I’m a second year master’s student in Biotechnology with specialization in Molecular Diagnostic and DNA fingerprinting. My research interest is to explore various fields of biology and develop new strategies for molecular diagnostic and personalized medicine. Outside of work I love cooking, painting, traveling and interacting with people.
Sanchit Sood is post graduate student in IIT -Kharagpur got selected in Georgetown University, Washington DC for the internship. He worked on designing food/agri based sensors which can be of therapeutic (biomedical) as well as industrial importance. Along with this he also focused on the exploration of polymer-based nanofibers and nanoparticles for drug delivery applications.
Suchintak worked on Carbon nanotubes field effect transistors (FET) specifically for biomedical applications. They worked on synthesizing the nanotubes by chemical vaporization method and then characterized them by scanning electron microscope and Raman spectroscopy. Then they worked upon the functionalization of the transistors.