Prof. Danila Moscone
Danila Moscone is full Professor in Analytical Chemistry at the Chemical and Technology Department, University of Rome Tor Vergata.
She’s responsible of many funded projects by national and by private companies (Menarini Diagnostic Division, Radim, Etatron, Systea).
In the recent years she has been involved in the development of novel (bio)sensors and interference-free biosensors based on screen printed electrodes and array of electrochemical sensors in the field of environmental, clinical and food analysis. Her more recent interests concern sensors modification with nanomaterials and realization of “all-in-one” paper-based electrochemical and optical devices and wearable (bio)sensors.
She is also one of the cofounders of the Start-Up Tecnosens, for the development of new sensors and biosensors for water control.
She’s Editor of Biosensors and Bioelectronics, the principal international journal devoted to research, design, development and application of biosensors and bioelectronics (IF2019: 10.126), member of the Editorial Board of Biosensors, MDPI since 2017, and editor of a special issue of Sensors titled “Paper-based sensors” and Reviewer for 30 International scientific journals.
She published 33 chapters on books, 209 papers within international and national scientific journals, 6 patents, 36 proceedings, 2 videos, H-index 53, with 7740 citations (Scopus, 2021).