P Gopinath - Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering,Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
P Gopinath
Gopinath Packirisamy Professor gopi@bt.iitr.ac.in 01332285650
Areas of Interest
  • Biomedical nanotechnology, Drug delivery, Bioimaging , Tissue engineering
Professional Background
2021-03-18OngoingProfessorIIT Roorkee, Department of Biotechnology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand.
2016-04-294 years 10 months 17 daysAssociate ProfessorIIT Roorkee, Department of Biotechnology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand.
2011-06-064 years 10 months Assistant ProfessorIIT Roorkee, Department of Biotechnology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand.
2010-09-237 months Assistant ProfessorAmrita University Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.
2008-10-201 year 7 months Post-Doctoral Research AssociateUniversity of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York, USA.
2008-01-048 months Senior Research FellowIIT Guwahati Department of Biotechnology, Guwahati, Assam
Multiple Posts
2017-04-263 years 4 months 5 daysAssociate Dean of Academic affairs (Admission)IIT Roorkee
2020-08-04OngoingAdvisory Committee member for TIEDS Incubation Centre- Dept. of Biotech.IIT Roorkee
2017-01-01OngoingMember in Sponsored Research & Industrial Consultancy Committee (SRICC)-Centre for Nanotechnology IIT Roorkee
2016-01-01OngoingMember in Institute Research Committee (IRC)- Dept. of BiotechnologyIIT Roorkee
2015-01-01OngoingInstitute bio-safety committee –Member IIT Roorkee
2011-01-014 years Faculty-in-charge for Training & Placement –Centre for Nanotechnology IIT Roorkee
2012-01-012 years Member in the Board of Research–Centre for Nanotechnology IIT Roorkee
2020-08-04OngoingMember in the Institute Academic Programme Committee (IAPC)–Centre for Nanotechnology IIT Roorkee
Honors and Awards
Fellow of Royal Society of Biology (FRSB)Royal Society of Biology, United Kingdom2021
Fellow of the Academy of SciencesThe Academy of Sciences, Chennai, India2021
Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC)Royal Society of Chemistry, United Kingdom2020
ILSI-India Young Scientist Award 2021International Life Sciences Institute-India (ILSI-India)2021
Top 11 contenders of Outstanding Teacher Award under Post Graduate CategoryIIT Roorkee2020
Virendra Nath Malti Mital Award-2018IIT Roorkee2020
Shastri Institutional Collaborative Research Grant (SICRG) awardShastri Indo-Canadian Institute2020
BIRAC-SRISTI-Gandhian Young Technological Innovation (GYTI-2019) awardBIRAC2019
Shri. Om Prakash Sharma Award for a Young Scientist for outstanding contributions in Biomedical ResearchIndian Academy of Biomedical Sciences2019
G.D.Naidu award for young scientist for the Year 2018Makkal Sinthanai Peravai2018
Institute research fellowship for Outstanding Young faculty 2017IIT Roorkee2018
Prof.H.S.Srivastava Foundation young scientist award for Year 2016-17Prof.H.S.Srivastava Foundation2018
DST-Fast Track Young Scientist Award—2012Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India.2012
DBT- Rapid Grants for Young Investigator (RGYI) Award 2012Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India.2012
Educational Details
Ph.D.BiotechnologyIndian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati2008
M.Sc.Biotechnology Srimad Andavan Arts and Science College, Bharathidasan University, Trichy2003
B.Sc.Microbiology Srimad Andavan Arts and Science College, Bharathidasan University, Trichy2001
  • Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), UK, Fellow
  • American Chemical Society (ACS), USA , Member
  • Association of Microbiologists of India, Life member
  • Materials Research Society of India, Life member
  • Indian Nanoscience society , Life member
  • Society for Biomaterials and Artificial Organs , Life member
  • Society for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine , Life member
  • Indian Science Congress Association , Life member
  • Indian society of chemists and Biologists , Life member
  • Indian Academy of Biomedical Sciences , Life member
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Date
Development of albumin based nanoparticles for biomedical applicationsBharat BhushanA2011-06
Silver nanoparticle and graphene oxide based nanocomposites for biomedical applicationsPoornima DubeyA2010-12
Development of carbon dots based multifunctional nanomaterials for potential applicationsAbhay SachdevA2013-06
Poly(amidoamine) dendrimer based nanomaterials for delivery of anticancer agentsIshita MataiA2013-06
Development of biofunctional polymeric nanofibers and their therapeutic implicationsS. Uday KumarA2012-06
Metal oxide nanostructures for potential applications in water remediationDeepika MalwalA2014-06
Development of nanocomposite materials for applications in water remediationRaj Kumar SA2014-12
Special Lectures Delivered
Nano-remediation: Applications of nanotechnology for water purificationNIT Tiruchirappalli2020-08
Nanotoxicology : Cytotoxic and Genotoxic Potential of NanomaterialsNIT Tiruchirappalli2020-08
Cancer Nanotechnology: Applications of Nanomaterials for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy SASTRA University2020-08
Nanomedicinal Properties of Silver NanoparticlesAnnamalai University2020-08
Promising Nanoscale Approaches for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy IFTM University2020-08
Books Authored


  1. Gopinath, P., Uday Kumar, S., Matai, I., Bhushan, B., Malwal, D., Sachdev, A., Dubey, P. Cancer Nanotheranostics. Springer. ISBN 978-981-287-434-4. (2015)

