BioMark sensor Research, University of Coimbra
Liliana Carneiro received a graduation/master degree in Chemistry from the Faculty of Sciences of Porto University. She is currently a PhD student at the Faculty of Engineering of Porto University (FEUP) under the Chemical and Biological Engineering program. Her research interests are mainly related with nanotechnology, biosensor devices and fuel cells. She has been developing work at BioMark Sensor Research, aiming to produce self-powered electrochemical biosensors to extracellular vesicle detection.
An all-in-one approach for self-powered sensing: A methanol fuel cell modified with a molecularly imprinted polymer for cancer biomarker detection. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2022; 906:116009.
Liliana P. T. Carneiro, Alexandra M. F. R. Pinto, Adélio Mendes and M.Goreti F. Sales
A passive direct methanol fuel cell as transducer of an electrochemical sensor, applied to the detection of carcinoembryonic antigen. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2021; 175:112877.
Liliana P. T. Carneiro, Nádia S. Ferreira, Ana P. M. Tavares, Alexandra M. F. R. Pinto, Adélio Mendes, and M. Goreti F.Sales
Synthesis, immobilization and catalytic activity of a copper(II) complex with a chiral bis(oxazoline). Molecules, 2014; 19(8): 11988-11998.
Liliana Carneiro, Ana R. Silva, Peter S. Shuttleworth, Vitaly Budarin and James H. Clark