madhu @ tifrh . res . in
  FReTB, PI-208
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Research Overview

Our lab specialises in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (ssNMR) methods and applications. We are engaged in developing methods to improve the sensitivity and resolution of ssNMR spectra. On the application front, our lab investigates the aggregation and fibrilisation pathways and structural reasons for toxicity in certain protein systems, and thereby look at the feasibility of modulating the systems for therapeutic purposes. The group also collaborated with other faculty in TIFR H to understand the mechanistic details in the structure-function-dynamics of materials, such as, batteries and perovskites. The lab also works on NMR magnetometry and development of zero-to-ultra-low-field NMR methods, a fast-emerging NMR approach to study samples dominated by internal spin interactions in an environment carefully screened from magnetic fields.