  2. Deepika Malwal, P.Gopinath, Fabrication of nanofibers for dye degradation. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-659-63721-6.(2014)

  3. Abhay Sachdev, P.Gopinath, Chitosan based carbon nanodots and nanoparticles for bio-applications. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-659-30120-9. (2014)

  4. Ishita Matai, P.Gopinath, Novel nanocomposites and nanofibers for biomedical applications. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-659-31255-7. (2014)

  5. Gopinath Packirisamy, Prodrug Gene Therapy Vectors in Combination Therapies- An update. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP) ISBN 978-3-8383-4650-2. (2010)


Book edited

  1. 3D Printing Technology in Nanomedicine [Editors: Dr. Nabeel Ahmad, Dr. P. Gopinath and Prof. Rajiv Dutta], Elsevier INC. Publishing Pennsylvania. Published Date: 29th March 2019. eBook ISBN: 9780128158913, Paperback ISBN: 9780128158906

  2. Intelligent Nanomaterials for Drug Delivery Applications [Editors: Dr. Nabeel Ahmad, Dr. P. Gopinath], Elsevier INC. Publishing Pennsylvania.2019.


Book chapters

  1. M.C.Ramkumar, K. Navaneetha Pandiyaraj, P.V.A.Padmanabhan, P. Gopinath, R.R.Deshmukh. ‘Enhancement of polymeric material surface properties using various surface modification techniques’ in book titled “Green polymeric nanocomposites” CRC Press. (2019) Chapter 07.

  2. Ashish Kalkal, Nabeel Ahmad, P. Gopinath*, Alexandr Vinogradov, ‘3D printing in medicine; Current Challenges and Potential Applications’ in book titled “3D Printing Technology in Nanomedicine” Elsevier. (2019) in press

  3. Vinay Kumar, Saba Naqvi, P. Gopinath*, ‘Application of Nanofibers in Tissue Engineering’ in book titled “Applications of Nanomaterials: Advances and Key Technologies” Elsevier. (2018) in press

  4. Saba Naqvi, Vinay Kumar, P. Gopinath*, ‘Nanomaterials toxicity:  A challenge to end users’ in book titled “Applications of Nanomaterials: Advances and Key Technologies” Elsevier. (2018) in press

  5. Deepika Malwal, P. Gopinath*, ‘Recent advances in the synthesis of metal oxide (MO) nanostructures’ in book titled “Applications of Nanomaterials: Advances and Key Technologies” Elsevier. (2018) in press

  6. Vinay Kumar, P. Gopinath*, Vinoth-Kumar Lakshmanan, K. Navaneetha Pandiyaraj, ‘Surface analysis technique for assessing hemocompatibility of biomaterials’ in book titled “Hemocompatibility of Biomaterials for Clinical Applications” Elsevier. ISBN: 978-0-08-100499-9 (online) ISBN: 978-0-08-100497-5 (print) (2018), 119-161.

  7. M.C.Ramkumar, Pieter Cools,  A.Arunkumar,  Nathalie De Geyter,  Rino Morent, Vinay kumar, S.Udaykumar, P.Gopinath,  K.Navaneetha Pandiyaraj, ‘Polymer coatings for biocompatibility and reduced non-specific adsorption’ in book titled “Hemocompatibility of Biomaterials for Clinical Applications” Elsevier. ISBN: 978-0-08-100498-2 (online) ISBN: 978-0-08-100496-8 (print) (2018), 155-198.

  8. S.Raj Kumar and P. Gopinath*, ‘Nano-Bioremediation: Applications of Nanotechnology for Bioremediation’ in book titled “Remediation of Heavy Metals in the Environment” CRC Press eBook ISBN 9781466510029 (2016) 27–48.

  9. A. Sachdev, S. Uday Kumar, I. Matai, G. Bhargavi, P. Dubey, B. Bhushan and P.Gopinath*. ‘Polymers as nanocarrier for cancer theranostic applications’ in book titled “Recent Developments in Carbohydrates Polymer Research” Research Signpost Publishers (2014) chapter 4, page no. 45-55, ISBN: 978-81-308-0534-4

  10. I. Matai, A. Sachdev, S. Uday Kumar, P. Dubey, B. Bhushan and P.Gopinath* ‘Dendrimer: A promising nanocarrier for cancer therapy’ in book titled “Nanotechnology: Recent Trends, Emerging Issues and Future Directions” Nova publishers (2014) chapter 7, page no. 127-155, ISBN 978-1-63117-561-9.


