singh, J Liu, M Hingorani, P Patra
  • Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics
  • Year: 2017



  • Title: Size-tunable ICG-based contrast agent platform for targeted near-infrared photoacoustic imaging.
  • Authors: S Singh, G Giammanco, CH Hu, J Bush, LS Cordova, DJ Lawrence, …
  • Journal: Photoacoustics
  • Year: 2023



  • Title: A Computational Approach for Understanding the Interactions between Graphene Oxide and Nucleoside Diphosphate Kinase with Implications for Heart Failure
  • Authors: A Ray, I Macwan, S Singh, S Silwal, P Patra
  • Journal: Nanomaterials
  • Year: 2018



  • Title: Versatile encapsulation and synthesis of potent liposomes by thermal equilibration
  • Authors: SA Roberts, C Lee, S Singh, N Agrawal
  • Journal: Membranes
  • Year: 2022



  • Title: Increasing Vaccine Production using Pulsed Ultrasound Waves
  • Authors: J Xing, S Singh, Y Zhao, Y Duan, H Guo, C Hu, A Ma, R George, JZ Xing, …
  • Journal: PLOS One
  • Year: 2017



  • Title: Autonomously Propelled Colloids for Penetration and Payload Delivery in Complex Extracellular Matrices
  • Authors: S Singh, J Moran
  • Journal: Micromachines
  • Year: 2022



  • Title: Rational design of ICG-based contrast agents for near-infrared photoacoustic imaging
  • Authors: M Hanafi, N Such, G Giammanco, S Singh, D Wegierak, E Abenojar, …
  • Journal: Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing
  • Year: 2024


  • Title: Transcranial photoacoustic imaging with ICG J-aggregates for imaging blood-brain barrier leak following LPS-induced neuroinflammation
  • Authors: FJ Bodera, S Singh, R Veneziano, PV Chitnis, MJ McVey, MC Kolios
  • Journal: Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing
  • Year: 2024



  • Title: Modified j-aggregates and conjugates thereof
  • Authors: R Veneziano, PV Chitnis, S Singh
  • Journal: US Patent App.
  • Year: 2023


  • Title: Indocyanine green-based in-vivo photoacoustic imaging contrast agent platform (Conference Presentation)
  • Authors: S Singh, G Giammanco, C Hu, J Bush, LS Cordova, DJ Lawrence, …
  • Journal: Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing
  • Year: 2023


  • Title: Computational Investigation of Chirality-Based Separation of Carbon Nanotubes Using Tripeptide Library
  • Authors: S Singh, HR Divecha, A Ayoola, M Xavierselvan, J Devlin, I Macwan
  • Journal: Biomolecules
  • Year: 2023