Aqsa Khan

Thesis topic: Electrochemical paper based sensors

Research: - Developing new type (bio)sensors based on modified paper support

- Development of new conductive materials/supports with applicability in biosensors design and used in the analysis of relevant environmentally pollutants

Awards and Honors:

  • Ph.D scholarship under “US-PAK knowledge corridor” Project to study in US 2021-2026

  • Merit scholarship for outstanding academic record in MS physics - 2019


[3] Morphology controlled NiO nanostructures as fluorescent quenchers for highly sensitive aptamer-based FRET detection of ochratoxin A

A. Khan, M.A.H. Nawaz, N. Akhtar, R. Raza, C. Yu, S. Andreescu, and A. Hayat

Appl. Surf. Sci., 566, 2021, 150647

Prior to the PhD program at Clarkson

[2] Development of a fluorescence immunoassay based on X-Ti-Zn nanocomposite for the detection of MUC1 biomarker

A. Akram, A. Khan, M. Majdinasab, G. Abbas, R. Raza, M. A. Ahmad, and A. Hayat

Sens. Actuators B Chem., 320, 2020, 128413

[1] Catalytic study of efficient nanocomposites {Ni0.5 Zn0.5−x Cex -oxides electrodes} for natural gas-fed fuel cells

Z. Tayyab, S.U. Rehman, I. Shakir, M.A. Khan, N. Mushtaq, F. Alvi, S. Rauf, A. Khan, M. Fatima, and R. Raza

Mater. Res. Express, 7(1), 2020, 015508


  • Oral presentations:

- "3D-printed wearable sensor for the rapid detection of uric acid"

ACS, Fall Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 21-25, 2022

  • Poster presentations:

- CAMP Annual Technical Meeting, Clayton, NY, May 23, 2022

- ACS - Northern New York Local Section, Undergraduate and Graduate Chemistry and Biology Research Symposium, SUNY Potsdam, April 1, 2022

- Eastern Analytical Symposium & Exposition (EAS), Plainsboro, NJ, November 15-17, 2021

- Summer Research and Project Showcase (RAPS), Clarkson University, August 2, 2021

April 1, 2022 - NNY-ACS Undergraduate and Graduate Chemistry and Biology Research Symposium