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Dr. Priyadip Das

Ph.D

Research Assistant Professor

Educational Details:

  • B.Sc- University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India (2004)
  • M.Sc- University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India  (2006)
  • PhD- Central Salt and Marine Chemicals research Institute (CSIR-India) (2013)
  • Area of PhD – Design and development of diffenrent types of molecular probes for selective recognition of biologically important analytes based on Supramolecular chemistry

Academic Experience:

  • Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University), July 2017-Till date.
  • Chief Scientific Officer at Module Innovations, Module Innovations pvt Ltd, February 2017-June 2017.
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate  at Institute of Chemistry , The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,  June 2013-January 2017
  • Senior Research Fellow (CSIR-SRF) at Central Salt and Marine Chemicals Research Institute (CSIR-India), February 2011-April 2013
  • Junior Rresearch Fellow (CSIR-SRF) at Central Salt and Marine Chemicals Research Institute (CSIR-India), February 2008-February 2011
  • Junior Research Fellow (JRF) at Bioorganic Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, November 2006-January 2008

Other Professional Experience:

  • Visiting Research Scholar under UKIERI-DST Project in the research group of Dr. Jim A. Thomas at University of Sheffield, U.K during 10-2009 to 12-2009.

Conferences/Seminars/Workshops Attended

  • XXIV Gujarat Science Congress 2010, organized by   University and Gujarat Science Academy, Ahmadabad, Gujarat, March 2010. (Oral presentation)
  • International Symposium on Facts of Weak Interactions in Chemistry, Dept of Chemistry, University of Calcutta, Calcutta, January 2011. (Poster presentation)
  • 3rd Asian Conference on Coordination Chemistry (International Symposium), Indian Habitat Centre- Delhi, India, October 2011. (Poster presentation)
  • The Israel Vacuum Society (IVS), Annual Scientific Conference, Air force House, Herzliya, Israel, September 2013.
  • 79th Annual Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society (ICS), Dan panorama Hotel, Tel aviv, Israel. February 2014. (Poster presentation)
  • Functional Peptide and Protein Nanostructures Research Workshop of the Israel Science Foundation, Kibbutz Tzuba, Israel, May 2014. (Poster presentation)
  • 80th Annual Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society (ICS), David intercontinental Hotel, Telaviv, Israel. February 2015. (Poster presentation)
  • Nano Center Annual Conference, Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,  Holiday Inn Hotel, Ashkelon, Israel, March 2015.  (Poster presentation)
  • The 3rd Conference of the Israel Society for Biotechnology Engineering (ISBE), The Israel Society for Biotechnology Engineering (ISBE), Dan Panorama Hotel, Tel-Aviv, Israel, December 2015. (Poster presentation)
  • 81st Annual Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society (ICS), David intercontinental Hotel, Telaviv, Israel. February 2016. (Poster Presentation)
  • The 5th international Nanotechnology conference and Exhibition (Nanoisrael 2016), Smolarz Auditorium Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel,  February, 2016. (Poster Presentation)
  • Nano Center Annual Conference, Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,  Hagoshrim Hotel, Galil, Israel, April 2016. (Poster Presentation)

Achievements and Awards:

  • Junior Research Fellowship (CSIR-NET): Awarded by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, (CSIR- India), May, 2006.
  • Senior Research Fellowship (CSIR): Awarded by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, (CSIR- India), February, 2011.
  • PBC postdoctoral Fellowship: Awarded and sponsored by the Planning and Budgeting Committee of the council for higher education in Israel, May’ 2013.

