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Anjum QURESHI
Sabanci University
Nanotechnology Research and Application Center
(SUNUM) Orhanli, 34956 Tuzla, Istanbul, Turkey
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Tel:  +90 216-483-2441
Fax: +90 216-483-9885

 

email: anjum@sabanciuniv.edu

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News: Our article in Diamond & Related Materials has been recognized TOP cited in 2011

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Research Interest

* Probing size-dependent toxicity of nanomaterials by electrical properties.

* Detection and behavior of bacterial cells under electrical environment.
* Probing the cellular stress using bacterial lab on a chip platform.
* Detection of cardiac/cancer diseases biomarkers by electrochemical biosensors for diseases diagnostic application.

* Modification of polymer nanocomposites and nanomaterials by irradiation.

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Brief CV

Ph.D. in Physics (Dec. 2008)  M. S. University of Boroda, Vadodara, India.

M. Sc. in Physics (2001)  Vikram University, India.

B. Sc. (1999)  Vikram University, India.

http://biosensor.sabanciuniv.edu/

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Recently published articles (Complete list of 2007-2015click here)

2018

[1] S. Bharadwaj, A. Pandey, B. Yagci, V. Ozguz, A. Qureshi, Graphene nano-mesh-Ag-ZnO hybrid paper for sensitive SERS sensing and self-cleaning of organic pollutants, Chem Eng J 336 (2018) 445-455.

 

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2017

[2] A. Pandey, A. Qureshi, Surface modified graphene oxide nanosheets by gold ion implantation as a substrate for surface enhanced Raman scattering, J Alloy Compd 703 (2017) 500-507.

[3] A. Pandey, Y. Gurbuz, V. Ozguz, J.H. Niazi, A. Qureshi, Probing synergistic toxicity effects on living cells by combination of two different sized nanoparticles by a whole-cell based biochip, Materials Today: Proceedings, 2017, pp. 8427-8431.

[4] A. Pandey, Y. Gurbuz, V. Ozguz, J.H. Niazi, A. Qureshi, Graphene-interfaced electrical biosensor for label-free and sensitive detection of foodborne pathogenic E. coli O157:H7, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 91 (2017) 225-231.

[5] R.S. Chouhan, V. Ozguz, A. Qureshi, J.H. Niazi, Modifications in physiochemical property of engineered graphene oxide by nanomaterials resistant bacteria, Materials Today: Proceedings, 2017, pp. 8792-8795.

[6] R.S. Chouhan, V. Ozguz, A. Qureshi, J.H. Niazi, Inducing structural defects in multi-walled carbon nanotubes by biological oxidation, Materials Today: Proceedings, 2017, pp. 8788-8791.

[7] S. Bharadwaj, R.J. Mitchell, A. Qureshi, J.H. Niazi, Toxicity evaluation of e-juice and its soluble aerosols generated by electronic cigarettes using recombinant bioluminescent bacteria responsive to specific cellular damages, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 90 (2017) 53-60.

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