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

Publications:

[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

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.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

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.snb.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

https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/2053-1591/ab6377

Conferences:

  • Oral presentations:

- Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Department Seminar Series, Clarkson University, 2021

  • Poster presentations:

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

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