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Haridian Tato Mateo

I have a degree in Biomedical Sciences and, as a result of my passion for translational medicine, I currently find myself studying Medicine. I am part of the Diagnostic Nanotools group at the Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR). Our goal is to develop and validate novel detection strategies with diagnostic purposes.

Institutions of which they are part

Research technician
Diagnostic nanotools (DINA)
Vall Hebron Institut de Recerca
Haridian Tato Mateo

Haridian Tato Mateo

Haridian Tato Mateo

Institutions of which they are part

Research technician
Diagnostic nanotools (DINA)
Vall Hebron Institut de Recerca

I have a degree in Biomedical Sciences and, as a result of my passion for translational medicine, I currently find myself studying Medicine. I am part of the Diagnostic Nanotools group at the Vall d'Hebron Research Institute (VHIR). Our goal is to develop and validate novel detection strategies with diagnostic purposes.

I have a bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Barcelona (2016) and a graduate diploma in Female Patholohical Anatomy (2020). As a result of my stay at the Hospital Germans Tries i Pujol located in Badalona, my interest in translational medicine began to grow rapidly, which led me to start my studies in Medicine shortly after.
At the same time, I also studied a master's degree in Project Management to complete my knowledge in the development of projects from all perspectives other than the scientific one.
I have been professionally dedicated to R+D+i in a biotechnological laboratory for three years. I am currently in my 3rd year of Medicine and glad to be part of the Diagnostic Nanotools group of the VHIR. My main responsability consists in the optimization of the 'Synthrocytes': Synthetic Erythrocytes designed for the surveillance of infectious diseases.

Projects

Synthetic Erythrocytes for the Surveillance of Infectious Diseases

IP: Eva Baldrich Rubio
Collaborators: Maria Urpí Castany, Haridian Tato Mateo
Funding agency: Fundació "La Caixa"
Funding: 238920
Reference: CC21-20120
Duration: 31/01/2022 - 31/12/2024

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With this grant the project Synthetic cells to improve the control of viral infections will receive support to accelerate its arrival to society.

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