Jesús Martínez de la Fuente
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Jesús Martínez de la Fuente professor
Jesús Martínez de la Fuente Dr’s (Shanghai thousand person plan) research area is nano-biomedical engineering. He has expertise in preparation and surface chemistry of metal oxides. In addition, he get a lot of outcome of the preparing biosensors based on Functionalized nanoparticles for gene diagnosis and therapy, magnetic therapy and photochemical. He published more than 70 papers in Angewandte Chemie, ACS Nano, Chemistry of Materials, Journal of the American Chemical Society and other world-class publications books. His papers are cited by more than 2000 times and h-factor reaches 24. He get 5 patents. He lead and participate in EU research projects as Chief Scientist. He cooperated with the research group of more than 10 countries.
In addition, he has successfully achieved many research results to commercial production, has a wealth of experience in industrialization.
Awards: 2010, Aragonese distinguished Young Scientist Award (Aragon Researches:Junior Researcher, 2010);  the award is presented by by the Government, only granted under 35 years of distinguished scholars. It represent not only the academic achievement, also recognized academic potential.
Part-time academic organizations: 1. Spain Aragon region in Nano-Biotechnology and nano-biomedical Consortium (NANOSPAIN) major principal; and 2.the member of SPIE Photonics West-BIOS Scientific Committee (San Francisco-EEUU) between 2010 to 2011.
The major international conferences Launched by him: Nanotechnology International Symposium (the International Workshop on Nanomedicine) (2009 in Zaragoza, 2010 in m á Laga); as a regional organizer of the speaker, to the International Conference NANAX (2012 at m á Laga)
Undergraduate (Bachelor degree) 1993-1998 Spain chemistry University of Cordoba
Master of Arts (master degree) 1998-1999 Spain University of Seville advanced chemistry
Doctor (doctor degree) 2003 Spain Institute of Chemical Investigations of chemistry (CSIC) of Seville.
Work experience:
Postdoctoral 2003-2005 United Kingdom University of Glasgow
(postdoctoral researcher) (University of Glasgow)
Senior fellow for 2007-Spain University of Zaragoza(Senior Researcher) (University of Zaragoza)
Chief Technical Adviser and Vice President 2009-Spain Nanoimmunotech S.L
Typical papers:
1. C. Bao, N. Beziere, P. del Pino, B. Pelaz, G. Estrada, F. Tian, V. Ntziachristos, J. M. de la Fuente*, D. Cui, Gold nanoprisms as photoacustic signal nanoamplifiers for in vivo bioimaging of gastrointestinal cancer , Small, 2013.
2. J. Conde, A. Ambrosone, V. Sanz, Y. Hernandez, F. Tian, P. V. Baptista, M. R. Ibarra, C. Tortiglione, J. M. de la Fuente*, Design of multifunctional gold nanoparticles for in vitro and in vivo gene silencing, ACS Nano, 2012.
3. P. Rivera-Gil, D. Jiménez de Aberasturi, V. Wulf, B. Pelaz, P. del Pino, Y. Zhao, J. M. de la Fuente, I. Ruiz de Larramendi, T. Rojo, X.-J. Liang, W.J. Parak, The challenge to relate physico-chemical properties of colloidal nanoparticles to their cytotoxicity, Accounts of Chemical Research, 2012.
4. H. W. Child, P. del Pino, J. M. de la Fuente, A. S. Hursthouse, D. Stirling, M. Mullen, G. M. McPhee, C. Nixon, V. Jayawarna, C. C. Berry, Working together: The combined application of a magnetic field and penetratin for the delivery of magnetic nanoparticles to cells in 3D, ACS Nano, 2011.
5. M. Moros, B. Pelaz, P. López, M. L. García, V. Grazú, J. M. de la Fuente.*, Engineering biofunctional magnetic nanoparticles for biotechnological applications, Nanoscale, 2010.

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