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USD 35 /hr
Hire Dr. Rituparna A.
USD 35 /hr

Bioscience and Engineering, 10 years experience in Bioscience research

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Technical Writing
Research Gray Literature Search
Work Experience


Cloudsense consulting ltd

January 2020 - Present



June 2014 - December 2019

Junior Research Fellow

Calcutta University

November 2011 - February 2014


Techno India

August 2004 - May 2006


PhD (Management)

Seacom Skills University

August 2016 - Present

PhD (Bioscience and Engineering)

Jadavpur University

June 2016 - December 2019

M Phil in Oceanography and Coastal Management

Jadavpur University

June 2014 - June 2016

MSc (Zoology)

Netaji Subhash Open University

August 2006 - December 2010


Indira Gandhi National Open University

January 2007 - June 2010

BSc (Zoology)

Netaji Subhash Open University

June 2000 - June 2005

Diploma in Optometry

Jadavpur University

June 2001 - June 2002

BS (Optometry)

All India Institute of Optometrical Sciences

June 1997 - June 2001

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Rituparna Acharya, Monisha Chakraborty, Jui Chakraborty(2019). Prospective treatment of Parkinson{\textquotesingle}s disease by a {siRNA}{\textendash}{LDH} nanoconjugate . {MedChemComm}. Royal Society of Chemistry ({RSC})
Acharya, R., Alsharabasy, A.M., Saha, S., Rahaman, S.H., Bhattacharjee, A., Halder, S., Chakraborty, M., Chakraborty, J.(2019). Intercalation of shRNA-plasmid in Mg–Al layered double hydroxide nanoparticles and its cellular internalization for possible treatment of neurodegenerative diseases . Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology. 52. p. 500-508.
Acharya, R., Acharya, R.(2019). The recent progresses in shRNA-nanoparticle conjugate as a therapeutic approach . Materials Science and Engineering C. 104.
Acharya, R., Saha, S., Ray, S., Hazra, S., Mitra, M.K., Chakraborty, J.(2017). siRNA-nanoparticle conjugate in gene silencing: A future cure to deadly diseases? . Materials Science and Engineering C. 76. p. 1378-1400.
Saha, S., Ray, S., Acharya, R., Chatterjee, T.K., Chakraborty, J.(2017). Magnesium, zinc and calcium aluminium layered double hydroxide-drug nanohybrids: A comprehensive study . Applied Clay Science. 135. p. 493-509.
Ray, S., Acharya, R., Saha, S., Islam, A., Dey, S., Nandi, S.K., Mandal, T.K., Banerjee, G., Chakraborty, J.(2016). Role of a nitrogenous bisphosphonate (local delivery) incorporated vitreous coating (with/without polymer) on surgical grade SS316L implant material to improve fixation at the damaged tissue site . RSC Advances. 6. (92). p. 89467-89483.
Kumar, S., Acharya, R., Chatterji, U., De, P.(2014). Controlled synthesis of β-sheet polymers based on side-chain amyloidogenic short peptide segments via RAFT polymerization . Polymer Chemistry. 5. (20). p. 6039-6050.
Kumar, S., Acharya, R., Chatterji, U., De, P.(2013). Controlled synthesis of pH responsive cationic polymers containing side-chain peptide moieties via RAFT polymerization and their self-assembly . Journal of Materials Chemistry B. 1. (7). p. 946-957.
Kumar, S., Acharya, R., Chatterji, U., De, P.(2013). Side-chain amino-acid-based ph-responsive self-assembled block copolymers for drug delivery and gene transfer . Langmuir. 29. (49). p. 15375-15385.
Acharya, R., Saha, S., Ray, S., Chakraborty, J.(2017). Nanoparticulate immunotherapy: An intelligent way to tailor make our defense system . Particulate Technology for Delivery of Therapeutics. p. 419-451.