Dr Vidhishri Kesarwani
Vidhishri graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) from Monash University and briefly worked as a R&D tax consultant in Melbourne. In 2016, she pursued her PhD under the supervision of Dr. Simon Corrie and Professor Ana Traven. Vidhishri’s thesis investigated the fundamental interactions between nanoparticles and pathogenic fungi. Her thesis highlights the foundation for using nanomaterials as therapeutic or diagnostic agents against infectious diseases.
My research interests include: Nanomedicine, infectious diseases, biomaterials and diagnostics.