Reem Khan

Thesis topic: Single particle collision electrochemical (SPCE) study of engineered nanomaterials and their application in sensing and environmental remediation

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

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

Awards and Honors:

  • Phalanx commendable leadership and service awards, Clarkson University, April, 2022

  • Petr Zuman Award, Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science, Clarkson University, April, 2022

  • Best Poster Presentation award, The 31st International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy and Air under the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS), March, 2022, link

  • Best poster presentation award, The Sci-Mix poster session at ACS National Meeting, Fall 2021

  • Educational Award, ACS - Agrochemical (AGRO) Division, ACS National Meeting, Fall 2021

  • Certificate of Merit, ACS - Environmental Chemistry Division, ACS National Meeting, Spring 2021

  • 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) awarded by the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for outstanding academic record - 2018

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

Publications:

[9] Nanoelectrochemistry Reveals Selective Interactions of Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) with Silver Nanoparticles

R. Khan, D. Andreescu, M. H. Hassan, J. Ye, and S. Andreescu

Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., x(x), 2022, xxxx

https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.202209164

[8] Advances in electrochemical detection methods for measuring contaminants of emerging concerns

M. H. Hassan, R. Khan, and S. Andreescu

Electrochem. Sci. Adv. x(x), 2022, xxxx

https://doi.org/10.1002/elsa.202100184

[7] Two-Dimensional Nanostructures for Electrochemical Biosensor

R. Khan, A. Radoi, S. Rashid, A. Hayat, A. Vasilescu, and S. Andreescu

Sensors, 21(10), 2021, 3369

https://doi.org/10.3390/s21103369

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

R. Khan, and S. Andreescu

Sensors, 20(18), 2020, 5434

https://doi.org/10.3390/s20185434

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

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

Magnetochemistry, 5(4), 2019, 63

https://doi.org/10.3390/magnetochemistry5040063

Prior to the PhD program at Clarkson

[4] Nanomaterials in fluorescence-based biosensors: Defining key roles

A. Sharma, M. Majdinasab, R. Khan, Z. Li, A. Hayat, and J.-L. Marty

Nano-Struct. Nano-Objects, 27, 2021, 100774

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nanoso.2021.100774

[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

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2019.126048

[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

https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules24061017

[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

https://doi.org/10.3390/toxins10050197

Conferences:

  • Oral presentations:

- "Probing Environmental Chemical Processes through Nanoelectrochemistry"

The 50th Middle Atlantic Regional meeting (MARM) of the American Chemical Society. June 3, 2022

- "Design and development of an electrochemical detection method of PFASs substances through nano-impact electrochemistry"

Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Department Seminar Series, Clarkson University, April 1, 2022

- "Low-cost ultrasensitive method for PFASs detection through electrochemistry"

ACS, Fall Meeting, (virtual), August 22, 2021

- "Ultrasensitive Electrochemical Detection of Per and Poly-Fluoroalkyl Species in Drinking Water"

The 239th ECS Meeting, with the 18th International Meeting in Chemical Sensors (IMCS), (virtual), May 30, 2021

- "Electrochemical sensing of perfluoroalkyl substances for environmental remediation"

ACS, National Spring Meeting , Session: Sensors & Biosensors for Widespread Environmental Monitoring, April 16, 2021

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

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

  • Meetings with 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 2, 2022

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

- ACS Fall National Meeting (The Sci-Mix poster session), August 24, 2021

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

Nov., 2021 - EAS Conference, Plainsboro, NJ

April, 20212 - NNY-ACS Undergraduate and Graduate Chemistry and Biology Research Symposium

April 1, 2022 - Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Department Seminar

April, 2022 - Phalanx commendable leadership and service awards