Editorial Board

Editors

Mohammadali Tabatabaei

Western University
UK

Research Interest:
Nano- and Bio-technology, Plasmonics, Advanced High Resolution Spectroscopy and Microscopy, Medical Biophysics, Biological Chemistry, Biosensors, Cell Micropatterning, Electrochemistry, Electro-membrane extraction.

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Mohammadali Tabatabaei obtained his B.Sc. in chemistry from Shahid Beheshti University-SBU (Former National University of Iran) in 2010. He worked as an analytical chemist at SBU working on electro-membrane extractions of biological samples. He also served as the R&D member of Madjin Sanat Mehr. Co. specialized in gas-petroleum and chemical engineering between 2008 and 2011. He then moved to Canada to pursue his Ph.D. and he received his Ph.D. in 2015 under the supervision of Dr. Francois Lagugne-Labarthet at department of chemistry of Western University (The University of Western Ontario-UWO).He currently works as a bioanalytical research scientist at Western University, London, Ontario, Canada.
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Yu Zhou

Jilin University
China

Research Interest:
The safety analysis of food and water, including Nano-technology, Rapid and ultrasensitive detection of, Antigen-antibody, Enzyme-based Biosensors, Probe, ELISA, Immunochromatographic assay, Immunomagnetic beads, Nanoparticle.

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Yu Zhou received his BS degree in 1993, MS degree in 2000 and PhD in 2005 from Huazhong Agriculture University, Quartermaster University of People Liberation Army and Jilin University, China, respectively. He is currently a professor at Jilin University, China. His current research interests are the safety analysis of food and water, including Nano-technology, Rapid and ultrasensitive detection of, Antigen-antibody, Enzyme-based Biosensors, Probe, ELISA, Immunochromatographic assay, Immunomagnetic beads, Nanoparticle.
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Nikhil Bhalla

University of Bath
UK

Research Interest:
Development of sophisticated biosensing tools for the detection of post translational modification of proteins, disease detection, agriculture and environment monitoring.

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Nikhil Bhalla finished his PhD studies in Biosensors at the University of Bath in England. He worked towards development of field effect devices and nanoplasmonic sensors for drug discovery applications. Prior to Bath, he completed his M.S. in Electronic Engineering from Chung Yuan Christian University in Taiwan and received B.E. Honors in Electronics and Instrumentation from BITS-Pilani India. His research interest includes the development of sophisticated biosensing tools for the detection of post translational modification of proteins, disease detection, agriculture and environment monitoring.
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Priyanka

Institute of Nano Science and Technology
India

Research Interest:
Expertise: Nano-biosensing, Development of Nanobioprobe mediated low cost sensing platforms for clinical and environmental applications, Generation of specific aptamers and antibodies against toxins, drugs, pesticides, explosives and clinical biomarkers for apta/immuno-diagnosis, Microfluidics based online diagnostic platforms for public health surveillance and disease management, Targeted Nano-carriers for drug delivery and therapeutics.

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Pavel Zhurauski

University of Bath
UK

Research Interest:
Development of sophisticated biosensors for prostate cancer detection. The techniques and skills of expertise: Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR), Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), Mass Spectrometry, Spectrophotometry, Electrochemistry (EIS, SWV, CV),Synthesis and Characterization of noble nanoparticles, ELISA, SDS-PAGE Electrophoresis, Western Blotting,DNA aptamers, Antibodies, Peptides.

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Rashmi Madhuri

Indian School of Mines
India

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Associate Editors