José Daniel Rojas Tizón

ESR 2 - José Daniel Rojas Tizón

 

 

PROJECT TITLE:

Novel nanomaterial for lab on chip devices development: application to environmental stressors in food system and their effect on the oxidative stress in select cell.

 

 

EXTERNAL TUTOR:

Alberto Escarpa

 

 

INTERNAL TUTOR:

Michele del Carlo

 
 
 
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION

 

ESR N: 2

 

NATIONALITY: Spanish

 

DATE OF BIRTH: 23/05/1992

 
 
 
 
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

 

Experience on electroanalytical chemistry and nanomaterials synthesis and application to (bio)sensing as undergraduated student and MSc student at the University of Alcalá

  • D. Rojas, B. Jurado-Sánchez, A. Escarpa, “Shoot and Sense” Janus Micromotors-Based
    Strategy for the Simultaneous Degradation and Detection of Persistent Organic
    Pollutants in Food and Biological Samples, Anal. Chem. 88 (2016) 4153–4160.

 

  • L. García-Carmona, D. Rojas, M.C. González, A. Escarpa, Microchip in situ
    electrosynthesis of silver metallic oxide clusters for ultra-FAST detection of galactose in
    galactosemic newborns’ urine samples, Analyst. 141 (2016) 6002–6007.
 
 
 
 
SKILLS AND SPECIFIC ATTITUDES

 

  • Nanomaterial synthesis and electrosynthesis

 

  •  Nanomaterial electrochemical and physicochemical characterization

 

  • Electrochemical (bio)sensing
 
 
 
 
CURIOSITY
D: Why and what do you like about Teramo?
R: What I like the most about Teramo it's its location is near to the sea and the mountains. This make it very appealing for practicing different winter and summer sports which is very important for me since I love sports.
 
D: What is your favourite food local dish/food?
R: Without a doubt my favourite dish is arrosticini. However, all the local dishes I've tasted are quite good such as formaggio fritto or le virtù
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Rep-Eat - H2020-MSCA-COFUND-2015

University of Teramo - Via Renato Balzarini 1 - 64100 - Teramo (TE) - Italy

repeat@unite.it  -  Private Area

 
 
 
Flag UE

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 

research and innovation programme under 

the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 713714

 

 

Co-funding institutions