Prof. Anna Salvati

Associate Editor

Department of Pharmacy
University of Groningen

Netherlands

Scientific career

2014 - present Associate Professor, Department of Nanomedicine & Drug Targeting, Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
2007 - 2014 Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for BioNano Interactions, University College Dublin, Ireland
2005 - 2006 Visiting Student, Chemistry Department, Lund University, Sweden
2004 - 2007 Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences (Physical Chemistry), University of Florence, Italy
1999 - 2003 MSc Degree in Biology, University of Florence

 

Research areas

Her research has been focused on understanding the interactions of nano-sized material with cells for nanomedicine applications and nanosafety. This includes, among others, nanoparticle uptake kinetics, receptor interactions, uptake mechanism, intracellular trafficking and final fate inside cells in order to improve the design of nanomedicines and investigation of the potential effects induced by nanoparticles on cells. Additionally, she studies how the layer of biomolecules which adsorb on nanoparticles when in contact with biological environments (the so called nanoparticle corona) changes the identity and properties of nano-sized materials and how this affects the interactions with cells.

 

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