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(Group Leader)

Dr. Waheed S. Khan

Principal Scientist

Team Members

  • Ms. Khizra Bano                           PhD Scholar                                     
  • Ms. Mehvish Zahoor                   PhD Scholar                                       
  • Ms. Anam Munawar                    PhD Scholar                                      
  • Ms. Bushra Tehseen                    PhD Scholar                            
  • Mr. Muhammad Usman            PhD Scholar                      
  • Ms. Ayesha Shaheen                  PhD Scholar
  • Ms. Ayesha Taj                              PhD Scholar
  • Ms. Nuzhat Jamil                         PhD Scholar
  • Ms. Yumna Zaheer                      PhD Scholar                                    
  • Ms. Rabisa Zia                              PhD Scholar
  • Mr. Lutfur Rahman                     PhD Scholar                                    
  • Mr. Attauallah                             MS/M.Phil  Student
  • Mr. M. Ikram                                MS/M.Phil  Student
  • Ms. Haleema Ijaz                        MS/M.Phil  Student
  • Mr. Zeeshan Akmal                    Visiting MS Student
  • Mr. Adil                                         Visiting MS Student
  • Mr. M. Saleem                             (Assistant Research Officer)
  • Mr. Naveed Akhtar Shad           (Pr. Scientific Assistant)


Objective of Nanobiotech Group (NBT)

“Development of multifarious novel nanostructured materials for exploring their potential applications mainly in the areas of environment, health, industry, agriculture through the optimal use of highly sophisticated research facilities and experienced manpower available at our prestigious institute NIBGE exploiting our national/international collaborative contacts.”


Over the past two decades or so, nanotechnology has emerged as the steadily growing area of science and technology which deals with manipulation of matter at nanometer (10-9m) scale. Nanobiotechnology refers to the use of nanotechnological approaches for studying the biological systems. The main objective of multipurpose research of Nanobiotech Group (NBT) at NIBGE is to develop new, facile & efficient strategies for the synthesis of  metal- , semiconductor-, alloy-, porous, composite-based nanostructured materials with useful novel morphologies and subsequently explore their potential applications in diversified areas such as Photocatalytic degradation of pollutants, drugs residues, enzyme immobilization, biosensors, drug delivery, antibacterial/antiviral agents, forensics (finger prints development), environmental remediation, heavy metals removal, etc.

 There are four sections of Nanobiotechnology Research Group which are described below:

  1. Nanostructured Functional Materials For Multifarious Applications
  2. Development of Nanomaterials based Miniaturized Sensors
  3. Drug Delivery and Bioimaging
  4. Nanoporous and Polymeric Materials


Salient Facilities:

Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope, Scanning Probe Microscope, Surface Area Analyzer and Porosimetry System, Pycnometer, Ultramicrotome, Sputter Coater, Dynamic Light Scattering (Zetasizer Nano), Particle Size Distribution Analyzer, Ultracentrifuge, FTNIR etc, Electrospining System for Nanofibers, Biosensors Setup


Research Activities


Financial Support:

Research grants of more than Rs.50M have been won by Nanobiotechnology Group  from following funding agencies

  • Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan

           (Six (07) projects under NRPU-2017)

  • International Foundation of Science (IFS), Sweden

           (Three (03) projects)


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