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Spectroscopy sat down with 2023 Lester W. Strock Awardee Maria Montes-Bayon to talk about her research and what winning the Strock award means to her.
Today at SciX, Spectroscopy magazine sat down with Maria Montes-Bayon of the University of Oviedo to talk about her research using single-cell inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) to study the apoptotic and uptake status of nanoplatinum (IV) treated cells.
Maria Montes-Bayón is a Full Professor in Analytical Chemistry in the Department of Physical and Analytical Chemistry at the University of Oviedo (Spain) since December 2017. Her main research interests are development of quantitative strategies for determination of molecular biomarkers of clinical relevance at the single cell level using ICP-MS; evaluation of encapsulated metallodrugs for their potential use in chemotherapy using mass spectrometry: a focus on cellular resistance mechanisms; and analytical tools to study biomedical aspects of nanoparticles: biogenic nanoparticles and metal nano-debris from metallic implants.
In this interview segment, Montes-Bayon answers the following questions:
This interview segment is one of several conducted in conjunction to the SciX 2023 conference. You can see our latest conference coverage, including our additional video interviews conducted at SciX, at the following link: https://www.spectroscopyonline.com/conferences/scix