NanoMedicine International Conference 2019

NanoMed 2019
23 Oct - 25 Oct 2019 | Lisbon - Portugal
Conference Speakers
Keynote Speakers
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Istituto di Ricerca Pediatrica Città della Speranza, Padua, Italy

Dr. Lucia Gemma Delogu served the University of Sassari, Italy, as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry (2012-2017). She has worked at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles (2007-2009), as visiting researcher at the Sanford-Burnham Institute of San Diego, CA, USA in 2008 and at the Department of Health and Human Services at the NIH in Bethesda, MD in 2013. Dr. Delogu has been appointed as Senior Visiting Professor under the...

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Dr. Lucia Gemma Delogu served the University of Sassari, Italy, as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry (2012-2017). She has worked at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles (2007-2009), as visiting researcher at the Sanford-Burnham Institute of San Diego, CA, USA in 2008 and at the Department of Health and Human Services at the NIH in Bethesda, MD in 2013. Dr. Delogu has been appointed as Senior Visiting Professor under the “Program Excellence in Science” at Technische Universitat Dresden, Germany (2016, 2017). In 2011, she was selected as one of the “200 Best Young Talents of Italy” from the Italian Ministry of Youth (Rome, Italy). She has received several awards including the Marie S. Curie Individual Fellow under Horizon 2020 by the European Commission, the “Medicine, Biology e Nanotechnology Award” in 2012 from the Association of GianFranco Del Prete and the “Bedside to bench & Back Lecture Series Achievement Award” from the National Institute of Health, Bethesda, USA (2013). She served the European Commission as invited expert for review panels of FP7 FET Flagships. Beyond different National Grants (i.e. PRIN-MIUR, AIL.), she has been the Scientific Coordinator of two interdisciplinary European Projects on Nanomedicine involving 10 leading Institutions in EU and extra EU Countries including China, USA and Qatar. Dr. Delogu in 2018 joined the IRP where she is currently leading the ImmuneNano-lab.

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Department of Engineering, University of Messina, Italy

Daniela Iannazzo graduated in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology at the University of Messina in 1995.

In 1999 she obtained the PhD qualification in Pharmaceutical Sciences and in 2001, the postgraduate qualification in Applied Microbiology at the University of Messina.

In 2001 she received a four years research contract at the University of Messina for the design, characterization and...

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Daniela Iannazzo graduated in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technology at the University of Messina in 1995.

In 1999 she obtained the PhD qualification in Pharmaceutical Sciences and in 2001, the postgraduate qualification in Applied Microbiology at the University of Messina.

In 2001 she received a four years research contract at the University of Messina for the design, characterization and vehiculation of antivirals possessing a modified nucleosidic structure.

In 2003 she was Visiting Professor at the Departamento de Quimica Asimmetrica of the Faculty of Science at the University of Zaragoza and she was interested to the asymmetric synthesis of new modified nucleosides and to the application of quantomechanical calculations for the rationalization of pericyclic reactions.

In 2006 she became University Researcher in Organic Chemistry at the University of Messina.

In 2011 she performed research activity at the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the University of Trieste; the research activity regarded the organic functionalization of nanostructured materials for biomedical applications.

In 2018 she became Associate Professor in Organic Chemistry at the Department of Engineering of the University of Messina.

From 2019, she is member of the Doctoral Course in Bioengineering Applied to Medical Sciences of the University of Messina.

Daniela Iannazzo is author of 80 international publications on highly qualified international journals and 4 book chapters with H-index of 28 and number of citations greater than 1700 (font SCOPUS, May 2019). She is also author of  2 patents, one of which is an international patent.

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International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal

Pedro Alpuim is group leader in 2D Materials and Devices at INL. He works in CVD and 2D materials device fabrication, with the emphasis in biosensors. In particular, he develops graphene devices to detect biomarkers for medicine and for environmental monitoring. Optoelectronic devices based on transition-metal di-chalcogenides for light detection and solar energy conversion are also within his research interests.

P. Alpuim is...

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Pedro Alpuim is group leader in 2D Materials and Devices at INL. He works in CVD and 2D materials device fabrication, with the emphasis in biosensors. In particular, he develops graphene devices to detect biomarkers for medicine and for environmental monitoring. Optoelectronic devices based on transition-metal di-chalcogenides for light detection and solar energy conversion are also within his research interests.

P. Alpuim is a professor in the Physics Department of the University of Minho (UM), where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on the physics of electronic devices, nanotechnology, and clean-room fabrication.

He received a PhD degree in Materials Engineering from IST Lisbon in 2003, working in amorphous silicon thin film devices for flexible electronics, and a Master degree in Physics from the UM. He installed a thin-film laboratory at UM where he focused on fabrication of thin-film silicon solar cells, piezoresistive sensor arrays for health care, and thermoelectric junctions of telluride compounds for micro-cooling and energy scavenging. He published more than 80 papers in peer-reviewed journals and has h-index=22.

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