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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.

Workshops/Seminars/Conferences

  • 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

Students:

  • Ms. Maryremaji  (PhD student)
  • Subramaniyam Sivagnanam (PhD student)
  • Priya Rana (PhD student)
  • Abilesh Kumar (MSc student) 

Selected Publications
  • Encapsulation of a Ru(η6-p-cymene) complex of the antibacterial drug trimethoprim into a polydiacetylene-phospholipid assembly to enhance its in vitro anticancer and antibacterial activities, Durairaj Gopalakrishnan,Chezhiyan Sumithaa, Arumugam Madan Kumar, Nattamai S. P. Bhuvanesh, Suvankar Ghorai,  Priyadip Das* and Mani Ganeshpandian*, New J. Chem., 2020,44, 20047-20059
  • Polydiacetylene (PDA) liposome-based colorimetric sensor for the detection of ATP in aqueous medium, Abilesh Kumar, Subramaniyam Sivagnanam, Soumyajit Ghosh, Priyadip Das , 2020, Just Accepted, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2020.10.659
  • Design and Development of Short Peptide Based Novel Smart Material to Prevent Fouling by the Formation of Nontoxic and Biocompatible Coating, Amutha Arul, Subramaniyam Sivagnanam, Ananta Dey, Oindrilla Mukerjee, Soumyajit Ghosh* and Priyadip Das*, Rsc. Advances, 2020, 10, 13420.
  • Combining Optical Properties with Flexibility in Halogen Substituted Benzothiazole Crystals, Nipun P Thekkeppat, Madhumathi Lakshmipathi, Almaz S Jalilov, Priyadip Das, Abdul Malik P Peedikakkal, Soumyajit Ghosh, Crystal Growth & Design  2020, 20, 6, 3937. 
  • Concentration-dependent fabrication of short-peptide-based different self-assembled nanostructures with various morphologies and intracellular delivery property, Subramaniyam Sivagnanam, Amutha Arul, Soumyajit Ghosh, Ananta Dey, Suvonkar Ghorai and Priyadip Das*, Materials Chemistry Frontiers, 2019, 3, 2110.
  • Structure Property Correlation of a Series of Halogenated Schiff Base Crystals and Understanding of the Molecular Basis Through Nanoindentation, Ragaverthini Chinnasamy, Amutha Arul, Ammar AlMousa, Mangalampalli S. R. N. Kiran, Priyadip Das, Almaz S. Jalilov, Abdul Malik P. Peedikakkal and Soumyajit Ghosh, Crystal Growth and Design, 2019, 19, 11, 6698. 
  • Self-Assembly of a Metallo-Peptide into a Drug Delivery System with a "Switch ON" Displacement Strategy, Priyadip Das*, Ieshita Pan, Ehud Cohen and Meital Reches, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2018, 6, 8228.
  • 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 Chemistry, 15, 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  Communications, 2011, 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
  • 18PCY103 - Organic Chemistry, Structure and Reactivity-I (Msc 1st semester) 
    18PCY202-  Organic Chemistry, Structure and Reactivity-II (Msc 2nd 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