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Dr. Sivaramapanicker

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Assistant Professor (Research)

SRM Institute of Science & Technology

Kattankulathur, Chennai, Tamilnadu

603203, INDIA


Dr. Sreejith received his PhD degree in Chemistry from the CSIR-National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology (CSIR-NIIST), INDIA in 2010. Subsequently, he became an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow (2010 – 2011) at Humboldt University, Germany. He then moved to Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (2011-2017). In 2017, he joined as a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Advanced 2D Materials, National University of Singapore and then he continued as a senior researcher (2018 to 2019) at the Institute for Health Innovation & Technology (formerly BIGHEART)National University of Singapore, Singapore. During 2020 to 2024, he became adhoc faculty at School of Energy Materials, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam and Department of Polymer Science  and Rubber Technology, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, India. Currently he is a Research Assistant Professor at SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, India. Dr. Sreejith is also a Group Leader at the newly established Soft Materials Laboratory, led by SSB Chair Professor A. Ajayaghosh at Department of Chemistry, SRMIST-Chennai. His research interest includes the study of organic functional materials, hybrids and nanosystems and exploring its applications as molecular probes and ultra-sensitive sensors.

Selected Publications

1. A Plasmonic Supramolecular Nanohybrid as a Contrast Agent for Site Selective Computed Tomography Imaging of Tumor
S. Sreejith*et. al.,
Advanced Functional Materials (Impact factor 19). 2022, 32, 2110575.

2. Nanomechanical Microfluidic Mixing and Rapid Labeling of Silica Nanopartciles using Allenamide-Thiol Covalent Linkage for Bioimaging
S. Sreejith et. al.,
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (Impact factor 9.5). 2019, 11, 4867-4875

3. Biosensing with the Singular Phase of an Ultrathin Metal Dielectric Nanophotonic Cavity

K. V. Sreekanth, S. Sreejith et. al.,

Nature Communications (Impact factor 16.6). 2018, 9, 369.

4. Near-Infrared Squaraine Dye Encapsulated Micelles for In Vivo Fluorescence and Photoacoustic Bimodal Imaging

S. Sreejith et. al.,

ACS Nano (Impact factor 17.1). 2015, 9, 5695-5704.

5. Three-Photon Excited Luminescence from Unsymmetrical Cyanostilbene Aggregates: Morphology Tuning and Targeted Bioimaging

A. K. Mandal#, S. Sreejith# et. al., (#Equally contributed)

ACS Nano (Impact factor 17.1). 2015, 9, 4796-4805.

6. Upconversion Nanoparticles as a Contrast Agent for Photoacoustic Imaging in Live Mice

S. K. Maji#, S. Sreejith# et. al., #Equally contributed)

Advanced Materials (Impact factor 29.4). 2014, 28, 10637-10643.

7. Self-assembled Near-infrared Dye Nanoparticles as a Selective Protein Sensor by Activation of a Dormant Fluorophore
P. Anees, S. Sreejith , A. Ajayaghosh
J. Am. Chem. Soc. (Impact factor 15) 2014, 136, 13233-13239.

8. Graphene Oxide Wrapping on Squaraine Loaded Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for Bioimaging
S. Sreejith et. al.,
J. Am. Chem. Soc. (Impact factor 14.69). 2012, 134, 17346-17349.

9. A Near-infrared Squaraine Dye as Latent Ratiometric FLuorophore for the Detection of Aminothiol Content in Blood Plasma

S. Sreejith et. al.,

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (Impact factor 16.6). 2008, 47, 7883-7887.

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