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Marta Damora

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Plasmon Nanotechnologies
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Marta d'Amora graduated in Cellular e Molecular Biology and achieved her Ph.D. in Neurochemistry and Neurobiology at the University of Genoa. Currently, she is an external collaborator of the Plasmon nanotechnologies unit led by Dr. Francesco De Angelis. Her research focuses on the use of zebrafish during the development, as a vertebrate model, to evaluate the effects, transport, and biodistribution of nanomaterials and drugs for biomedical applications. 

Education

Title: Ph. D. in Neurochemistry and Neurobiology
Institute: University of Genoa
Location: Genova
Country: Italy
From: 2009 To: 2012

Title: Master Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology
Institute: University of Genoa
Location: Genova
Country: Italy
From: 2005 To: 2007

All Publications
2022
Konstantinidou T., Schmidt T., Landi E., Nocilla F., De Carli A., Witt D., Lindstaedt A., D'Amora M., Lai M., Freer G., Pistello M., Dente L., Everhardt A., Tantussi F., Fuso F., Gabellini C., Barski P., Raffa V.
A nanogenetic approach to genome editing
Proceedings of Advanced materials and devices for nanomedicine
Conference Paper Journal
2022
Lettieri S., d'Amora M., Giordani S.
Carbon Nanomaterials for Imaging
Supramolecular Chemistry in Biomedical Imaging, Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Book Chapter Book
2022
D'Amora M., Schmidt T.J.N., Konstantinidou S., Raffa V., De Angelis F., Tantussi F.
Effects of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles in Zebrafish
Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity
2021
Latini G., Signorile M., Rosso F., Fin A., Damora M., Giordani S., Pirri F., Crocellà V., Bordiga S., Bocchini S.
Efficient and reversible CO2 capture in bio-based ionic liquids solutions
Journal of CO2 Utilization
2021
damora M., Camisasca A., Arenal R., Giordani S.
In Vitro and In Vivo Biocompatibility of Boron/Nitrogen Co-Doped Carbon Nano-Onions
Nanomaterials