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Mauricio Cavicchioli

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Birthplace: Brazil

Graduate in Chemistry at Instituto de Química da UNESP -Araraquara (1996), Master Degree in Chemistry at Instituto de Química da UNESP - Araraquara (1999) and Doctorate Degree in Inorganic Chemistry at Instituto de Química da UNESP - Araraquara (2003). PhD at Instituto de Química da UNESP - Araraquara and Instituto de Química da USP - São Paulo. I have experience in research in Chemistry, especially in the field of Inorganic Compounds with Medicinal properties. Specific fields of interest: palladium and platinum complexes with antitumoral activity; silver complexes with antibacterial activities. I worked in the Universidad de Oviedo, in Spain, in the laboratories of Prof. Dr. Jose Gimeno, during 3 months (2002). Field of interest: synthesis of ruthenium complexes used as catalisers. I worked as PhD student in Virginia Commonwealth University, E.U.A., in the laboratories of Prof. Dr. Nicholas P. Farrell, during 5 months (mar-ago / 2007). Field of interest: synthesis and biological studies of platinum and palladium complexes used in cancer treatment. I also investigated new biomaterials and organic-inorganic materials at Instituto de Química da UNESP (post-doc position). I was a researcher and project coordinator in a small company focusing in the field of polyurethane for textile application. I participated in the Leaders in Innovation Fellowships Programme that was held at the University of Oxford and Royal Academy of Engineering, London, 2015. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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7 / 4   Completed scholarships in Brazil
1 / 1   Completed scholarships abroad
10 / 5   All research grants and scholarships

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CAVICCHIOLI‚ M.; VARANDA‚ L.C.; MASSABNI‚ A.C.; MELNIKOV‚ P.. Silver nanoparticles synthesized by thermal reduction of a silver (I)-aspartame complex in inert atmosphere. Materials Letters, v. 59, n. 28, p. 3585-3589, .

CAVICCHIOLI, MAURICIO; MASSABNI, ANTONIO C.; HEINRICH, TASSIELE A.; COSTA-NETO, CLAUDIO M.; ABRAO, EMILIANA P.; FONSECA, BENEDITO A. L.; CASTELLANO, EDUARDO E.; CORBI, PEDRO P.; LUSTRI, WILTON R.; LEITE, CLARICE Q. F.. Pt(II) and Ag(I) complexes with acesulfame: Crystal structure and a study of their antitumoral, antimicrobial and antiviral activities. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, v. 104, n. 5, p. 533-540, . Web of Science Citations: 41. (05/00174-2)

SILVEIRA, VIVIAN C.; ABBOTT, MARIANA P.; CAVICCHIOLI, MAURICIO; GONCALVES, MARCOS B.; PETRILLI, HELENA M.; DE REZENDE, LEANDRO; AMARAL, ANTONIA T.; FONSECA, DAVID E. P.; CARAMORI, GIOVANNI F.; DA COSTA FERREIRA, ANA M.. Peculiar reactivity of a di-imine copper(II) complex regarding its binding to albumin protein. DALTON TRANSACTIONS, v. 42, n. 18, p. 6386-6396, . Web of Science Citations: 13. (05/60596-8, 11/50318-1)

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CAVICCHIOLI, Mauricio. Interção dos íons metálicos 'CU(II)', 'CD(II)', 'AG(I)'e 'AU(I)'com compostos adoçantes.  119 f. Tese (Doutorado) -  Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" Instituto de Quimica.  Araraquara.  (99/06120-9

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