Refereed Journal Papers
  1. P. Allawadhi, A. Khurana, S. Allwadhi, K.Joshi, P.Gopinath *, K. K. Bharani*. Nanoceria as a possible agent for the management of COVID-19,  Nano Today, 2020, (IF=16.9) (Q1)
  2. R. Pradhan, S. A. Raisa, P. Kumar, A. Kalkal, N. Kumar, P.Gopinath, S. Manhas. Optimization, Fabrication, and Characterization of Four Electrode-Based Sensors for Blood Impedance Measurement. Biomedical Microdevices. 2020, (IF=2.176) (Q2)
  3. R. Sadasivam, P.Gopinath , S. Shakya, M. Goswami. Non-invasive multimodal imaging of Diabetic Retinopathy: A Survey on treatment methods and Nanotheranostics. Nanotheranostics. 2020 (Q1)
  4. G. Chhikara, S.Garg, S.Jindal, I.Matai, P. Gopinath, A. Sachdev. Dual-Emission Copper Nanoclusters Based Ratiometric Fluorescent Probe for Intracellular Detection of Hydroxyl and Superoxide Anion Species. Microchimica Acta, 2020 (I.F.6.232) (Q1)
  5. R. Pradhan*,A. Kalkal,S. Jindal, P.Gopinath*,S.Manhas*.Four Electrode-Based Impedimetric Biosensors for Evaluating Cytotoxicity of Tamoxifen on Cervical Cancer Cells. RSC Advances, 2020 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  6. S.Basak, P. Gopinath*. Nano-based antiviral coatings to combat viral infections. Nano-Structures & Nano-Objects. 2020, 24, 100620 (Q1)
  7. S.Jindal, P. Gopinath*. Nanotechnology based approaches for combatting COVID-19 viral infection, Nano Express, 2020, 1, 022003
  8. S. Devi, S. Shaswat, V. Kumar, A. Sachdev, P. Gopinath, S. Tyagi Nitrogen-doped carbon quantum dots conjugated isoreticular metal-organic framework-3 particles based luminescent probe for selective sensing of trinitrotoluene explosive. Microchimica Acta, 2020, 187:536, (I.F.6.232) (Q1)
  9. M. Passi, S. Shahid , S. Chockalingam ,IK. Sundar, P.Gopinath*.Conventional and Nanotechnology Based Approaches to Combat Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Implications for Chronic Airway Diseases. International Journal of Nanomedicine, 2020, 15, 3803-3826 (IF=4.471) (Q1)
  10. M. Passi, V. Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Theranostic nanozyme: Silk fibroin based multifunctional nanocomposites to combat oxidative stress. Materials Science & Engineering C, 2020, Volume 107, 110255. (IF=5.88) (Q1)
  11. S. Khan, M. Garg, S. Chockalingam, P.Gopinath, P.P. Kundu. TiO2 doped Chitosan/Poly (vinyl alcohol) nanocomposite film with enhanced mechanical properties for application in Bone tissue regeneration. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2020, 143, 285-296 (IF=4.784) (Q1)
  12. A. Kalkal, R. Pradhan, S. Kadian, G. Manik, and P.Gopinath*. Biofunctionalized graphene quantum dots based fluorescent biosensor towards efficient detection of small cell lung cancer. ACS Applied Bio Materials, 2020 ,3, 4922–4932 (Q2) featured in “NATURE INDIA
  13. S. Khan, S. Chockalingam, P.P. Kundu, P.Gopinath*.Fabrication of bimodal porous scaffold with enhanced mechanical properties using silanized sisal fibers for potential application in bone tissue engineering. Materials Today Communications, 2020, 25, 101260, (IF=2.678) (Q2)
  14. S. Raj Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Facile Architecture of Highly Effective Nanofibrous Membrane Adsorbent via Electrospun followed by Hydrothermal Carbonization for Potential Application in Dye Removal from Water. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2020, 27, 11905–11918 (IF=3.000) (Q2)
  15. N. Yadav, R. Kumar, A.K. Singh, S. Mohiyuddin, P. Gopinath. Systematic approach of chromone skeleton for detecting Mg2+, ion: Applications for sustainable cytotoxicity and cell imaging possibilities. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 2020,235, 118-290 (IF=2.931) (Q2)
  16. Palak Gupta, S. Rajkumar and P.Gopinath*. Development of Sunlight-Driven Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO)/CeO2-CuO Nanofibrous Photocatalyst for Efficient Removal of Organic Dyes. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2020, 20, 7480-7494 (IF=1.354) (Q3)
  17. S. Shahid, S. Mohiyuddin and P.Gopinath*. Synthesis of multi-color fluorescent carbon dots from mint leaves: A robust bioimaging agent with potential antioxidant activity. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2020, 20, 6305-6316. (IF=1.354) (Q3)
  18. Sauraj ,V. Kumar, B. Kumar, R. Priyadarshi, F. Deeba, A. Kulshreshtha, A. Kumar, G. Agrawal, P.Gopinath, Y.S.Negi. Redox Responsive Xylan-SS-Curcumin Prodrug Nanoparticles for Dual Drug Delivery in Cancer Therapy. Materials Science & Engineering C, 2020, Volume 107, 110356. (IF=5.88) (Q1)
  19. S.Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Fabrication of nanofibrous scaffold grafted with gelatin functionalized polystyrene microspheres for manifesting nano-mechanical cues of stretch stimulated fibroblast. ACS Applied Bio Materials, 2019, 2, 5323-5339 (Cover page of the issue) (Q2)
  20. Aparna Verma, Tamoghna Ghosh, Bharat Bhushan, P.Gopinath, Naveen K. Navani, Pranita P. Sarangi, Kiran Ambatipudi. Characterization of Difference in Structure and Function of Fresh and Mastitic Bovine Milk Fat Globules. PLoS One, August 29, 2019 (IF=2.776) (Q1)
  21. A. Khurana, P.Anchi ,P. Allawadhi, V. Kumar ,N. Sayed, P. Gopinath, C. Godugu. SOD Mimetic Rare Earth Nanoparticle Restrains Acute Pancreatitis by Modulation of Oxidative Stress, HSPs, PECAM and ICAM. Nanomedicine (Future Medicine, London), 2019 , Volume 14 (IF=4.727) (Q1)
  22. J. Ahlawat, V. Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Carica Papaya loaded poly (vinyl alcohol)-gelatin nanofibrous Scaffold for potential application in wound dressing. Materials Science & Engineering C, 2019, Volume 103, 109834 (IF=5.88) (Q1)
  23. V.Gupta, S.Mohiyuddin  A.Sachdev, P.K.Soni, P.Gopinath, S. Tyagi.  PEG functionalized zirconium dicarboxylate MOFs for docetaxel drug delivery in vitro. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology. 2019, 52, 846-855(IF=2.690) (Q2)
  24. S. Aiswarya Devi , Vinay Kumar, M. Harshiny ,P.Gopinath , M. Matheswaran. Electrospinning of Fe-doped ZnO nanoparticles incorporated polyvinyl alcohol nanofibers for its antibacterial treatment and cytotoxic studies. European Polymer Journal, 2019,118, 27-35 (IF=3.621) (Q1)
  25. S.Raj Kumar, S. Chokalingam, P.Gopinath*. Hierarchical Architecture of Electrospun Hybrid PAN/Ag-rGO/Fe3O4 Composite Nanofibrous Mat for Antibacterial Applications, ChemistrySelect, 2019, 4, 5044 –5054 (IF=1.811) (Q2)
  26. A.Khurana, P. Anchi, P. Allawadhi, V.Kumar, N. Sayed, P. Gopinath, C. Godugu. Yttrium oxide nanoparticles reduce the severity of acute pancreatitis caused by cerulein hyperstimulation, Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 2019, 18, 54-65 (IF= 6.500) (Q1)
  27. A.Sachdev, R.Raj, I. Matai, V.Kumar, P. Gopinath , S.Mishra. Label-free Fluorescence “Turn-on” Detection of SO32- by Gold Nanoclusters: Integration in a Hydrogel Platform and Intracellular Detection. Analytical Methods, 2019, 11, 1214-1223 (IF= 2.073) (Q1)
  28. K.N.Pandiyaraj, M.C.Ramkumar,A.Arun Kumar, P.V.A.Padmanabhan, P.Moorthi, Avi Bendavid,Pieter Cools, N.De Geyter, R. Morent, Vinay Kumar, P.Gopinath, Pi-Gsu, R.R.Deshmukh. Evaluation of surface properties of low density polyethylene (LDPE) films tailored by atmospheric pressure non-thermal plasma (APNTP) assisted co-polymerization and immobilization of chitosan for improvement of antifouling properties. Materials Science and Engineering C, 2019, 94, 150-160 (IF=5.88)  (Q1)
  29. S. Devi, Raju K Gupta, A. K. Paul, Vinay Kumar, Abhay Sachdev, P. Gopinath and S. Tyagi. Ethylenediamine Mediated Luminescence Enhancement of Pollutant Derivatized Carbon Quantum dots for Intracellular Trinitrotoluene detection: Soot to Shine. RSC Advances, 2018, 8, 32684-32694 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  30. S. Mohiyuddin, S. Naqvi, P.Gopinath*. Enhanced Anti-neoplastic/therapeutic potential of 5-fluorouracil loaded Calcium phosphate Nanoparticles: An in vitro study in search of enhanced efficacy. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 2018, 9, 2499-2515 (IF= 2.968) (Q1)
  31. R.Selvam,S.Ramasamy,S.Mohiyuddin, I. V.M.V.Enoch*, P.Gopinath*, D.Filimonov*. Molecular encapsulator–appended poly(vinyl alcohol) shroud on ferrite nanoparticles. Augmented cancer–drug loading and anticancer property. Materials Science and Engineering C, 2018, 93, 125-133 (IF=5.88) (Q1)
  32. A.Malik, M.Nath, S. Mohiyuddin, P.Gopinath. Multifunctional CdSNPs@ZIF-8: Potential Antibacterial Agent against GFP-expressing Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus and Efficient Photocatalyst for Degradation of Methylene Blue. ACS Omega. 2018, 3, 8288−8308 (IF=2.584) (Q1).
  33. K.N. Pandiyaraj, M.C. RamKumar, A. Arun Kumar, P.V.A. Padmanabhan, A.M.Trimukhe, R.R. Deshmukh, P. Cools, R. Morent, N. De Geyter, V. Kumar, P. Gopinath, S.K. Jaganathan. Influence of operating parameters on development of polyethylene oxide-like coatings on the surfaces of polypropylene films by atmospheric pressure cold plasma jet-assisted polymerization to enhance their antifouling properties. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 2018,123,76-86 (IF=2.048) (Q2)
  34. I.V.M.V. Enoch*, S. Ramasamy,S.Mohiyuddin, P.Gopinath*,R. Manoharan.Cyclodextrin–PEGconjugate-wrapped magnetic ferrite nanoparticles for enhanced drug loading and release. Applied Nanoscience, 2018,8,273-284 (IF=3.198)   (Q1)
  35. M.C. Ramkumar, K.N. Pandiyaraj, A. ArunKumar, P.V.A. Padmanabhan, S. Uday Kumar, P. Gopinath, A. Bendavid, P. Cools, N. De Geyter, R. Morent, R.R. Deshmukh. Evaluation of mechanism of cold atmospheric pressure plasma assisted polymerization of acrylic acid on low density polyethylene (LDPE) film surfaces: Influence of various gaseous plasma pretreatment. Applied Surface Science, 2018,439,991-998 (IF=6.182) (Q1)
  36. Sauraj, S. Uday Kumar, Vinay kumar, Ruchir Priyadarshi, P. Gopinath,Yuvraj Singh Negi. pH responsive prodrug nanoparticles based on xylan-curcumin conjugate for the efficient delivery of curcumin in cancer therapy. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2018, 188,252-259 (IF=7.182) (Q1)
  37. U. Sah, K.Sharma, N. Chaudhari, M. Sankar* and P. Gopinath*. Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy: Single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT)-porphyrin conjugate for visible light mediated inactivation of Staphylococcus aureus. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2018, 162, 108-117 (IF=3.997) (Q1)
  38. P.Dubey and P.Gopinath*. Enhanced targeted anticancer potential of AKT-1 siRNA, an inhibitor of Protein Kinase B, in combination with silver nanoparticle against non-small cell lung adenocarcinoma. Nano-Structures & Nano-Objects. 2018,14,106-109. (Q1)
  39. N. Singh, A. Sachdev and P. Gopinath*, Polysaccharide functionalized single walled carbon nanotubes as nanocarriers for delivery of curcumin in lung cancer cells. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2018, 18, 1534-1541(IF=1.354) (Q3)
  40. S.Uday Kumar, B. Bhushan, and P.Gopinath*. Bioactive carbon dots lights up microtubules and destabilises cell cytoskeletal framework - a robust imaging agent with therapeutic activity. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2017, 159,662-672. (IF=3.997) (Q1) featured in “NATURE INDIA” and ATLAS of Science
  41. Bharat Bhushan, Vitaly Khanadeev, Boris Khlebtsov, Nikolai Khlebtsov and P. Gopinath*. Impact of albumin based approaches in nanomedicine: Imaging, targeting and drug delivery. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 2017,246, 13-39.(IF=8.243) (Q1)
  42. S.Raj Kumar, S. Mohiyuddin, P.Gopinath*. Electrospun Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) templated 2D nanofibrous mats: A platform towards practical applications for the dye removal and bacterial disinfection. ACS Omega. 2017, 2, 6556–6569 (IF=2.584) (Q1).
  43. S. Naqvi, S. Mohiyuddin, P.Gopinath*.Niclosamide loaded biodegradable chitosan nanocargoes: an in vitro study for the potential application in cancer therapy. Royal Society Open Science. 2017, 4, 170611 (IF=2.68) (Q1).
  44. A.Saini, K. R.Justin Thomas, A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath. Photophysics, electrochemistry, morphology and bioimaging applications of new 1,8-naphthalimide derivatives containing different chromophores. Chemistry – An Asian Journal, 2017,12, 2612–2622 (IF=3.698) (Q1)
  45. M.C.Ramkumar, K.N. Pandiyaraj, A.Arun Kumar, P.V.A.Padmanabhan, P. Cools, N. De Geyter, R. Morent, S.Uday Kumar, Vinay Kumar, P.Gopinath, S. K.Jaganathan, R.R. Deshmukh. Atmospheric pressure non-thermal plasma assisted polymerization of poly (ethylene glycol) methylether methacrylate (PEGMA) on low density polyethylene (LDPE) films for enhancement of biocompatibility. Surface and Coatings Technology, 2017,329, 55-67 (IF=3.380) (Q1)
  46. K.Navaneetha Pandiyaraj, A.Arun Kumar , M.C.RamKumar, S.Uday Kumar, P.Gopinath, Pieter Cools, N. De Geyter, R. Morent, M. Bah, S. Ismat Shah, Pi-Guey Su, R.R. Deshmukh. Effect of processing parameters on the deposition of SiOx-like coatings on the surface of polypropylene films using glow discharge plasma assisted polymerization for tissue engineering applications. Vacuum, 2017,143, 412-422. (IF=2.670) (Q1)
  47. D. Malwal and P. Gopinath*. Silica stabilized magnetic-chitosan beads for removal of arsenic from water. Colloid and Interface Science Communications, 2017, 19, 14-19 (IF=2.831) (Q2)
  48. D. Malwal and P. Gopinath*.CuO-ZnO nanosheets with p–n heterojunction for enhanced visible light mediated photocatalytic activity. ChemistrySelect, 2017, 2, 4866–4873. (IF=1.811) (Q2)
  49. B. Tirkey, B. Bhushan, S.Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Prodrug encapsulated albumin nanoparticles as an alternative approach to manifest anti-proliferative effects of suicide gene therapy. Materials Science & Engineering C, 2017, 73, 507–515 (IF=5.88) (Q1)
  50. Sauraj, S.Uday Kumar, P.Gopinath, Y.S. Negi. Synthesis and bio-evaluation of xylan-5-fluorouracil-1-acetic acid conjugates as prodrugs for colon cancer treatment. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2017, 157, 1442–1450 (IF=7.182) (Q1)
  51. N. Pal, P.Dubey, P.Gopinath, K. Pal. Combined effect of cellulose nanocrystal and reduced graphene oxide into poly-lactic acid matrix nanocomposite as a scaffold and its anti-bacterial activity. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2017, 95, 94–105 (IF=4.784) (Q1)
  52. S.Raj Kumar and P. Gopinath*, In situ synthesis of chitosan coated silver-zinc oxide nanocomposites and its enhanced antibacterial properties. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2017, 17, 8797–8805(IF=1.354) (Q3)
