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PhD and MS degree in the area of Physics Applied to Medicine and Biology, Degree in Medical Physics, from the Physics Departament in the Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras of Ribeirão Preto (FFCLRP), Universidade de São Paulo. I am a member of the laboratory of Professor Marcelo Mulato, in the physics department at FFCLRP/USP, working with organic semiconductors, specially conducting polymers, applied to Field-Effect Transistors devices for its application on chemical sensors and biosensors. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
In this work we intend to develop and refine chemical biosensors with high selectivity to biological elements. Three chemical pH sensors, with sensitive films based on nanostructured polyaniline (PANI) and differential mode potentiometric, optical and conductometric transduction, will be studied to serve as the basis of enzymatic biosensors. Subsequently, the multimodal array of enzymat...
Conducting and conjugated polymers are of great importance for several applications. Among the possible applications, the use of these polymers as active-sensing stage in chemical sensors and biosensors is well stablished. The main reason is that the electrical and optical properties of the polymeric material change as function of the protonation/de-protonation process that occurs when ...
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