Selected Publications

Patents Applied

[1] Ghosh, S., Peng, J., and GhoshMitra, S., Methods and Device for Simultaneous Optical Irradiation and Oscillating Magnetic field Radiation of a Target (US Patent Application Serial Number: 62/235,803).

[2] Ghosh, S., and GhoshMitra, S., Multimodal Therapy for Cancer Cell Destruction (US Patent Application Serial Number: 62/235,850).

Journal Articles

[1] McCallister T., Gidney, E., Adams, D., Diercks, D., and Ghosh, S., Engineering thermoresponsive, magnetic nanocarriers of oligo(ethylene glycol)-methacrylate-based biopolymers (Applied Physics Express, 2014, in press).

[2] Roberts, J., Dahiya, J., Ghosh, S., Using a microwave resonant cavity to study hydrogen bonding at phase transition in H2O and D2O, (International Journal of Microwave and Optical Technology, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2014, pp. 183-190).

[3] GhoshMitra, S., Diercks, D., Mills, N., Hynds, D., and Ghosh, S., Moderate level exposure to poly(ethylene glycol) analouge biopolymer encapsulated, multifunctional magnetic nanodots do not deleteriously affect neuite outgrowth, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2013, Vol.13, pp. 8290-8297.

[4] GhoshMitra, S., Diercks, D., Mills, N., Hynds, D., and Ghosh, S., Role of engineered nanocarriers for axon regeneration and guidance: current status and future trends, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 2012, doi:10.1016/j.addr.2011.12.013.

[5] GhoshMitra, S., Diercks, D., Mills, N., Hynds, D., and Ghosh, S., Excellent biocompatibility of semiconductor quantum dots encased in multifunctional poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) nano-reservoirs and nuclear specific labeling of growing neurons, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 98, 103702 (2011); doi:10.1063/1.3562036 (3 pages).

[6] Ghosh. S, and Cai., T., “Controlled actuation of alternating magnetic field-sensitive tunable hydrogels”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 43, No. 41, 2010,415504(10 pp).

[7] GhoshMitra, S., Cai, T., Diercks, D., Hu, Z., Roberts, J., Dahiya, J., Mills, N., Hynds, D., and Ghosh, S., Evaluation of the biological effects of externally tunable, hydrogel encapsulated quantum dot nanospheres in Escherichia coli, Polymers, Vol. 3, 2011, 1243-1254.

[8] Ghosh, S., GhoshMitra, S., Cai, T., Diercks, D., Mills, N., and Hynds, D., Alternating magnetic field controlled, multifunctional nano-reservoirs: Intracellular uptake and improved biocompatibility, Nanoscale Research Letters, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2010, pp. 195-204.

[*Snapshot from this work won AAPS-NBC 2009 Travelship award, Biotechnology Section]

[9] Ghosh, S., Yang, C., Cai, T. Hu, Z., and Neogi, A., Oscillating magnetic field-actuated microvalves for micro- and nanofluidics. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 42, No. 13, 2009,135501(8 pp).

[10] Garner, B., Cai, T., Ghosh, S., Hu, Z., and Neogi, A., Refractive Index Change Due to Volume-Phase Transition in Polyacrylamide Gel Nanospheres for Optoelectronics and Bio-photonics, Applied Physics Express, Vol. 2, No. 5, 2009, 057001(3 pp).

[11] Dahiya, J. N, Ghosh, S., and Roberts, J “A computer controlled microwave spectrometer for dielectric relaxation studies of polar molecules”, International Journal of Microwave and Optical Technology, Vol. 5, No. 6, 2010, pp. 384-389.

[12] Dahiya, J. N, Ghosh, S., Anand. A. and Roberts, J “A Computer Controlled Microwave Resonant Cavity used for the Dielectric Studies of Liquid Crystals”, International Journal of Microwave and Optical Technology, Vol. 4, No. 3, 2009, pp. 149-152.

[13] Kay, N. R., Ghosh, S., Guven, I., and Madenci, E., 2006, “A Combined Experimental and Analytical Approach for Interface Fracture Parameters Between Dissimilar Materials in Electronic Packages,” Journal of Material Science and Engineering, Vol. 421, pp.57-67.

Manuscripts under review:

[14] Ghosh, S., A novel nanostructure for CNS drug delivery: sustained release of therapeutic agents from core-multi-shell nanoparticles (submitted to Medical Hypothesis, under review).

