Dr Sandhya Clement is a Research Associate at the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering at The University of New South Wales. She completed her Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics and Communication) and Master of Technology (Optoelectronics and Laser Technology) at the International School of Photonics, Cochin University, India in 2008. She received her PhD degree in NanoBiophotonics from faculty of science and engineering, Macquarie University, Australia in April 2017. Her research focuses on spectroscopy and cancer nanotechnology with an emphasis on nanodrug formulation for therapeutical applications. Currently, she is leading a project in developing radiation-triggered nanodrugs for deep-seated cancers.
My Research Supervision
I am currently supervising one Master's student from UNSW School of Medical Science and one ToR student from the School of Engineering.
2012 Dec- 2016 June: Casual Tutor/demonstrator/lab supervisor, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Macquarie University, Australia.
2001 Aug - 2012 Dec: Assistant Professor, Department of E&C Engineering, Munnar, Kerala, India.
2001 Jan - 2001 Aug: Lecturer, Department of Electronics, Modal Polytechnic Vadakara, Kerala, India.
2000 Jan - 2000 Dec: Lecturer, Department of ECE, Co-operative Academy of Science and Technology, Vadakara, Kerala, India.
. Administrative teaching Assistantship