Meysam Keshavarz received his MSc degree in Materials Science and Engineering from University Technology of Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia in 2012, and the PhD. degree in Bio-Nano Materials from Ryerson University, Canada in 2017. Currently he is a Research Associate Fellow at the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery, Imperial College London, UK. His research involves in development of new methods for pervasive biosensing.
His main research interests include applications of Nano and Quantum materials for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes.
et al., 2020, Self-assembled N-doped Q-dot carbon nanostructures as a SERS-active biosensor with selective therapeutic functionality, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol:323, ISSN:0925-4005, Pages:128703-128703
et al., 2020, Biomedical Waste Management by Using Nanophotocatalysts: The Need for New Options, Materials, Vol:13
et al., 2020, Induced neural stem cell differentiation on a drawn fiber scaffold-toward peripheral nerve regeneration, Biomedical Materials, Vol:15, ISSN:1748-6041
et al., 2020, Metal-oxide surface-enhanced Raman biosensor template towards point-of-care EGFR detection and cancer diagnostics, Nanoscale Horizons, Vol:5, ISSN:2055-6756, Pages:294-307
et al., 2019, Towards a Flexible Wrist-Worn Thermotherapy and Thermoregulation Device, 19th Annual IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE), IEEE, Pages:644-648, ISSN:2471-7819