Research member of ElectroBio project
MSc in Biophysics and Bionanosystems
Degree in Genetic and Biotechnology
Development of electroactive materials with different morphologies for biological applications
Electroactive materials influence on biological response of specific cells such as fibroblast and osteoblast are already known. In the present work, the development of electroactive materials with different morphologies will be focused. Novel architectures – inks, spheres, films and scaffolds – will be performed as active substrates to proliferation and differentiation cell assays. Thus, the acquired knowledge will be transferred to others biological entities: bacteria. A gram-negative and a gram-positive strain will be used to evaluate the capability of these materials to promote or inhibit biofilm formation.