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Has experience in Chemistry, focusing on Physical Chemistry (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
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This work proposes the development of new routes of synthesis for obtaining and coupling different nanostructures of two-dimensional materials such as graphene and of transition metals dichalcogenides, which have optical/electronic properties suitable for later application in photonic devices. The methods to be used is based on procedures performed both in solution as well as in chemica...
Recent advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology have expanded our ability to develop multifunctional nanostructures that combine therapeutics and diagnostics functions in a unique composite. These theranostic materials have shown to be interesting for many applications, mainly in early detection and treatment of cancer. The versatility of these structures is due the possibility of inc...
Organic / inorganic hybrid composites have been widely investigated due to their potential applications in nanobiotechnology. The synthesis of metallic and magnetic nanoparticles conjugated with bioactive molecules present high potential for biomedical applications. In this project, metallic and magnetic nanoparticles will be synthesized and complexed with specific proteins. Proteins of...
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The development of multifunctional nanomaterials has been shown to be the key for enhancing cancer diagnosis and therapy. Nanomatryoshkas, nanoparticles consisting of a gold core, interstitial nanoscale SiO2 layer, and a gold shell layer, are appropriated for bioimaging and treatment applications in the near-IR, where light has a maximal penetration depth in biological tissue. However, ...
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MARANGONI, Valéria Spolon. Nanomateriais Teranósticos Aplicados à Problemática do Câncer e Estudos de Nanotoxicidade.. 2016. Tese (Doutorado) – Instituto de Física de São Carlos. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Carlos. (12/11166-4)
MARANGONI, Valéria Spolon. Estudo e desenvolvimento de nanocompósitos contendo nanopartículas de ouro conjugadas com biomoléculas: síntese e aplicações em nanomedicina. 2012. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Física de São Carlos. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Carlos. (09/11679-9)