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PhD Thesis

22 Maio 2020, 09:24 - Maria da Conceição Gonçalves Venâncio

PhD Thesis in Bioengineering of Inês Raquel Antunes Ferreira
Title: “Extracellular vesicles: agents of gut communication in prediabetes scenario”
27th January, 10 h


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PhD Thesis in Bioengineering of Saeed Abbasalizadeh
Title: “Bioprocess development for scalable generation of functional liver micro-tissues/organoids from human pluripotent stem cells”
19th January, 9 a.m.


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PhD Thesis in Bioengineering of Fábio Filipe Ferreira Garrudo
Title: “Novel Electrospun Scaffolds for Neural Stem Cell Differentiation under Electrical Stimulation”
8th January, 2 p.m.


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PhD Thesis in Biotechnology and Biosciences of Andreia Isabel de Melo Pimenta
Title: "New insights into the interaction of Burkholderia cenocepacia with host cells: Trimeric autotransporter adhesins as pathogenicity"
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22nd December, 10 a.m.



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PhD in Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine of Ana Carina Baeta Manjua
Title: "Mesenchymal Stromal Cell-based Strategies to Enhance Tissue Vascularization: Exploring Magnetic Field Stimulation and Design of Fluidic Models for Vascular Studies"21st December, 10 a.m.



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PhD in Bioengineering of Aldo Robles Arevalo
Title: "Data Based modeling for supporting Clinical Decision Making"
16th December, 9 a.m.


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PhD Thesis in Biotechnology and Biosciences of David José Roxo Botequim
Title: "Fluorescently-labeled DNA Probes Functionalized onto Gold Nanorods for Signal Enhancement in Nucleic Acids' Detection"
18th November, 10:30 a.m.


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PhD Thesis in Biomedical Engineering of Nelson da Silva Ribeiro
Title: "Surrogate-Based Design Optimization of Coronary Stents"
21th October, 2 p.m.