 

       

 

  • Supramolecular Chemistry
  • Molecular recognition and Bio-sensors
  • Peptide based biomolecular self-assembly and related bio-analytical application
  • Design and development of Metal-peptide framework 
  • Single molecule force spectroscopy for surface chemistry / Antimicrobial coatings

Group Leader: Dr. Priyadip Das

Present Student: Ms. Maryremaji  (PhD student)

Selected Publications
  • R. Bucci, P. Das,  F. Iannuzzi, M. Feligioni, R. Gandolfi, M. Reches, S. Pellegrino, Self-assembly of amphipathic ααβ-tripeptide into cationic spherical particles for intracellular delivery. († Equal  Contribution) , Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry15, 6773-6779, 2017, IF= 3.564

  • P. Das, M Reches, Revealing the Role of Catechol Moieties in the Interactions between peptides and inorganic Surfaces. NanoScale , 8, 15309-15316, 2016, IF = 7.367.

  • S. Maity, † P. Das, † M. Reches, Inversion of Supramolecular Chirality by sonication- induced organogelation ( Equal Contribution). Nature. Scientific. Report,  2015, 5, 16365 (Article number), 1-11. († Equal  Contribution) IF: 5.228

  • P. Das, M Reches, Single-stranded DNA detection by solvent-induced assemblies of a Metallo-Peptide-based complex. NanoScale, 8, 9527-9536, 2016, IF = 7.367.

  • K. Chandra, P. Das, S. Mamadi, et. al. Covalent Inhibition of the HIV-1 Integrase by N-succinimide Peptide. Chem. Med. Chem.; 11, 1987-1994, 2016 , IF:3.225

  • P. Das, S. Yuran, J .Yan, P. S. Lee, M.  Reches, Sticky Tubes and Magnetic Hydrogels co- Assembled by a Short Peptide and Melanin-like Nanoparticles. Chemical Communications, 51, 5432-5435, 2015, IF = 6.319.

  • P. Das, A. K. Mandal, G. U. Reddy, M. Baidya, et. al.  Designing Thiol Specific Fluorescent Probe for a Possible Use as a Reagent for Intracellular Detection and Estimation in Blood Serum: Kinetic Analysis for Probing the Role of Intra Molecular Hydrogen Bonding.Org. Biomol. Chem.; 2013, 11, 6604. IF: 3.564

  • P. Das, N. B. Chandar, S. Chourey, H. Agarwalla, B. Ganguly, A. Das, A. Role of Metal Ion in Specific Recognition of Pyrophosphate Ion under Physiological Conditions and Hydrolysis of the Phosphoester Linkage by Alkaline Phosphatase.  Inorganic Chemistry, 52, 11034-11041, 2013, IF = 4.857.

  • P. Das, A. K. Mandal, N. B. Chandar, M. Baidya, H. B. Bhatt, B. Ganguly, S. K. Ghosh, A. Das, New Chemodosimetric Reagents as Ratiometric Probes for Cysteine and Homocysteine and Possible Detection in Living Cells and in Blood Plasma. Chemistry-A European Journal, 18, 15382-15393, 2012, IF = 5.317.

  • P. Das, S. Bhattacharya, S. Mishra, A. Das, Zn(II) and Cd(II)-based complexes for probing the enzymatic hydrolysis of Na4P2O7 by alkaline phosphatase in physiological conditions. Chemical Communications, 47, 8118-8120, 2011, IF = 6.319

  • G. U. Reddy, P. Das, S. Saha, M. Baidya, S. Ghosh, A. Das, A CNˉ Specific Turn-On Phosphorescent Probe with Probable Application for Enzymatic Assay and as an Imaging Reagent. Chemical Communications, 2013, 49, 255,  IF: 6.319

  • P. Das, A. K. Mandal, M. K. Kesharwani, E. Suresh, B. Ganguly, A. Das, Receptor design and extraction of inorganic fluoride ion from aqueous medium. Chemical  Communications2011, 47, 7398-7400,  IF = 6.319

  • P. Das, A. Ghosh, A. Das, Unusual Specificity of a Receptor for Nd3+ Among Other Lanthanide Ions for Selective Colorimetric Recognition.  Inorganic Chemistry,  2010, 49, 6909-6916. IF: 4.857

