Dr. Anshu Kumari

Early Career Professional Member | Postdoctoral Fellow
Kumari, Anshu
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SPIE Membership: 3.2 years
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Area of Expertise: Biotechnology, Biomedical Imaging, Nanotechnology, Photonics
ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7174-3544
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A curious research scholar with 6+ years of research experience in nanomedicine, multiphoton imaging, and biophysics techniques.

During my doctoral training at the Indian Institute of Technology Indore, I was actively involved in the development of polymeric and metallic nanocarriers for various biomedical applications. The discovery on “Application of the only FDA approved dye i.e. Indocyanine Green (ICG) for multiphoton imaging which was published in Journal of Biophotonics as a Letter has given a huge scientific breakthrough to the fields of bioimaging. As a continuation of this work, a follow-up paper was also published in which, it was reported that encapsulated ICG showed a higher signal-to-noise ratio as compare to free ICG (RSC Advances, 2019). Additionally, the essential amino acid-based nanocarrier was also developed for the NIR imaging (Scientific Reports, 2020 and Indian Patent). Also, we reported the fabrication technique of the fusogenic viral nanoparticles for NIR imaging (ACS Biomaterial Sciences and Engineering, 2021).

The grueling years of my Ph.D. have taught me excellent communication and illustration skills with the ability to think and independently design and execute several projects successfully in a timely-dependent manner. Contributing to setting up the laboratory, my ancillary capabilities like people and resource management got polished. In addition, I got the chance to train 2 master's students during my Ph.D.

Skilled in Bio-imaging, Materials Science, Nanomedicine, biophotonics, molecular biology, and Nanotechnology. Having completed my Ph.D., I am looking for postdoctoral opportunities in translational research (nanomedicine and virus-like nanoparticles) especially in the field of oncology in both academia and industry.


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