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Giulia Siciliano (1990) graduated in Chemistry in 2017 at University of Bari. In 2018 she won a scholarship at the “Chemical Physical Processes Institute” of the CNR (IPCF-CNR) in Bari. In January 2019 she started her PhD in Nanotechnologies. She is qualified for the profession of chemist. From 2013 she attended schools and national/international events (worshops, conferences) in the field of nanosciences and chemistry.
Her research activity concerns essentially on the synthesis and functionalization of magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications, and on the synthesis of (magnetic) Molecularly Imprinted Polymers with application in the field of biomedicine, food analysis, bioremediation.