  • P. Das, A. Ghosh, M. K. Kesharwani, V. Ramu, et. al. ZnII–2,2:6,2⁄⁄-Terpyridine-Based Complex as Fluorescent Chemosensor for PPi, AMP and ADP. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2011, 3050. IF: 2.942

  • A. Ghosh, P. Das, M. R. Gill, P. Kar, et. al.  Photoactive RuII–Polypyridyl Complexes that Display Sequence Selectivity and High-Affinity Binding to Duplex DNA through Groove Binding. Chem. Eur. J.; 2011, 17, 2089. IF: 5.317

  • A. K. Mandal, P. Das, P. Mahato, S. Acharya, Das, A.  A Taco Complex Derive from a Bis-Crown Ether Capable of Executing Molecular Logic Operation through Reversible Complexation. J. Org. Chem.; 2012, 77, 6789. IF: 4.849

  • P. Das, M. K. Kesharwani, A. K. Mandal, E. Suresh, et. al. An alternative approach: a highly selective dual responding fluoride sensor having active methylene group as binding site. Org. Biomol. Chem.; 2012, 10, 2263. IF: 3.64

  • A. K. Mandal, M. Suresh, P. Das, E.Suresh, et. al. Recognition of Hg2+ Ion through Restricted Imine Isomerization: Crystallographic Evidence and Imaging in Live Cells. Org. Lett.; 2012, 14, 2980. IF: 6.732

  • A. K. Mandal, M. Suresh, P. Das, A. Das, Restricted Conformational Flexibility of a Triphenylamine Derivative on the Formation of Host–Guest Complexes with Various Macrocyclic Hosts. Chem.Eur. J.; 2012, 18, 3906. IF: 5.317.

  • P. Das, A. Ghosh, H. Bhatt, A. Das, A highly selective and dual responsive test paper sensor of Hg2+/Cr3+ for naked eye detection in neutral water. Rsc. Adv.; 2012, 2, 3714-3721. [IF: 3.108

Papers Presented:

  • P. Das, M. Reches, “Single-stranded DNA detection by solvent-induced assemblies of a MetalloPeptide-based complex” The 5th international Nanotechnology conference and Exhibition (Nanoisrael 2016), Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, February, 2016.
  • P. Das, M Reches, “Revealing the Role of Catechol Moieties in the Interactions between peptides and inorganic Surfaces”, 81st Annual Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society (ICS), Telaviv, Israel. February, 2016.
  • P. Das, S. Yuran, J .Yan, P. S. Lee, M.  Reches, “Sticky Tubes and Magnetic Hydrogels Co-Assembled by a Short Peptide and Melanin-like Nanoparticles “, 80th Annual Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society (ICS), Israel Chemical Society, Telaviv, Israel. February, 2015.
  • P. Das, A. K. Mandal, M. K. Kesharwani, E. Suresh, B. Ganguly,  A. Das, “Receptor design and extraction of inorganic fluoride ion from aqueous medium”. 3rd Asian Conference on Coordination Chemistry (International Symphosium), Indian Habitat Centre- Delhi, October, 2011.
  • P. Das, A. Ghosh, A. Das, “Unusual Specificity of a Receptor for Nd3+ Among Other Lanthanide Ions for Selective Colorimetric Recognition”. International Symposium on Facts of Weak Interactions in Chemistry, Dept of Chemistry, University of Calcutta, India, January,  2011.

 

M.Sc -Chemistry 

  • 17PCY103-Organic chemistry -I Semester
  • 17PCY2012-Organic chemistry -II Semester

B.Tech

  • Principles of Environmental Science

 

 

PhD Position: 

Interested candidates with background sin Chemistry please send his/her CV to - Dr. Priyadip Das. Candidates who qualified CSIR NET or GATE Examination will get preference. 

(Email:ID: priyadipdas.p@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in)

Dr. Priyadip Das
Central Library Building (University Building)
7th floor, Room no-701D
SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University)
Kattankulathur, Chennai
Tamil Nadu 603203, India

Email: priyadipdas.p@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in