Javeria Bashir specialises in Nanotechnology: magneto plasmonic nanoarchitectured materials and their bioseneing applications.

Her research mainly focuses on the synthesis and manipulation of magneto-plasmonic biocompatible mesoporous nanostructures for SERS based biosensing of clinically relevant biomarkers.

​She received Bachelor in Physics from University of Gujrat and Masters in Physics (2020) in first class from The University of Lahore, Pakistan. She studied Nanotechnology and material Science as majors in higher studies. In Masters, she conducted research on photocatalytic properties of Nano-architectured perovskite calcium titanate. She joined Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN), The University of Queensland (UQ) as a PhD student in 2021.