Reem Khan

Thesis topic: Single particle collision electrochemical (SPCE) study of engineered nanomaterials and their

application in sensing and environmental remdiation

Research: - Developing new type biosensors based on 2D materials

- Application of single particle collision electrochemistry (SPCE) to analyze relevant environmentally pollutants

Awards and Honors:

  • Ph.D scholarship under “US-PAK knowledge corridor” Project to study in US 2019-2024

  • Research internship in France (University of Perpignan) under Peridot project (PAK-France joint research project) - 2018

  • Merit scholarship for outstanding academic record in MS chemistry - 2018

  • 1st place (gold medalist) with a laptop prize awarded by the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for outstanding academic record - 2018

  • Merit scholarship for outstanding academic record in BS chemistry - 2016


[5] MXenes-Based Bioanalytical Sensors: Design, Characterization, and Applications

R. Khan, and S. Andreescu

Sensors, 20(18), 2020, 5434

[4] Magnetic particles-based analytical platforms for food safety monitoring

R. Khan, A. Rehman, A. Hayat, and S. Andreescu

Magnetochemistry, 5(4), 2019, 63

Prior to the PhD program at Clarkson

[3] Switchable fluorescence sensor toward PAT via CA-MWCNTs quenched aptamer-tagged Carboxyfluorescein

R. Khan, T.A. Sherazi, S. Rasheed, J.-L. Marty, and A. Hayat

Food Chem., 312, 2020, 126048

[2] Development of an impedimetric aptasensor for label free detection of patulin in apple juice

R. Khan, S. Ben Aissa, T.A. Sherazi, G. Catanante, A. Hayat, J.-L. Marty

Molecules, 24(6), 2019, 1017

[1] Designed Strategies for Fluorescence-Based Biosensors for the Detection of Mycotoxins

A. Sharma, R. Khan, G. Catanante, T.A. Sherazi, S. Bhand, A. Hayat, J.-L. Marty

Toxins, 10(5), 2018, 197


  • Oral presentations:

- "MXenes-based Bioanalytical Sensors: Design, Characterization and Applications"

Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Department Seminar Series, Clarkson University, March 19, 2021

  • Poster presentations: