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Sandra Sánchez González

 

Current Position              DPhil Student

Supervisor                       Prof Hua (Cathy) Ye

Contact Information

                                       Institute of Biomedical Engineering
                                       Department of Engineering Science
                                       University of Oxford
                                       Tel: +44 1865 617654
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Research Interests

-          Neural tissue engineering

-          Functionalised Polymeric Scaffolds with Graphene based nanomaterials

-          Bioreactors for in vitro cell culture

 

Background

Education

-          B. in Chemical Engineering, University of Cantabria (2007-2013)

-          M. in Environment and clean Technologies, University of Deusto (2013-2014)

 

Work Experience

- Researcher in the University of Cantabria (May 2015-currently)

-Researcher in the University of Deusto (September 2014-April 2015)

-Internship in the Company SADER (Bilbao) (February 2014-August 2014)

 

Awards and Scholarships

-          short-term fellowship awarded by EMBO  (2017)

-          First Prize award for the best PhD poster in the field of engineering and architecture 

           at the School of Doctorate of the University of Cantabria (2017)

-          First Prize award for the best video ‘your thesis in two minutes’ at the ETS Industrial

           and Telecommunications Engineering of the University of Cantabria (2017)

 

Publications

Journal Papers

N. Diban, S. Sanchez-Gonzalez, M. Lázaro-Díez, J. Ramos-Vivas, A. Urtiaga, Facile fabrication of poly(ε-caprolactone)/graphene oxide membranes for bioreactors in tissue engineering, J. Memb. Sci. 540 (2017) 219–228. doi:10.1016/j.memsci.2017.06.052.

 

Teaching/Lectures

Substitute Lecturer at the Dep. Of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering in the University of Cantabria (2017) of:

-Polymer Engineering

-Advanced Optimization and Control of Chemical Processes