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C Raman Suri's Biography

C Raman Suri, Head, CSIR- IMTECH

Biosensor and Nanobiotechnology group (BNG) at IMTECH, headed by Dr. C. Raman Suri has major objective to develop low cost molecular/immuno diagnostics devices for health care and environmental applications. Dr. Suri is Sr. Research Professor and head of the Nanobiotechnology & Biosensors Group at CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandigarh (India) He was awarded the Ph.D. in Biotechnology from the Panjab University, Chandigarh and than worked as visiting faculty at several Universities in India and abroad. He is author of more than 100 refereed papers and international presentations including several patents in his name, and many national/international awards. His research is focused mainly on the generation of some specific biorecognition molecules (antibodies, aptamers and enzymes) against clinically and environmental important molecules, and integration these into micro- and nanostructures, with state-of-the-art bioelectronic read-out systems. Nanotechnology based biosensors are the product of this integration with great interest for several environment and clinical applications that aim at a significant improve of the quality and safety of citizen’s life. The biosensors developed by his group integrated with some ultra-sensitive nanostructures based platforms represent a novel generation devices in the cutting edge technologies in the area of new-generation biodiagnosis. His previous expertise gained developing electrochemical sensors and biosensors based on different materials is now joined to that of nanomaterials so as to develop novel, rapid-response biosensors selective for targeted chemical and biological molecules. Dr Suri coordinates the various research activities of the groups located both in the country and overseas who have interest in the development of immunoreagents for smaller molecules/biomarkers, low cost biosensing platforms, and targeted drug delivery systems. He is also members of various research funding agencies of India.

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Microfluidic Immunosensor Systems: Next Generation Biodiagnostics Tools

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 at 14:30

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