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3-month secondment of PhD student Soraya Alfonsi in UPC Perú
PhD student Soraya Alfonsi (UNICAM, Italy) has arrived to Lima for her 3-month secondment at Dr. Pohl Milón's laboratories at Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC, Perú).
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6th world congress of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS2021)
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11th World Biomaterials Congress
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Ana L. Tohmé returns to Glasgow for her final secondment
PhD student Ana Laura Tohmé (UNSAM, Argentina) has traveled to Glasgow (UK), after her 3-month secondment in Max Planck Institute (Stuttgart / Heidelberg, Germany), for her final secondment at Manuel Salmerón-Sánchez's labs at the Centre for the Cellular Microenvironment: CeMi.
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BBT-UPC welcomes UNSAM PhD student Julieta Werner
PhD student Julieta Werner (UNSAM, Argentina) joins Dr. Carles Mas-Moruno (BBT-UPC, Spain) for a 6 month secondment in his laboratories.
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Betania García and her 6-month secondment in Bristol
PhD student Betania García (UNSAM, Argentina) has traveled to Bristol (UK) for her final secondment at Prof. Bo Su's labs at the University of Bristol.
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Betania García, 3rd place in the Nanomaterials category of the LatinXChem Twitter Poster Conference
PhD student Betania García has won 3rd place in the Nanomaterials category of the LatinXChem Twitter Poster Conference 2023 with her work on the "Fabrication of titania nanopatterns with potential bactericidal activity".
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Bio-TUNE resumes its secondments
We are happy to announce that Bio-TUNE project has resumed its secondments. A PhD student from UNSAM (Argentina) will join Dr. Roberto Spurio's Lab in UNICAM (Italy) to continue with the tasks described in the project.
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Bio-TUNE Summer School
Strategies to develop new generation of multifunctional scaffolds and implants with cell instructive and antibacterial properties