Razeah Salahandish has joined Dr. Sanati Nezhad's group as a visiting Ph.D. student from the Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran. She studied MSc from the Iran University of Science and Technology, and BSc from the University of Tehran both in electrochemistry.She specializes in electrochemical biosensors has worked on projects related to the detection of cancer (prostate, cervical and breast), Hepatitis C and B, Influenza and neurodegenerative diseases. She completed her PhD in BioMEMS lab for the development of differerent nano-biosensro for the detection of cancer, brain injuries and infection. She is currently a senior Research Assistant in BioMEMS lab for making multiplexed microfluidic-based nanobiosensors for rapid disease diagnosis.
Supervisor: Amir Sanati-Nezhad
Lab: BioMEMS lab
Salahandish, R., Ghaffarinejad, A., Naghib, S. M., Niyazi, A., Majidzadeh-A, K., Janmaleki, M., & Sanati-Nezhad, A. (2019). Sandwich-structured nanoparticles-grafted functionalized graphene based 3D nanocomposites for high-performance biosensors to detect ascorbic acid biomolecule. Scientific reports, 9(1), 1226.
Salahandish, R., Ghaffarinejad, A., Naghib, S. M., Majidzadeh-A, K., Zargartalebi, H., & Sanati-Nezhad, A. (2018). Nano-biosensor for highly sensitive detection of HER2 positive breast cancer. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 117, 104-111.
Salahandish, R., Ghaffarinejad, A., Omidinia, E., Zargartalebi, H., Majidzadeh-A, K., Naghib, S. M., & Sanati-Nezhad, A. (2018). Label-free ultrasensitive detection of breast cancer miRNA-21 biomarker employing electrochemical nano-genosensor based on sandwiched AgNPs in PANI and N-doped graphene. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 120, 129-136.
Salahandish, R., Ghaffarinejad, A., Naghib, S. M., Majidzadeh-A, K., & Sanati-Nezhad, A. (2018). A novel graphene-grafted gold nanoparticles composite for highly sensitive electrochemical biosensing. IEEE Sensors Journal, 18(6), 2513-2519.