Name: Dr. Madhumita Mukherjee (Prasad)
Designation: Scientific Officer
Scientific Officer (August 2009-) Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhopal, India.
Post-doc. Department of Chemistry, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, U.S.A. (March 2007 – November 2008) with Professor Michael Y Ogawa
Research Associate - Applications Research Laboratory, Balmer Lawrie and Co. Ltd., Kolkata (November 2004 – November 2006).
Ph.D. (Chemistry) (Thesis Title: “Solution Behaviors of Several Cationic and Nonionic Surfactants and their Interaction with Polymers””; Supervisor: Professor Satya Priya Moulik), Centre for Surface Science, Department of Chemistry, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, 2005.
Design of “functional miniature metalloproteins”, utilizing principles of de novo peptide design with those of supramolecular coordination chemistry to design metal-peptide nanoassemblies having potential applications in science and medicine, preparation and physico-chemical characterization of self-organized systems (Micelles, Emulsions, Microemulsions).
“Nanometer to Millimeter Scale Peptide Porphyrin Materials”,
Daniil V. Zaitsev, Fei Xie, Madhumita Mukherjee, , Alexey Bludin, Borries Demeler,Robert M. Breece, David L. Tierney, and Michael Y. Ogawa Biomacromolecules, 11 (10), 2602 (2010)
“Cd2+ induced conformational change of a synthetic metallopeptide: Slow
metal binding is followed by a slower conformational change”.
Madhumita Mukherjee, Xianchun Zhu and Michael Y. Ogawa
Inorganic Chemistry, 47, 4430 (2008)
“Critical Evaluation of Micellization Behavior of Nonionic Surfactant MEGA 10
in Comparison with Ionic Surfactant Tetradecyltriphenylphosphonium Bromide
studied by Microcalorimetric Method in Aqueous Medium”
Madhumita Prasad, Indranil Chakraborty, Animesh K. Rakshit, Satya P.
J. Phys. Chem. B, 110, 9815 (2006)
‘Interaction between sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) and polyvinylpyrrolidone
(PVP) investigated with forward and reverse component addition protocols
employing tensiometric, conductometric, microcalorimetric, electrokinetic and
Madhumita Prasad, R. Palepu and S. P. Moulik
Colloid Polym Sci. 284, 871 (2006)
“Binding of Amino Acids into a Novel Multiresponsive Ferrocene Receptor
Having an Ene Backbone”
Paromita Debroy, Moloy Banerjee, Madhumita Prasad, Satya P. Moulik and
Organic Letters 7, 403 (2005)
“Alkyl (C10, C12, C14 and C16) Triphenyl Phosphonium Bromide Influenced Cloud
Points of Nonionic Surfactants (Triton X 100, Brij 56 and Brij 97) and the
Polymer (Polyvinyl methyl ether)”
Madhumita Prasad, S. P. Moulik, A. Wardian, S. Moore, A. Bommel, R.
Colloid Polym Sci. 283, 887 (2005)
“Self-aggregation of Binary Mixtures of Alkyl Triphenyl Phosphonium Bromides:
A Critical Assessment in Favor of More than One Kind of Micelle Formation”
Madhumita Prasad, R. Palepu, S. P. Moulik
J. Colloid Interface Sci. 284, 658 (2005)
“Interfacial adsorption and Micellization Behaviour of Alkaloid Based Chiral
Compounds in Aqueous Medium”
Kajari Maiti, Madhumita Prasad, Amrita Chatterjee, P. K. Bhattacharya and S.
J. Surface Sci. Technol. 20, 75 (2004).
“Self-Aggregation of Alkyl (C10-, C12-, C14- and C16-) Triphenyl Phosphonium
Bromides and Their 1: 1 Molar Mixtures in Aqueous Medium: A
Madhumita Prasad, S. P. Moulik, Amy MacDonald and R. Palepu
J. Phys. Chem. B. 108, 355 (2004).
“Spectral, Fluorescence Quenching, Interfacial Adsorption and Volumetric
Properties of Alkyl Triphenyl Phosphonium Bromides in Aqueous Medium”
Madhumita Prasad, Amy MacDonald, R. Palepu and S. P. Moulik
J. Surface Sci. Technol. 19, 125 (2003).
“Influence of Hydrotropes and Glycols on the Clouding Behavior of Surfactants
(TritonX 100 and Brij 56) and Polymers (Polyvinylmethyl Ether and Triblock Co-
Polymer, Pluronic 85)”
Madhumita Prasad, S. P. Moulik, D. Chisholm and R. Palepu
J. Oleo Sci. (Jpn) 52, 523 (2003).