Miguel Lino, PhD student from the doctoral program in Biosciences of the University of Coimbra, defended his PhD on the 20th of June. His thesis was entitled: "Light-triggerable nanomaterials for the delivery of biomolecules"
Prolonged intracellular accumulation of light-inducible nanoparticles in leukemia cells allows their remote activation Link: https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms15204
Detalhes Local: Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Coimbra, Sub-Unidade 3, Pólo III Data: 25-03-2017 Organização: FMUC e Reitoria da UC Moderadores: João Ramalho Santos (CNC), Francisco Ambrósio (IBILI), Miguel Castelo Branco (ICNAS), João [...]
Catarina Praça de Almeida has defended her PhD thesis in Experimental Biology and Biomedicine - Biotechnology and Health in February 14th 2017. Catarina's thesis was entitled: "Brain-Like Endothelial Cells Derived from Stem Cells to [...]
Lino Ferreira is the Era Chair holder of a new program in ageing at the Faculty of Medicine of University of Coimbra. He will develop a research, training and translational program in the area of [...]