Susana O. Catarino is an assistant researcher at the Research Unit on Electromechanical Microsystems (CMEMS) and invited assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Electronics at the University of Minho. Since 2014, she has been a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Minho. S.O. Catarino has focused her research on lab-on-chip diagnostic devices, optical and acoustic sensors and microfluidic systems, currently focusing on the areas of malaria and cardiovascular diseases.
Besides, during her career, she interacted with more than 35 co-authors, having published more than 40 articles in international magazines and conferences, as well as 1 book as co-editor, 4 book chapters and 1 Portuguese patent granted, having more than 400 citations. She participated in eight funded research projects, being responsible researcher in two of them. Susana Catarino guides 1 PhD, 16 master's degrees and 4 research fellows in the scope of the projects she coordinates, and has more than 14 participations in academic test juries, including master's, doctoral and doctoral thesis plans. She organized several scientific events, was a member of the scientific committee of 5 international conferences, guest editor of 3 special issues in magazines, as well as reviewer of articles in more than 15 international journals and evaluator of European projects of the EUROSTARS program.
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