Nov 2014

PhD position available.

We are seeking an outstanding graduate to join the DADDi2 project team. The successful candidate will work on the development of electrochemical enzyme biosensors. The work is part of the DADDi2 project (TEC2013-48506-C3), aimed at the development of a new type of disposable autonomous device for the early diagnosis of Diabetes.

Candidates must:

• Hold a Masters degree in one of the following fields: Chemistry, Materials Science, Biochemistry or Biotechnology.
• An undergraduate degree (8/10 or better) in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Biotechnology.
• Good oral and written command of the English language.

In addition, knowledge of Electrochemistry and Electroanalysis will be an advantage.

Read more here.

If you are interested, please contact me directly.

World Diabetes Day (WDD).

Diabetes is among the top 10 world causes of mortality according to the World Health Organization [1]. Our DADDi2 project aims to develop new analytical tools for the rapid diagnostic of the disease.

New website launched.

This website was launched on November 10, 2014. Currently the website features only a summary of activities, but new pages and content will be added to the site soon. The goal is to provide a comprehensive view of what we do and of our main results.