University of Rovira i Virgilli, Spain
Early Academic Pursuits:
Dr. Sachin Mishra embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor of Sciences in Biotechnology from MIMT, affiliated with C.C.S University, India. This foundational education provided him with a solid understanding of biological principles and laid the groundwork for his future research endeavors. He then pursued a Master of Sciences in Biotechnology at Sharda University, where he deepened his knowledge in the field and honed his research skills.
Following his master's degree, Dr. Mishra pursued a Doctor of Philosophy in Physics through a joint research program between Linköping University, Sweden, and the University of Free State, South Africa. This interdisciplinary endeavor allowed him to combine his expertise in biotechnology with the principles of physics, expanding his research horizons and preparing him for a dynamic career at the intersection of these fields.
Contributions and Research Focus:
Throughout his career, He has been dedicated to advancing the field of biosensors and nanotechnology, with a particular focus on developing innovative solutions for healthcare and environmental monitoring. His research spans a wide range of topics, from the development of novel biosensing platforms for detecting biomolecules to the fabrication of advanced nanomaterials for drug delivery and environmental remediation.
Accolades and Recognition:
His contributions to the field have been recognized with numerous awards and honors, including the Biosensors 2021 Online Conference where he presented his work on graphene oxide-modified biosensors for detecting SARS-CoV-2. Additionally, his research has been published in prestigious journals and featured in book chapters, highlighting the impact and significance of his work within the scientific community.
Impact and Influence:
His research has had a significant impact on the field of biosensors and nanotechnology, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in terms of sensitivity, specificity, and scalability. His work has the potential to revolutionize healthcare diagnostics, environmental monitoring, and drug delivery, ultimately improving the quality of life for people around the world.
Legacy and Future Contributions:
As He continues to pursue his research interests, he aims to further expand our understanding of nanomaterials and their applications in biosensing and healthcare. Through collaboration, innovation, and dedication to scientific excellence, he seeks to leave a lasting legacy of impact and discovery in the field of nanotechnology.
A total of 244 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.
- Citations 244
- h-index 7
- i10-index 7
Ultrasensitive and Reusable Graphene Oxide-Modified Double-Interdigitated Capacitive (DIDC) Sensing Chip for Detecting SARS-CoV-2
PK Sharma, ES Kim, S Mishra, E Ganbold, RS Seong, AK Kaushik, ...
P Mishra, G Lakshmi, S Mishra, DK Avasthi, HC Swart, APF Turner, ...
S Mishra, ES Kim, PK Sharma, ZJ Wang, SH Yang, AK Kaushik, C Wang, ...
SK Shukla, O Parlak, SK Shukla, S Mishra, APF Turner, A Tiwari
S Mishra, M Ashaduzzaman, P Mishra, HC Swart, APF Turner, A Tiwari
PK Sharma, ES Kim, S Mishra, E Ganbold, RS Seong, YM Kim, GH Jahng, ...
M Razlansari, F Ulucan-Karnak, M Kahrizi, S Mirinejad, S Sargazi, ...
S Mishra, Z Yılmaz-Serçinoğlu, H Moradi, D Bhatt, Cİ Kuru, ...
F Ulucan-Karnak, S Mishra, JR Koduru
F Ulucan-Karnak, Cİ Kuru, S Tiwari, S Mishra