New Delhi: Dr. Nidhi Chauhan, Assistant Professor, Amity Institute of Nanotechnology (AINT), Amity University Uttar Pradesh (AUUP) has been listed amongst the top 2% of Stanford University’s World Scientists List. Dr. Chauhan is an eminent figure and devoted researcher in the field of Nanotechnology and Sensing Technology for Biomedical applications.
Expressing his delight, Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan, Founder President, Amity Education Group, said, “We are extremely proud of Dr. Nidhi Chauhan’s huge achievement as she makes it to the top 2% of Stanford university’s World Scientist List. This is a testimony of our commitment to the quality of faculty and students at Amity who relentlessly work towards their goals and accomplish them diligently. Our faculty and students have always made us proud by representing us at various national and international platforms and winning various awards, accolades and titles in their respective fields.”
The list has been prepared by Professor John Ioannidis, Stanford University, USA and published by Elsevier BV, a Netherlands based company. The selection committee shortlisted the researchers across the globe on the basis of career-long data and single year impact. This prestigious list standardized the information on the basis of H-index, citations, co-authorship adjustment, HM-index, and other data-base. Dr. Nidhi has been selected two consecutive times in a row, in the field of Analytical Chemistry in this prestigious list. A PhD Gold Medalist and Shakuntala Amir Chand Awardee from Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), Dr. Nidhi has been working in this area for the last 10 years. She has published more than 100 research articles in high indexed international journals and has more than 15 patents (i10-index: 56, H-index: 30 and total citation: 2831). She has also worked with Professor Barry J. Marshall, an eminent Nobel Laureate in area of sensor development for H. pylori detection.
Currently, she is playing several roles as Principal Investigator (PI) in several projects funded by Science Education Research Board (SERB), Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and Department of Science & Technology (DST). Additionally, she is an active member of American Chemical Society (ACS), Society of Biological Chemists (SBC) and The Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata. Apart from the above, she is also the Managing Editor of ‘Advanced Materials Proceedings’ and a Guest Editor of the special issue of ‘MDPI Molecules’. Her area of interest majorly includes the fabrication of on-spot sensors for the detection of neonatal sepsis, cancer, diabetes and recreational drugs.