Anahita Karimi

last updated 4/2/2018

Anahita Karimi

Chemistry Doctoral Student at Clarkson University

Location:
8 Clarkson Ave., Potsdam, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(315) 268-6400

General Information

Experience

EAI, E-Business - Ramsoft Systems Inc

Research Assistant - University of Tehran

June - Electrochemical Society

Recent News  

Clarkson University: 2016 News Releases

Clarkson University chemistry doctoral student Anahita Karimi has received a travel award to share her research in June at the Electrochemical Society (ECS) Meeting in San Diego.

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Clarkson University: 2016 News Releases

Clarkson University chemistry doctoral student Anahita Karimi has received a travel award to share her research in June at the Electrochemical Society (ECS) Meeting in San Diego.

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Clarkson University: Clarkson University Student Receives Travel Award to Present Nanoparticle Research at Electrochemical Society Meeting

Clarkson University chemistry doctoral student Anahita Karimi has received a travel award to share her research in June at the Electrochemical Society (ECS) Meeting in San Diego.
Anahita Karimi This will be the second time that Karimi, who is in her third year of graduate study, presents her work in an area that is regarded as a powerful method for understanding events linked with nanoparticles. "I feel grateful for having won the grant and for the support that the Electrochemical Society is offering me. This is a great opportunity that will allow me to share the science and experiences with other scientists," Karimi says. Professor of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Silvana Andreescu, the Egon Matijevic Endowed Chair in Chemistry, is Karimi's adviser. "Anahita is working on a very exciting project involving the use of electrochemistry to characterize nanoparticles and nanoparticle-biomolecule conjugates with single molecule detection capabilities," says Andreescu. "Her work is important and I am extremely happy to see it recognized by the Electrochemical Society, because it can lead to the development of novel techniques to study molecular binding events and enable advances in biodetection, therapeutic and diagnostic applications. It is also a great opportunity for Anahita to disseminate her work, and meet and discuss it with leading scientists in this field."

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