Rajesh Ramanathan

PhD, MRACI CChem.

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Current PhD students



PhD Student
Sanjana focuses on creating nanozyme sensors using natural enzymes as recognition moieties.

PhD student
Pyria's work is focused on using nanozymes for antibacterial applications

PhD student
Sabeen's work is to understand how nanoparticles interact with HSA protein.

PhD student
Satnam's work is focused on creating new magnetic materials for biomedical imaging.

Previous students



2022
Gayatri worked on understanding the mechanism of ⍺-synuclein proteotoxicity and development of sensor for detection of ⍺-synuclein conformers.

2022
Sanje worked on plasmonic modulation of spatially confined reactions on a silver nanoprisim

2022
Oshadie worked on tuning the key determinants of 2-dimensional transition metal electrocatalysts for oxygen evolution reaction.

2022
Piyumi worked on understanding the interactions between nanozymes and aptamers to rationally design aptasensors for the detection of ampicillin in milk samples.

2021
Zakir worked on metal-organic semiconducting charge transfer complexes based on TCNQFx (x= 0 and 4) for electron transfer reactions.

2019
Mandeep worked on Using triethylamine as a versatile ligand to control the properties of nanomaterials

2018
Wenyue worked on light response materials for microbial control and colorimetric sensing of UV radiations and vaginal infections

2018
Pabudi worked on nanoparticle-enabled spectroscopic techniques for the detection of biomolecules.

2018
Nurul worked on modulating the nanozyme activity for antibacterial and sensing applications

2017
Mahsa worked on TCNQ-based metal-organic semiconducting hybrids as phototunable catalyst

2023
Neha worked on studying the effect of pressure and temperature on the crystal structure of rare earth oxides and rare earth scandates.

2023
Ana is working on creating hybrid materials as nanozymes for antibacterial applications

2023
Aviraj worked on exploring new strategies for the fabrication of 2D materials with interesting optical properties.
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