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Ana Maria Panaite

Early Stage Marie Curie Researcher
PhD Student Fellow
Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications
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About

Ana Maria Panaite is a PhD student at Nanomaterials for Biological Applications (NABM) group, at Istituto Italiano di Technologia (IIT), Genova, Italy. Previously, she received a Master Degree in Synthetic and Industrial Chemistry and a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry from University of Basque Country in Spain.

Ana is involved in a multidisciplinary research project focused on engineering the surface of magnetic nanoparticles with Metal Organic Framework (MOFs) for hyperthermia and drug delivery applications, under the supervision of Dr. Teresa Pellegrino (IIT), Dr. Pablo del Pino (USC) and Dr. Orietta Monticelli (UniGe). 

She is currently joining the BioNanoTools laboratory (USC), performing part of her PhD project.

Education

Title: Bachelor degree in Chemistry
Institute: University of Basque Country
Location: Bilbao
Country: Spain
From: 2010 To: 2014

Title: Master degree in Synthetic and Industrial Chemistry
Institute: University of Basque Country
Location: Bilbao
Country: Spain
From: 2014 To: 2015

Title: PhD in Nanochemistry
Institute: University of Genova
Location: Genova
Country: Italy
From: 2020 To: 2023

Experience External

Title: R&D laboratory technician
Institute: VITO
Location: Mol
Country: Belgium
From: 2017 To: 2018

Title: LCA specialist and QA analyst
Institute: Befesa Aluminium
Location: Bilbao
Country: Spain
From: 2016 To: 2016

All Publications
2020
Mai B.T., Barthel M.J., Lak A., Avellini T., Panaite A.M., Rodrigues E.M., Goldoni L., Pellegrino T.
Photo-induced copper mediated copolymerization of activated-ester methacrylate polymers and their use as reactive precursors to prepare multi-dentate ligands for the water transfer of inorganic nanoparticles
Polymer Chemistry, vol. 11, (no. 17), pp. 2969-2985
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2017
Azcargorta A.R., Coya E., Panaite A.M., Sotomayor N., Lete E.
Intramolecular Addition of Heteroaryllithium Compounds onto Activated Alkenes: Access to Heterofused Indolizines and Pyrroloazepines
European Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol. 2017, (no. 17), pp. 2462-2468
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