Dipanjan Pan

Huck Chair Professor in Nanomedicine; Professor of Material Science and Engineering; Professor of Nuclear Engineering

Dipanjan Pan

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Carbon Fluorescence Nanoparticles Genes Oligonucleotides Nitric Oxide Machine Learning Coronavirus Macrophages Rna Pattern Recognition Sensors Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Nanoparticle Antisense Oligonucleotides Composite Material Prodrugs Bacteria Fumagillin Defects Stents Antisense Oligonucleotide Time Gold Nanoparticle Surface Plasmon Resonance

Most Recent Publications

Biologically-active Nanostructures Derived from Functionalized Polymerization Initiators

Matthew Becker, Maisie Joralemon, Dipanjan Pan, Kai Qi, Jeffrey Turner, Karen Wooley,

Copper Nanoparticles for T1-Weighted MR Molecular Imaging

Shelton Caruthers, Dipanjan Pan, Angana Senpan, Anne Schmieder, Patrick Gaffney, Samuel Wickline, Gregory Lanza,

A Biosensing Platform Based on Graphene-Gold Nanoparticles for the Rapid Sepsis Diagnosis

M Alafeef, Dipanjan Pan,

Personalized Medicine with a Nanochemistry Twist

Dipanjan Pan,

Ruiying Zhang, Dipanjan Pan, Manojit Pramanik, Lihong Wang, Gregory Lanza,

Presentations

J Adair, Dipanjan Pan, Sonke Svenson,

Improving T1-Weighted" Hot Spot" Imaging with Colloidal Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

Shelton Caruthers, Angana Senpan, Dipanjan Pan, Grace Hu, Samuel Wickline, Gregory Lanza,

Chiral Induction in 2D Borophene Nanoplatelets through Stereoselective Boron-Sulfur Conjugation

Teresa Aditya, Parikshit Moitra, Maha Alafeef, David Skrodzki, Dipanjan Pan, 2024, ACS Nano on p. 11921-11932

Context-Responsive Nanoparticle Derived from Synthetic Zwitterionic Ionizable Phospholipids in Targeted CRISPR/Cas9 Therapy for Basal-like Breast Cancer

Parikshit Moitra, David Skrodzki, Matthew Molinaro, Nivetha Gunaseelan, Dinabandhu Sar, Teresa Aditya, Dipendra Dahal, Priyanka Ray, Dipanjan Pan, 2024, ACS Nano on p. 9199-9220

Maha Alafeef, Indrajit Srivastava, Teresa Aditya, Dipanjan Pan, 2024, Small

Most-Cited Papers

Parikshit Moitra, Maha Alafeef, Maha Alafeef, Maha Alafeef, Ketan Dighe, Matthew B. Frieman, Dipanjan Pan, Dipanjan Pan, Dipanjan Pan, 2020, ACS Nano on p. 7617-7627

Maha Alafeef, Ketan Dighe, Parikshit Moitra, Dipanjan Pan, 2020, ACS Nano on p. 17028-17045

Unraveling the Fluorescence Mechanism of Carbon Dots with Sub-Single-Particle Resolution

Huy A. Nguyen, Indrajit Srivastava, Dipanjan Pan, Martin Gruebele, 2020, ACS Nano on p. 6127-6137

Paper-Based Analytical Biosensor Chip Designed from Graphene-Nanoplatelet-Amphiphilic-diblock-co-Polymer Composite for Cortisol Detection in Human Saliva

Dipanjan Pan, M Khan, M Khan, Santosh Misra, Santosh Misra, Zhen Wang, Zhen Wang, Enrique Daza, Enrique Daza, Aaron Schwartz-Duval, Joseph Kus, Aaron Schwartz-Duval, Joseph Kus, Debanjan Pan, Debanjan Pan, 2017, Analytical Chemistry on p. 2107--2115

3D-Printed Multidrug-Eluting Stent from Graphene-Nanoplatelet-Doped Biodegradable Polymer Composite

Santosh K. Misra, Fatemeh Ostadhossein, Ramya Babu, Joseph Kus, Divya Tankasala, Andre Sutrisno, Kathleen A. Walsh, Corinne R. Bromfield, Dipanjan Pan, 2017, Advanced healthcare materials

Maha Alafeef, Parikshit Moitra, Ketan Dighe, Dipanjan Pan, 2021, Nature Protocols on p. 3141-3162

Machine Learning-Assisted Array-Based Biomolecular Sensing Using Surface-Functionalized Carbon Dots

Subhendu Pandit, Tuseeta Banerjee, Indrajit Srivastava, Shuming Nie, Dipanjan Pan, 2019, ACS Sensors on p. 2730-2737

Nano-enabled sensing approaches for pathogenic bacterial detection

Maha Alafeef, Parikshit Moitra, Dipanjan Pan, 2020, Biosensors and Bioelectronics

Hui Fang Zhou, Huimin Yan, Ying Hu, Luke E. Springer, Xiaoxia Yang, Samuel A. Wickline, Dipanjan Pan, Gregory M. Lanza, Christine T.N. Pham, 2014, ACS Nano on p. 7305-7317

Sougata Datta, Santosh K. Misra, Manik Lal Saha, Nabajit Lahiri, Janis Louie, Dipanjan Pan, Peter J. Stang, 2018, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. 8087-8092

News Articles Featuring Dipanjan Pan

‘Better than graphene’ material development may improve implantable technology

Borophene, the atomically thin version of boron first synthesized in 2015, is more conductive, thinner, lighter, stronger and more flexible than graphene, the 2D version of carbon. Now, researchers at Penn State have made the material potentially more useful by imparting chirality — or handedness — on it, which could make for advanced sensors and implantable medical devices.

New GPS nanoparticle to treat basal-like breast cancers

Researchers from Penn State have developed a new “GPS nanoparticle” that delivers therapeutic payload to cancer cells

GPS nanoparticle platform precisely delivers therapeutic payload to cancer cells

A newly developed “GPS nanoparticle” injected intravenously can home in on cancer cells to deliver a genetic punch to the protein implicated in tumor growth and spread, according to researchers from Penn State.

First rapid tests for chlamydia, gonorrhea exhibit 100% sensitivity

Chlamydia and gonorrhea disease currently has a clinically available rapid test, but that could change thanks to a Penn State-led research team. This could be used for a variety of infections.

First rapid test for mpox developed, tech adaptable for other emerging diseases

The first rapid test for mpox, more commonly known as monkeypox, has been developed by a team of researchers led by Penn State.

Professor elected fellow of national medical and biological engineering society

The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has elected a Penn State engineer to its College of Fellows.