Javeria Bashir's area of expertise lies in the field of Nanotechnology, with a specific focus on magneto-plasmonic nanoarchitectured materials and their applications in biosensing

The main focus of her research is on the synthesis and manipulation of biocompatible mesoporous nanostructures that are magneto-plasmonic in nature. These nanostructures are used for the detection of clinically relevant biomarkers through surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) based biosensing.

Having completed her Bachelor's degree in Physics from the University of Gujrat and a Master's degree in Physics from The University of Lahore, Pakistan, with a first-class distinction, she pursued Nanotechnology and Material Science as her majors in higher studies. During her Master's degree, she delved into research on the photocatalytic properties of Nano-architectured perovskite calcium titanate.

In 2021, she commenced her PhD program at the Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) at The University of Queensland (UQ).