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  • Prof Pranab Goswami

  • Professor (HAG)
  • Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Publications 1982 - 2024

Publications

  • 79
    Journal Articles
  • 4
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 20
    Review
  • 9
  • 3
  • 1
  • 85

Citations / H-Index

3169 Citations
31 h-index
3469 Citations

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Co-author Network


Expertise

Biomedical Engineering

Biosensors and Biofuel cells: Nanobiosensors using various nanomaterials such as carbon dots, gold nanoparticles, and nanocrystals, graphene-based nanoparticles as a signal transduction systems along with the different redox enzymes and novel aptamers as recognition elements for detection of malaria, myocardial infarction, alcohol, bilirubin, and formaldehyde. Chromatographic paper and biofuel cells are major platforms for developing these biosensors.

Personal Information

Prof Pranab Goswami

Male
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
Guwahati, Assam, - 781039


Experience

  • Professor (HAG)

    Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering

    Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

  • Head

    Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering

    Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

  • Chairman

    Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering

    Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati


Qualification

  • Ph.D.

    Gauhati University

  • M.S.

    BITS, Pilani


Honours and Awards

2019

SERB-University Alberta Visiting Professorship at University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

SERB DST and University of Alberta, Canada

2015

Full sponsorship to attend Editor's conference held at Beijing, China

Elsevier, UK

1996

BOYSCAST Fellow at UNiversity of Massachusetts Boston

DST India

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2019

SERB-University Alberta Visiting Professorship at University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

SERB DST and University of Alberta, Canada

2015

Full sponsorship to attend Editor's conference held at Beijing, China

Elsevier, UK

1996

BOYSCAST Fellow at UNiversity of Massachusetts Boston

DST India

1986

NET JRF

UGC

1986

JRF

CSIR, India

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2019

Cyanobacteria based bioelectrode for biofuelcell applications.

Dr. Mrinal Kumar Sarma, IIT Guwahati

2019

Cloning, expression and biosensing application of Glutamate dehydrogenase for malaria.

Dr. Naveen Kumar Singh, IIT Guwahati

2018

Development of malaria detection methods using P.falciparum histidine rich protein II as target biomarker.

Dr. Babina Chakma, IIT Guwahati

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2019

Cyanobacteria based bioelectrode for biofuelcell applications.

Dr. Mrinal Kumar Sarma, IIT Guwahati

2019

Cloning, expression and biosensing application of Glutamate dehydrogenase for malaria.

Dr. Naveen Kumar Singh, IIT Guwahati

2018

Development of malaria detection methods using P.falciparum histidine rich protein II as target biomarker.

Dr. Babina Chakma, IIT Guwahati

2018

Cyanobacteria based photosynthetic microbial fuel cell: Development and application for sensing alcohol.

Dr. Sharbani Kaushik, IIT Guwahati

2017

Studies on DNA as biorecognition element for detection of Plasmodium lactate dehydrogenase in optical and electrochemical platforms.

Dr. Priyamvada Jain, IIT Guwahati

2016

Development and characterization of DNA aptamer and microfluidic paper based platform for detection of heart type fatty acid binding protein.

Dr. Ankana Kakoti, IIT Guwahati

2016

Human serum albumin stabilized gold nanoclusters and their applications for detection of bilirubin in serum samples.

Dr. Santhosh M, IIT Guwahati

2015

Studies on Production, Characterization, and Application Potential of Cholesterol Oxidase from a Rhodococcus Sp. NCIM 2891.

Dr. Seraj Ahmad, IIT Guwahati

2015

Nanocomposite based alcohol oxidase bioanode and laccase biocathode for bioelectronics applications.

Dr. Madhuri Das, IIT Guwahati

2015

Biophysical and Biochemical characteristics of Alcohol Oxidase from P. pastoris and its Potential Bioelectronic Application.

Dr. Chinnadayyala Somasekhar Reddy, IIT Guwahati

2014

Molecular and Functional Characterization of a Novel Alcohol Oxidase From Aspergillus terreus MTCC6324.

Dr. Mitun Chakraborty, IIT Guwahati

2012

Studies on immobilization of lipase and its application for hydrolysis and transesterification of sunflower oil for production of biodiesel.

Dr. Sushovan Chatterjee, IIT Guwahati

2012

Studies on nanomaterials and a biomaterial as cholesterol oxidase-immobilization supports for developing cholesterol biosensor.

Dr. Urmila Saxena, IIT Guwahati

2010

Studies on heme-based redox enzymes from Aspergillus terreus MTCC 6324 and their potential applications for bioelectronic devices.

Dr. Preety Vatsyayan, IIT Guwahati

2009

Development of Polymeric Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery to Cancer Cells.

Dr. Abhishek Sahu, IIT Guwahati

2008

Characteristics and application potential of an alcohol oxidase from the hydrocarbon-degrading fungus Aspergillus terreus.

Dr. Adepu Kiran Kumar, IIT Guwahati

2004

studies on the production, isolation, characterization and application of extracellular lipase (s) of microbial origin.

Dr. Lambit Kanwar, Dibrugarh University

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