  53. D. Malwal and P.Gopinath*. Efficient adsorption and antibacterial properties of electrospun CuO-ZnO composite nanofibers for water remediation. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2017, 321, 611–621 (IF=9.038) (Q1)
  54. D. Malwal and P. Gopinath*, Rapid and efficient removal of arsenic from water using electrospun CuO-ZnO composite nanofibers. RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 115021-115028 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  55. S.Raj Kumar and P. Gopinath*, Dual applications of silver nanoparticles incorporated functionalized MWCNTs grafted surface modified PAN nanofibrous membrane for water purification. RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 109241 - 109252 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  56. P.Dubey and P.Gopinath*. Functionalized Graphene Oxide based Nanocarrier for Tumor-Targeted Combination Therapy to Elicit Enhanced Cytotoxicity against Breast Cancer cells in vitro. ChemistrySelect, 2016, 1, 4845 – 4855. (IF=1.811) (Q2)
  57. P.Dubey and P.Gopinath*. PEGylated Graphene Oxide based Nanocomposite grafted Chitosan/Polyvinyl alcohol Nanofiber as an Advanced Antibacterial Wound Dressing. RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 69103-69116 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  58. B.Bhushan, S.Nandhagopal, R.Rajesh Kannan and P.Gopinath*. Therapeutic Nanozyme: Antioxidative and cytoprotective effects of nanoceria against hydrogen peroxide induced oxidative stress in fibroblast cells and in zebrafish. ChemistrySelect, 2016, 1, 2849 – 2856. (IF=1.811) (Q2)
  59. B. Bhushan, S.Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Multifunctional carbon dots as efficient fluorescent nanotags for tracking cells through successive generations. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2016, 4, 4862-4871  (IF=5.047) (Q1)
  60. K.Navaneetha Pandiyaraj, P.V.A.Padmanabhan, A.Arun, M.C.RamKumar, R.R.Deshmukh, Avi Bendavid, Pi-G Su, A.Sachdev, P.Gopinath. Cold atmospheric pressure (CAP) plasma assisted tailoring of LDPE film surfaces for enhancement of adhesive and cytocompatible properties: Influence of operating parameters. Vacuum, 2016, 130,34-47 (IF=2.670) (Q1)
  61. B.Bhushan, S.Nandhagopal, R.Rajesh Kannan and P.Gopinath*. Biomimetic nanomaterials: Development of protein coated nanoceria as a potential antioxidative nano-agent for the effective scavenging of reactive oxygen species in vitro and in zebrafish model. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2016, 146, 375–386 (IF=3.997) (Q1)
  62. S. Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Field-actuated Antineoplastic Potential of Smart and Versatile PEO-bPEI Electrospun Scaffold by Multi-staged Targeted Co-delivery of Magnetite Nanoparticles and Niclosamide-bPEI Complexes. RSC Advances, 2016,6,46186-46201 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  63. P.Dubey and P.Gopinath*. Nanocarriers for AKT siRNA based gene therapy. Austin Journal of Biotechnology & Bioengineering2016, 3(2), 1061 Editorial (IF=2.81)
  64. S. Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Nanotechnology- A Promising Approach for Suicide Gene Therapy. Austin Journal of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology. 2016, 4(1), 1042. Editorial
  65. B.Bhushan and P.Gopinath*. Nano-Enabled Approaches for Lung Cancer Therapy. Austin Journal of Lung Cancer Research. 2016, 1(2), 1008. Editorial
  66. K.Navaneetha Pandiyaraj, A. Arun Kumar M.C.Ram Kumar, R.R.Deshmukh, Avi Bendavid , Pi-Guey Su, S.Uday Kumar, P.Gopinath. Effect of cold atmospheric pressure plasma gas composition on the surface and cyto-compatible properties of low density polyethylene (LDPE) film. Current Applied Physics, 2016, 16,784-792 (IF=2.281) (Q2)
  67. D. Malwal and P.Gopinath*. Enhanced photocatalytic activity of hierarchical three dimensional metal oxide@CuO nanostructures towards the degradation of Congo red dye under solar radiations. Catalysis Science & Technology , 2016,6, 4458-4472 (IF=5.726) (Q1)
  68. I. Matai and P.Gopinath*. Hydrophobic Myristic acid Modified PAMAM Dendrimers Augments the Delivery of Tamoxifen to Breast Cancer Cells. RSC Advances, 2016, 6,24808-24819 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  69. K.N.Pandiyaraj, A.Arun Kumar, M.C.Ramkumar, A.Sachdev, P.Gopinath, Pieter Cools, N. De Geyter, R. Morent, R.R.Deshmukh, M.N. Nadagouda. Influence of non-thermal TiCl4/Ar+O2 plasma-assisted TiOx based coatings on the surface of polypropylene (PP) films for the tailoring of surface properties and cytocompatibility. Materials Science and Engineering C, 2016, 62, 908–918 (IF=5.88) (Q1)
  70. A. Sachdev, I. Matai and P.Gopinath*. Carbon Dots Incorporated Polymeric Hydrogels as Multifunctional Platform for Imaging and Induction of Apoptosis in Lung Cancer Cells. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2016, 141, 242–252 (IF=3.997) (Q1)  featured in ATLAS of Science
