Understanding the "in vivo" interfacial dynamics of therapeutic vectors through in situ ellipsometry

Elisa Bindini

Université Pierre et Marie Curie

Elisa Bindini obtained a degree in Chemistry from University of Florence and a MSci in Industrial Chemistry of materials from the University Pisa, Italy. She later moved to Paris, France to pursue a PhD under Dr. Cédric Boissière guidance in the Hybrid Materials & Nanomaterials team within the Condensed Matter Chemistry Laboratory of Paris (LCMCP), focusing on the interface between mesoporous silica materials and biological environments to develop in situ optical analysis. 


Mesoporous silica nanoparticles are now widely investigated as biocompatible vectors for drug delivery, thanks to their well-defined and tunable porosity, high loading capacity and the possibility to be functionalized with... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Elisa Bindini (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
  2. Marco Faustini (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
  3. Andrea Cattoni (CNRS)
  4. Cédric Boissière (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)

Topic Areas

Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers , Microfluidics in nanomedicine and nanobiology


OS3a-A » Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers (15:00 - Wednesday, 27th September, Auditorium)

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