SERS Microfluidic Assay for Cancer Biomarkers

Kamil Reza Khondakar is working on Cancer Biomarkers. His research is focused on detection of multiple cancer biomarkers like cells , proteins, etc in a microfluidic-SERS immunoassay platform. ​

Kamil Reza  is a PhD student at the Centre of Personalised Medicine in Trau group since April 2015. He is working on cancer biomarkers. He received prestigious IPRS (International Postgraduate Research scholarship) fellowship from Australian Government to carry out his research work. He received his M.Tech degree in Nanotechnology from Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India and Master of Science in Physics from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. He worked as a Senior Project Fellow at National Physical  Laboratory, New Delhi, India from 2010-2014. His research activities include development of biosensors based on nanostructures, nanocomposites utilizing various platforms icluding microfluidic chip for biomedical applications. He has ten publications to his credit with few conference presentations. ​

Key Publications

  1. Electrohydrodynamic-Induced SERS Immunoassay for Extensive Multiplexed Biomarker Sensing. K. Kamil Reza, Jing Wang, Ramanathan Vaidyanathan, Shuvashis Dey, Yuling Wang, & Matt TrauSmall, 2016. doi: 10.1002/smll.201602902   
  2. Tyrosinase conjugated reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite interface for bisphenol A sensor.K.Kamil Reza*, Azahar Ali, Saurabh Srivastava, V.V. Agrawal & A.M.Biradar, Biosensor & Bioelectronics,74,15 (2015),644–651 (*corresponding author).   
  3. Self assembled DC sputtered nanostructured rutile TiO2 platform for bisphenol A detection Nawab Singh, K. Kamil Reza, Md. Azahar Ali, Ved Varun Agrawal and A. M. Biradar   Biosensors & Bioelectronics 68, (2015) 633–641:
  4. Pearl shaped highly sensitive Mn3O4 nanocomposite interface for biosensor applications. K. Kamil Reza*, Nawab singh, Surendra K. Yadav, Manish kumar singh and A.M. Biradar. Biosensor & Bioelectronics 62 (2014) 47-51:  (* corresponding author)
  5. Lipid-Lipid interaction in aminated reduced graphene oxide interface for biosensing application. Md. Azahar Ali*K.Kamil Reza*, S.Srivastava, V.V.Agrawal, R.John and B.D.Malhotra. Langmuir (2014) 30, 4192-4201: (* Equal contribution).