Mohammad Karim

Postdoctoral Researcher



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My research focus is optical metabolic imaging of cancer cells and organoids using two photon microscopy to predict the drug response in patients, and to understand the interaction of cancer cells and T cells


PhD in Chemistry, 2016, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

M.S. in Chemistry, 2009, University of Dhaka

B.S. in Chemistry, 2008, University of Dhaka


  • Mohammad R. Karim and David H. Petering. Transient Zn2+ Release in NO treated Cells and Proteome: Dependence on Fluorescent Sensor and Modulation of Proteomic SH groups. Metallomics, 2017, 9, 391-401.
  • Mohammad R. Karim and David H. Petering. Newport Green, a Fluorescent Sensor of Weakly Bound Cellular Zn2+: Competition with Proteome for Zn2+. Metallomics, 2016, 8 (2), 201 – 210.
  • Andrew Nowakowski, Mohammad Karim, and David Petering. Zinc Proteomics. Encyclopedia of inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry, 2015, 1-10.