[15] Mim. A., McAllister. T., Diercks, D., Ghosh. S., Neurite outgrowth from PC12 neuronal cells in presence of thermogelling dispersions of polymer nanocarriers: A novel agent for controlled drug release? (under review)

[16] Atluri, R., Atmaramamani, R., Diercks, D., Ghosh, S., Photo-magnetic modulation of neurite outgrowth from PC12 Cells (Under Review in nanomedicine, 2014).

[17] Mim. A., McAllister. T., Diercks, D., Ghosh. S., Tannic Acid –PEG core-shell magnetic nanocarriers for improved hyperthermia in B35 neuroblastoma cells (Under review, 2014)

Conference Proceedings (selected)

[18] S. Ghoshmitra, T. Cai, S. Ghosh, A. Neogi, Z. Hu, and N. Mills, “Microbial growth response to hydrogel encapsulated quantum dot nanospheres”-In Quantum-Dot and Nanoparticle Bioconjugates-Tools for Sensing and Biomedical Imaging, Materials Research Society 2007 Fall Proceedings, Boston, USA, November 26-30, 2007; 1064-PP06-17.                                               

[19] Ghosh, S., Cai, T., GhoshMitra, S., Neogi, A., Hu, Z., Mills, N.,“Multifunctional magnetic hydrogels with polyethylene glycol-derivative colloidal nano-spheres for drug delivery and hyperthermia applications”,  Proceedings of NSTI Nanotech 2008 Annual Meeting, Boston, USA, June 01-05, 2008, Vol.1, pp. 962-965

 [20] S. Ghosh, A. Neogi, C. Yang, T. Cai, S. GhoshMitra, D. Diercks and Z. Hu, “Thermoresponsive Hydrogel Microvalve Based on Magnetic Nanoheaters for Microfluidics.”  In Responsive Biomaterials for Biomedical Applications, Materials Research Society 2008 Spring Proceedings, San Francisco, USA, March 24-28, 2008; 1095-EE03-20;

[21] S. Ghoshmitra, T. Cai, S. Ghosh, A. Neogi, Z. Hu, and N. Mills, “Evaluation of Cellular Effect of PNIPAM Encapsulated Quantum Dot Nano-spheres Through Bacterial Growth Measurements”, Proceedings of Japan Society of Promotion of Sciences Symposium, 2008, pp. 62-63.

[22] Neogi, A., Ghosh. S., Garner, B., Li, J., Cai, T., and Hu, Z., “CdTe Quantum Dots in tunable hydrogel nanocrystals,” Proceedings, Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 3-7, 2007; paper no. QTuL5.

[23] A. Neogi, S. Ghosh, B. Garner, J. Lee, T. Cai and Z. Hu, “Enhanced Luminescence Efficiency from Hydrogel Microbead Encapsulated Quantum Dots,” MRS Research Society 2006 Fall proceedings, Boston, MA, Nov30-Dec4, 2006; 0959-M02-09.

[24] J. Dahiya, S. Ghosh and J. Roberts, “A Computer Controlled Microwave Spectrometer for Dielectric Relaxation Studies of Polar Molecules”, ISMOT 2009 conference proceedings, New Delhi, India (Invited Paper).

[25] Ghosh, S., Neogi, A., Cai, T., Hu, Z., Anand, A., Roberts, J., Dahiya, J., “Magnetically Controlled Thermoresponsive Hydrogel as Magnetic Microswitch”,   Proceedings of International Symposium of Microwave and Optical technology, Rome, Italy, Dec 17th – 21st, Invited Paper, 2007.

[26] “Mechanical Characterization of Solder at the Micro-scale through Scanning Electron Microscopy and Digital Image Correlation,” TECHCON 2005, Portland, OR.

[27] Neogi, A., Hu, Z., Li, J., Lin, J., Garner, B., Krokhin, A., Ghosh, S., Choi, T., and Asakawa, K., “Multifunctional Hydrogel for Nanophotonics”, Nanoscale 21, Annual Symposium, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, Mar 6-7, 2009.

[28] Peng, J., Ghosh, S., and Surendran, K., “Reflections on Teaching a Consolidated Capstone Design Course to a Mixed Student Body”, Proceedings of 119th ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, June 10-13, San Antonio, TX.

Invited Talks

[1] “Role of engineered nanocarriers for treatment of clinically challenging conditions: current status and future trends,” University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, September 19, 2014.  

