Richa Sethi, M.S.
Visiting Research Fellow
|B.S.||Chemistry (Honors), Hindu College, Delhi University, India|
|M.S.||Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India|
Richa is a predoctoral student in the Department of Chemistry at Rice University under the mentorship of Dr. Lon Wilson. In collaboration with Dr. Paolo Decuzzi’s group, she is studying nanoporous systems, which can be combined with a variety of agents, such as nanoparticles, antibodies and small drug molecules, to generate multifunctional systems that have theranostic capabilities.
Chemistry and nanotechnology
Sethi R, Sangaranarayanan MV. Nonequilibrium thermodynamics formalism for Marcus theory of heterogeneous and self-exchange electron-transfer rate constants. J Phys Chem A. 2008;112(18):4308-4313.
Ananta JS, Godin B, Sethi R, Moriggi L, Liu X, Serda RE, Krishnamurthy R, Muthupillai R, Bolskar RD, Helm L, Ferrari M, Wilson LJ, Decuzzi P. Geometrical confinement of gadolinium-based contrast agents in nanoporous particles enhances T1 contrast. Nature Nanotech. 2010;5:815 - 821.