  71. A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath*. Monitoring the Intracellular Distribution and ROS Scavenging Potential of Carbon dots-Cerium oxide Nanocomposites in Fibroblast Cells. ChemNanoMat, 2016,2, 226–235. (IF=3.384) (Q1)
  72. I. Matai and P.Gopinath*. Chemically Crosslinked Hybrid Nanogels of Alginate and PAMAM Dendrimers as Efficient Anticancer Drug Delivery Vehicles. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 2016, 2,213–223. (IF=4.511) (Q1)
  73. P. Dubey and P.Gopinath*.Fabrication of electrospun poly (ethylene oxide)-poly (capro lactone) composite nanofibers for co-delivery of niclosamide and silver nanoparticles exhibits enhanced anti-cancer effects in vitro. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2016, 4, 726-742 (IF=5.047) (Q1)
  74. D. Malwal and P.Gopinath*. Fabrication and Applications of Ceramic nanofibers in Water Remediation: A review. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 2016,46, 500-534 (IF=6.390) (Q1)
  75. R. Manoj Kumar, K. K. Kuntal, S. Singh, P. Gupta, B. Bhushan, P. Gopinath and D. Lahiri. Electrophoretic deposition of hydroxyapatite coating on Mg–3Zn alloy for orthopaedic application. Surface and Coatings Technology, 2016,287,82–92 (IF=3.380) (Q1)
  76. S. Nayak, B. Bhushan, R. Jayaganthan, P. Gopinath, R.D. Agarwal and D.Lahiri. Strengthening of Mg based Alloy through Grain Refinement for Orthopedic Application. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials,2016,59,57–70 (IF=3.372) (Q2)
  77. B. Bhushan and P.Gopinath*. Tumor-targeted folate-decorated albumin stabilised silver nanoparticle induce apoptosis at low concentration in human breast cancer cells. RSC Advances, 2015,5,86242-86253(IF=3.049) (Q1)
  78. S. Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Bioactive core-shell nanofiber hybrid scaffold for efficient suicide gene transfection and subsequent time resolved delivery of prodrug for anticancer therapy. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2015, 7, 18717–18731 (IF= 8.758) (Q1) featured in “NATURE INDIA
  79. I. Matai, A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath*. Self-assembled hybrids of fluorescent carbon dots and PAMAM dendrimers for epirubicin delivery and intracellular imaging. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2015,7,11423-11435 (IF= 8.758) (Q1)
  80. P. Dubey, B. Bhushan, A. Sachdev, I. Matai, S. Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Silver nanoparticles incorporated composite nanofiber for potential wound dressing applications. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015132, 42473. (Cover page of the issue) (IF= 2.188) (Q2)
  81. P. Dubey, I. Matai, S. Uday Kumar, A. Sachdev, B. Bhushan and P.Gopinath*. Perturbation of cellular mechanistic system by silver nanoparticles toxicity: cytotoxic, genotoxic and epigenetic potential. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 2015, 221:4-21 (IF=8.243) (Q1) (Highly Accessed)
  82. B. Bhushan and P.Gopinath*. Antioxidant nanozyme: A facile synthesis and evaluation of reactive oxygen species scavenging potential of nanoceria encapsulated albumin nanoparticles. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2015, 3, 4843-4852. (IF=5.047) (Q1)
  83. S. Uday Kumar and P.Gopinath*. Controlled delivery of bPEI-niclosamide complexes by PEO nanofibers and evaluation of its anti-neoplastic potentials. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2015, 131:170-81. (IF=3.997) (Q1)
  84. A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath*. Green synthesis of multifunctional carbon dots from coriander leaves and their potential application as antioxidants, sensors and bioimaging agents. Analyst, 2015, 140, 4260-4269. (IF=3.978) (Q1)
  85. I. Matai, A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath*. Multicomponent 5-fluorouracil loaded PAMAM stabilized-silver nanocomposites synergistically induce apoptosis in human cancer cells. Biomaterials Science2015,3,457–468 (Cover page of the issue) (IF=5.831) (Q1)
  86. A.Sachdev, I.Matai and P.Gopinath*. Dual-functional carbon dots-silver@zinc oxide nanocomposite: In vitro evaluation of cellular uptake and apoptosis induction. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2015,3,1208–1220  (Cover page of the issue) (IF=5.047) (Q1)
  87. B. Bhushan, P. Dubey, S. Uday Kumar, A. Sachdev, I. Matai, P.Gopinath*. Bionanotherapeutics: Niclosamide Encapsulated Albumin Nanoparticles as a Novel Drug Delivery System for Cancer Therapy. RSC Advances, 2015,5,12078–12086 (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  88. D. Malwal and P.Gopinath*. Fabrication and characterization of poly (ethylene oxide) templated nickel oxide nanofibers for dye degradation. Environmental Science: Nano, 2015,2,78–85 (Top 10 most downloaded articles in 2015) (IF= 7.683) (Q1)
