Sanjiv Sharma is currently a Research Officer in the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London, a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a Chevening Technology Fellow.
He graduated in Biology and Chemistry in 1993 followed by a Masters in Chemistry in 1995 from Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar (M.P), India. He did his PhD in Chemistry from Regional Research Laboratory (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), Bhopal, India. Following his PhD research he took up research positions in France (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d' Orsay and Hospital St. Antoine, Paris) and Germany (Walter Schottky Institut, Technische Universitatet Muenchen). He was awarded a Chevening Technology fellowship by the UK Government to work in Imperial College, London (U.K) and do a course on technology commercialization with London Business School (LBS) and Cambridge University.
His main research areas are micro and submicron fluidic systems, non invasive & label free detection systems and proteomics based clinical diagnostic applications. He has published in various internationally peer reviewed journals and filed patent applications in Germany and US. He is presently working in the group of Professor Tony Cass on bionanotechnology and biosensors.
Salehi-Reyhani A, Sharma S, Burgin E, et al., 2013, Scaling Advantages and Constraints in Miniaturized Capture Assays for Single Cell Protein Analysis, Lab on a Chip, Vol:13, ISSN:1473-0197, Pages:2066-2074 DOI Publisher Web Link
Moreira FTC, Sharma S, Dutra RAF, et al., 2013, Smart Plastic Antibody Material (SPAM) tailored on disposable screen printed electrodes for protein recognition: application to Myoglobin detection, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol:45, 0956-5663, Pages:237-244 DOI Publisher Web Link
Sharma S, Reyhani AS, Bahrami A, et al., 2012, A novel method for fabricating nanostructures via nanotemplates using dip pen nanolithography, Micro & Nano Letters, Vol:7, 1750-0443, Pages:1038-1040 DOI Publisher Web Link
Radomska-Botelho Moniz A, Michelakis K, Trzebinski J, et al., 2012, Minimally Invasive Enzyme Microprobes: An Alternative Approach for Continuous Glucose Monitoring, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, Vol:6, Pages:479-480 Publisher Web Link