Saranya completed her Bachelor of Technology in Nanotechnology at Amity University, Noida, India in 2016. In the same year, She moved to do her Masters of Science in Nanobiophysics at Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany. Between 2017 and early 2018, She was a student worker at Schlierf Group, B-CUBE, TU-Dresden studying the conformation of G-quadruplex using different annealing condition by FRET. For her Master thesis, she joined Particles-Biology Interactions group, EMPA, St.Gallen, Switzerland under Dr. Peter Wick and Dr. Juan Carlos Cassano for Development of microfluidic Human Umbilical Vein Smooth Muscle (HUVSMC) model for nanoparticle interaction. She finished her Masters in September 2018 and joined as PhD candidate in Adj. Prof. Gabriela. S. Lorite's Team at Microelectronics Research Unit, University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland in November 2018.
Her PhD research focuses on developing nanomaterial based scaffold for modulation of cell behavior. She works on synthesis, characterization, application of nanomaterials for biosciences.
- Nanomaterial synthesis, characterizations and applications.
- Tissue engineering
- Smart scaffold for control cell growth
- Lauriane Janssen, Muthusamy Saranya, Mikko Leinonen, Olli Pitkänen, Ali Mobasheri, Gabriela S. Lorite (2019) Vertically aligned carbon nanotube micropillars induce unidirectional chondrocyte orientation. - Carbon published online 14.11.2019 (published online 14.11.2019), published online 14.11.2019, published online 14.11.2019