  89. S. Uday Kumar, I. Matai, P. Dubey, B. Bhushan, A. Sachdev and P.Gopinath*. Differentially cross-linkable core-shell nanofibers for tunable delivery of anticancer drugs: Synthesis, characterization and its anticancer efficacy. RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 38263–38272. (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  90. B. Bhushan, S. Uday Kumar, I. Matai, A. Sachdev, P.Dubey and P. Gopinath*,Ferritin Nanocages: A Novel Platform for Biomedical Applications. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology 2014, 10, 2950-2976 (IF= 5.068) (Q1)
  91. A. Sachdev, I. Matai and   P. Gopinath*. Implications of surface passivation on physicochemical and bioimaging properties of carbon dots. RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 20915-20921(IF=3.049) (Q1)
  92. I.Matai, A. Sachdev, P. Dubey, S. Uday Kumar, B. Bhushan and P. Gopinath*, Antibacterial Activity and Mechanism of Ag-ZnO Nanocomposite on S.aureus and GFP-expressing Antibiotic Resistant E.coli Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2014,115, 359–367 (IF=3.997) (Q1)
  93. G. Bhargavi, I. Matai, A. Sachdev, S. Uday Kumar and P. Gopinath*,Microwave Assisted Synthesis of Chitosan Nanorods and Assessment of its Antibacterial Activity against GFP-Expressing Antibiotic Resistant E. coli Journal of Chitin and Chitosan Science, 2013, 1, 1–6.
  94. A. Sachdev, I. Matai, S.Uday Kumar, B.Bhushan, P. Dubey and   P. Gopinath*. A novel one-step synthesis of PEG passivated multicolour fluorescent carbon dots for potential biolabeling application RSC Advances, 2013, 3, 16958-16961. (IF=3.049) (Q1)
  95. Sukumar UK, Bhushan B, Dubey P, Matai I, Sachdev A and P.Gopinath*. Emerging applications of nanoparticles for lung cancer diagnosis and therapy. International Nano Letters,2013, 3:45 (Highly Accessed)
  96. G. Sahni, P. Gopinath and P. Jeevanandam. A Novel Thermal Decomposition Approach to Synthesize Hydroxyapatite-Silver Nanocomposites and their Antibacterial Action against GFP-expressing Antibiotic Resistant E.coli. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces  2013,Volume 103, Pages 441–447 (IF=3.997) (Q1)
  97. N. Kaur, N. Choudhary, R.N. Goyal ,S. Viladkar , I. Matai , P. Gopinath, S. Chockalingam ,D. Kaur. Magnetron sputtered Cu3N/NiTiCu shape memory thin film heterostructures for MEMS applications. Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2013,15:1468. (IF=2.009)  (Q2)
  98. V.K. Yata, P.Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Emerging Implications of Nonmammalian Cytosine Deaminases on Cancer Therapeutics. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2012, 167(7):2103-16(IF=2.220) (Q2)
  99. P. Gopinath, S.K. Gogoi, P.Sanpui, A. Paul, A. Chattopadhyay  and S.S. Ghosh, Signaling Gene Cascade in Silver Nanoparticle Induced Apoptosis, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2010 Jun 1;77(2):240-5. Top 25 Hottest articles. (IF=3.997) (Q1)
  100. Roman J, Rangasamy T, Guo J, Sugunan S, Meednu N, Gopinath Packirisamy, Shimoda L, Golding A, Semenza G and Georas SN, T Cell Activation Under Hypoxic Conditions Enhances Interferon-gamma Secretion, American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology , 2010, 42, 123-128. (IF=5.373)
  101. P. Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Understanding Apoptotic Signaling Pathways in Cytosine Deaminase-Uracil Phosphoribosyl Transferase Mediated Suicide Gene Therapy in vitro, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 2009, 324, 21-29.(IF=2.795) (Q2)
  102. P. Gopinath, S.K. Gogoi, A. Chattopadhyay  and S.S. Ghosh, Implications of Silver Nanoparticle Induced Cell Apoptosis for in vitro Gene Therapy, Nanotechnology , 2008, 19 (7). (IF=3.404)  (Q1)
  103. P. Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Implication of functional activity for determining therapeutic efficacy of suicide genes in vitro, Biotechnology Letters , 2008, 30, 1913-1921. (IF=1.977) (Q2)
  104. P. Gopinath and S.S.Ghosh, Apoptotic Induction with Bifunctional E. coli Cytosine Deaminase- Uracil Phosphoribosyltransferase Mediated Suicide Gene Therapy Is Synergized By Curcumin Treatment in vitro, Molecular Biotechnology  , 2008, 39, 39-48.(IF=2.022) (Q2)
  105. P. Gopinath and S.S. Ghosh, Monitoring green fluorescent protein for functional delivery of E. coli cytosine deaminase suicide gene and the effect of curcumin in vitro, Gene Therapy and Molecular Biology , 2007, 11, 219-228. (IF=0.10)
  106. S.K. Gogoi, P. Gopinath, A. Paul, A. Ramesh, S.S. Ghosh, and A. Chattopadhyay, Green Fluorescent Protein Expressing Escherichia coli as a model system for investigating the Antimicrobial activities of Silver Nanoparticles, Langmuir, 2006, 22, 9322-9328.(IF=3.683)  (Q1)
  107. S.S. Ghosh, P. Gopinath, and A. Ramesh, Adenoviral Vectors: A promising tool for Gene therapy, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2006, 133 (1), 9-29. (IF=2.220) (Q2)


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