Tag: Ph.D. thesis

Excellent cum laude for Laura González thesis on “Evaluating inorganic nanoparticles in the living organism C. elegans”!

The NN group members would like to congratulate Laura González for her excellent work on the Ph.D. thesis defense!

Laura’s thesis is entitled “Evaluating inorganic nanoparticles in the living organism Caenorhabditis elegans” and has been supervised by Dr. Anna Laromaine and Dr. Anna Roig, from the NN group

The jury was formed by Dr. Maria Vallet-Regí (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain), Dr. Stefaan Soenen (KU Leuven, Belgium) and Dr. Joel N. Meyer (Duke University, USA).

Congratulations Laura! 

 

Excellent cum laude for Pengfei Niu PhD thesis!

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NN group members would like to congratulate Pengefei for his excellent work on the PhD defense!

Pengfei Thesis is entitled Carbon Xerogel Nanocomposite Materials for Electrochemical Devices: Application to Heavy Metal Detection and has been supervised by Martí Gich from the NN group and by César Fernández-Sánchez from Grup de Transductors Químics of the Microelectronics Institute. 

 

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FRIDAY 14th, PhD DEFENSE of NEREA MURILLO

Nerea Murillo-Cremaes will defend her PhD thesis entitled:

MULTIFUNCTIONAL SILICA-BASED NANOPARTICLES FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

The thesis has been supervised by Dr. Concha Domingo and Dr. Anna Roig.

The thesis jury will be formed by Prof Daniel Ruiz-Molina, Institut Català de Nanociencia i Nanotecnologia, Nanosfun Group, Bellaterra, Catalonia, Prof Vadim Kessler, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Sweden and  Prof Julio San Román, Biomaterials Group, Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnologia de Polimeros (CSIC), Madrid, Spain

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 This thesis aimed to fabricate hybrid (organic-inorganic) complex materials as drug carriers  using supercritical fluids. For that purpose, two main objectives have been addressed: first, evaluation of the potentiality of porous silica-based materials synthesized without using porogenic agents as drug delivery systems; and second, exploiting the utility of SCFs in the synthesis and functionalization of those materials. During the realization of this work, silica-based nanostructured materials have been synthesized, loaded with a model drug, physical and chemically modified on their surface, and their interaction with relevant biological entities and media were investigated.

 

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MULING DEFEND HER PhD THESIS TOMORROW!

Muling Zeng has spent three years in our group and tomorrow will be her big day!

She will defend a PhD thesis entitled  “Bacterial cellulose: fabrication, characterization and biocompatibility studies”

muling23rd September 2014 11:00am
 Sala d’Actes ICMAB

Thesis supervisors: Anna Laromaine & Anna Roig

 

ALL THE BEST!

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