[2] “Role of engineered nanocarriers for axon regeneration and guidance: current status and future trends” Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur, India, January 7, 2013.

[3] “Staining of PC12 cell nuclei by tunable hydrogel encapsulated quantum dot nano-spheres”, Indian Science Congress Annual Conference, Kolkata, India, January 3-7th, 2013

[4] “Role of engineered nanocarriers for axon regeneration and guidance: current status and future trends”, Department of Chemistry, Missouri State University, Springfield, MO, September 12th, 2012.

[5] “Novel nanostructures for theragnostics”- NanoFrontier 2011, Missouri State University, Springfield, MO, 26th October, 2011.

[6] “Nanotechnology in Undergraduate Education at Southeast”- IEEE regional seminar series at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, September 30th 2010.

[7]“Nanotechnology for Bio-Photonics and Therapeutics”–Missouri State University,13th March,2009, Springfield, MO.

[8] “Microfluidics applications in Drug Delivery” – TSI, Inc, Oct, 25th, 2008, Minneapolis, MN.     

[9] “Nanotechnology in Medicine”- JSPS-UNT joint symposium, Feb. 14-15, 2008. Denton TX.

[10] “Experimental and Computational Research in Electronic Packaging  for Semiconductor Industry” Intel Incorporation, January, 2006, Portland, OR.

[11]“Experimental and Computational Research in Electronic Packaging  for Semiconductor Industry” nLIGHT Incorporation, July, 2006, Vancouver, WA.

Selected Oral Presentations

[1] Intracellular uptake of poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) based thermogelling polymer nanocarriers and neurite outgrowth from PC12 neuronal cells, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, 2014, San Francisco, CA, April 21-April 25.  

[2] Evaluation of magnetic field induced losses of thermoresponsive, multifunctional, magnetic nano-carriers for hyperthermia and controlled drug release, Materials Research Society Fall 2011 Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov 27-Dec 2.

[3] A tunable, hydrogel-quantum dot based multifunctional nanoscale platform for theranostics, Materials Research Society Fall 2010 Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov 29-Dec 3.

[4] Neurotoxicity Assessment of Multifunctional Magnetic Nanospheres: A Potential Therapeutic Agent for Axonal Regeneration?, Materials Research Society Fall 2009 Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov 30-Dec 4.         

[5] Externally Tunable, Biocompatible, Multifunctional Nano-Reservoirs as Cell Function Modulators, NSTI Nanotech 2009 Annual Meeting, Houston, USA, May 03-07, 2009. 

[6] Externally Tunable, Biocompatible, Multifunctional Nano-Reservoirs as Cell Function Modulators in growing neurons, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, 2009, San Francisco, CA, April 13-April 17.  

[7] Thermoresponsive Hydrogel Microvalve Based on Magnetic Nanoheaters for Microfluidics, Materials Research Society 2008 Spring Meeting, San Francisco, USA, March 24-28, 2008.

[8] Magnetically controlled thermoresponsive hydrogel for microfluidics and biomemetics, Materials Research Society Fall 2007 Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov 26-Dec 1.

[9] Mechanical Characterization of Solder at the Micro-scale through Scanning Electron Microscopy and Digital Image Correlation, Presented at TECHCON 2005, Portland, OR.

[10] Enhanced Luminescence Efficiency from Hydrogel Microbead Encapsulated Quantum Dots, Presented at the MRS Fall meeting, Boston, MA, Nov, 2006.

[11] Digital Image Correlation at Micro Level and Molecular/Mechanics Modeling for Electronic Packages, presented at SRC Packaging and Interconnect and BEP Summer Review, August 22, 2005, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.                               

[12] Digital Image Correlation at Micro Level and Molecular/Mechanics Modeling for Electronic Packages, presented at Intel CorporationLiaison Meeting, November 19, 2004, Chandler, Arizona.

[13] Digital Image Correlation at Micro Level and Molecular/Mechanics Modeling for Electronic Packages,” presented at SRC Packaging and Interconnect and BEP Summer Review, August 27, 2004, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.

[14] Digital Image Correlation at Micro Level and Molecular/Mechanics Modeling for Electronic Packages, presented at SRC Packaging and Interconnect and BEP Review, October 9, 2003, Rensselaer Polytechnic School, Albany, NY.

[15] A Non-contact Measurement Technique at Micro-Scale, Presented  at The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Feb, 10th, 2005.

Posters (Exceeds 100 in Regional, National and International Conferences)

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