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Journal of Clinical & Cellular Immunology
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Kislay Roy

 Research Fellow Biosciences and Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) Deakin University, Australia

 Dr. Kislay Roy is currently working at Deakin University as a Research Fellow, Australia. He awarded with Deakin University International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (DUIPR) in the year 2010 for studying Doctor of Philosophy at Deakin University, Australia, Awarded with Trade and Investment PhD Student Researcher Award for excellence in nanomedicine research for best poster presentation at the Sydney International Nanomedicine Conference, Coogie Beach, 2011, Awarded with Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, Australia on 9/10/2014, Awarded with the position of Research Fellow at School of Medicine, Deakin University, Australia on 18/11/2013, Awarded with the Best Speaker award at the 2nd International Conference on Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Brightice), Hyderabad, India on 3-4th August 2015.

Research Interest

 The main focus of His research is development of multi-targeted oral or intravenous delivery systems for treatment and diagnosis of cancer. He synthesized cancer stem cell targeted; locked nucleic acid (LNA) decorated smart nanocarriers for effective oral delivery of colon cancer. He was also the first to combine the anti-cancer therapeutic effects of emerging biodrug bovine lactoferrin with the multimodal imaging efficacy of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) and successfully achieve synergism in the imaging capabilities of live tumour monitoring and treatment efficacy using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT) and near infra-red imaging (NIR) techniques.


Targeting Viral Hepatitis Using Natural Milk Protein and Traditional Medicinal Herbs

Kislay Roy, Rupinder K Kanwar and Jagat R. Kanwar

Review Article: J Clin Cell Immunol 2012, 3: 130

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