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Dr

Rajni Verma

Mckenzie Fellowship
Physics
Science & Technology
nanomaterials
synthesis & Optimization
microscopy
fluorescence
photocatalysis
bioimaging
antibacterial
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Dr

Rajni Verma

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Nanomaterials: Fabrication
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Dr

Rajni Verma

 

Rajni Verma is currently McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow in School of Physics at The University of Melbourne, Australia. She completed her B.S and M.S.

from University of Delhi, India. She obtained her PhD from CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, India in the year 2018. She then worked as postdoctoral fellow at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) for few months before joining The University of Melbourne in June, 2019. Her research activities include utilization of nanomaterials and nanocomposites for optical and biological applications. Recently, She is working on non-invasive optical tracking of fluorescent nanomaterials inside cells (in-vitro and in-vivo) without using chemical tagging. She is working in collaboration with RMIT University and other universities worldwide. She is also contributing in reviewing papers for esteemed Royal Society of Chemistry and MDPI journals.

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Projects

McKenzie Grant 2019, University of Melbourne, ($376K) Parkville, Australia (success rate: 8.7%).

Scholarly Works

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

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Credentials

Positions

Positions


Mckenzie Fellowship

Physics

Education

Education


Ph.D. (Chemical Sciences)

Academy of Scientific & Innovative Research

M.Sc. (Physical Chemistry Specialization)

University of Delhi

B.Sc. (H) Chemistry

University of Delhi

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