Dr Sondes Ben Aissa is currently a research associate in the Cass group at the Chemistry Department of Imperial College. Her research interests are in the field of analytical biochemistry in the design of new biosensing devices for the detection of relevant molecules and biomarkers. She trained initially as a chemical engineer at the National Institute of Applied Science and Technology (Tunisia). She obtained her co-supervised PhD degree from the University of Tunis El Manar (Tunisia) and the University of Perpignan (France) in 2020 after being awarded an ERASMUS scholarship. Dr Ben Aissa is particularly expert in handling DNA aptamers from in-silico modelling to the integration into electrochemical platforms for different applications, including healthcare diagnostics and environmental applications.
Majdinasab M, Ben Aissa S, Marty JL, 2020, Advances in Colorimetric Strategies for Mycotoxins Detection: Toward Rapid Industrial Monitoring, Toxins, Vol:13, Pages:13-13
et al., 2020, Investigation of a Truncated Aptamer for Ofloxacin Detection Using a Rapid FRET-Based Apta-Assay, Antibiotics, Vol:9, Pages:860-860
et al., 2020, Aptamer-modified pencil graphite electrodes for the impedimetric determination of ochratoxin A, Food Control, Vol:115, ISSN:0956-7135, Pages:107271-107271
et al., 2019, Design of a redox-active surface for ultrasensitive redox capacitive aptasensing of aflatoxin M1 in milk, Talanta, Vol:195, ISSN:0039-9140, Pages:525-532
et al., 2019, Development of an Impedimetric Aptasensor for Label Free Detection of Patulin in Apple Juice, Molecules, Vol:24, Pages:1017-1017