Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae of Dr. Irina Estrela-Lopis

Since 2009    Group leader of international and national research projects
2008-2009   Postgraduate studies in Toxicology at Leipzig University
2004-2006    Maternity leave    
Since 2001    Scientific assistant at the Institute for Medical Physics and Biophysics at Leipzig University. Research on biomimetic sandwiches on colloids, capsules and flat surfaces

2000-2001   

Researcher at Berlin Technical University, Ivan Stransky Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry – work on polyelectrolyte multilayer structure
2000-2001    Neutron Reflectivity Beam line supervisor at Hahn Meitner Institute Berlin
 
1998-2000 Post doctoral fellow of Max Planck Society, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, Germany. Research on Protein-Polyelectrolyte-Lipid Interaction  
1992-1998Scientific assistant at Kiev State University, Department of Physics. Research on liquid crystal spectroscopy  
1996             PhD in Physics at Kiev State University, Department of Physics. Thesis: Development of liquid crystal polymorphism in Raman spectra  
1989-1991   Maternity leave
1988Diploma in Physics (Molecular Relaxation in many-atom liquids) at Kiev State University "Taras Shevchenko", Ukraine

 

 

Grants received

  • Project supported by BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research): "Translocation, biological fate, stability and effective dose of engineered NMs for nanosafety studies (FATENANO)", No.  03XP0062, launched in 05.2016, duration 3 years
  • Project supported by BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research): “Nanoparticles in tissue: Detection, quantification and visualization of biological effect markers”, N°: 03X0146D, launched in 08.2014, duration 3 years (418,599.60 €)
  • Project supported by BMBF: “90 days inhalation testing with CeO2 in the rat and subsequent analysis of gene expression profiles for the early detection of toxic / carcinogenic effects”, N°03X0149B, launched in 08.2014, duration 3 years (262,314.00 €)
  • Project supported by DFG (German Research Foundation): “The Toxicity in Intestine and Liver for Nanoparticles used in Food and Packaging”, launched in 03.2014, duration 3 years (149,900.00€)
  • Project supported by European Commission in the framework of FP7: “Biological Foundation for the Safety Classification of Engineered Nanomaterials: Systems Biology Approaches to Understand Interactions of ENM with Living Organisms and the Environment”, GA N°: 309329, launched in 04.2013, duration 4  years (250,000.00 €)
  • Project supported by European Commission in the framework of FP7: “A common European Approach to the Regulatory Testing of Nanomaterials”, GA N°: 310584, launched in 03.2013, duration 3,5 years (94,000.00 €)
  • