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Aldo Isaac Martínez Banderas

PhD Student
  • PhD in Bioscience

  • MSc ​Thesis title: A Combined Chemical and Magneto-Mechanical Induction of Cancer Cell Death by the Use of Functionalized Magnetic Iron Nanowires
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Research Interests

Pharmaceutical Chemist interested in pharmaceutical innovation and drug development. Currently working in the area of nanomedicine employing magnetic nanowires for biomedical applications. ​

Selected Publications

AI. Martínez-Banderas, A. Aires, JE. Perez, N. Alsharif, FJ. Teran, JF. Cadenas, J. Kosel and AL. Cortajarena. Functionalized magnetic nanowires for chemical and magneto-mechanical induction of cancer cell death.  Scientific Reports. 2016.

M. Perusquía, E. Flores-Soto, B. Sommer, E. Campuzano-González, I. Martínez-Villa, AI. Martínez-Banderas, LM. Montaño. Testosterone-induced relaxation involves L-type and store-operated Ca2+ channels blockade, and PGE2 in guinea pig airway smooth muscle. Pflugers Arch - Eur J Physiol. 2014.

Education

​​Ph.D. Bioscience, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. 2016–present.
M.Sc. Bioscience, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. 2014–2016.
B.Sc. Chemical Pharmaceutical Biology, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico. 2007-2013.

Awards

1. 2011-2012, Coca-Cola Scholarship of Academic Excellence. International Exchange program. National Autonomous University of Mexico & University of Vienna, Vienna Austria.
2. 2012, Support Program for Research Projects and Technological Innovation. Financial remuneration for the realization of the thesis projects. National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico.