Interview: insights from a career developing and applying magnetic nanoparticles

Sen, Tapas orcid iconORCID: 0000-0002-0463-7485 (2023) Interview: insights from a career developing and applying magnetic nanoparticles. Future Medicine.

[thumbnail of AAM]
PDF (AAM) - Accepted Version

Official URL:


T Sen is a Reader in Nanomaterials Chemistry at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan). He trained as a chemist, achieving his BSc Hons in Chemistry, MSc in Physical Chemistry and PhD in Materials Chemistry from the National Chemical Laboratory (Pune, India). Alongside his academic posting, he is an editorial board member for several journals including Nanomedicine. His work at UCLan is multidisciplinary, drawing from chemistry, material science, biology and medicine to work with industry and academic partners to address challenges in health and environmental sciences. The research group currently has three projects: magneto-optical nanocomposites for liver cancer therapeutics; the separation and identification of viral RNAs using magnetic nanoparticles in the context of coronavirus and developing multifunctional nanocomposites for the detection and separation of wastewater toxicity and treatment.

Repository Staff Only: item control page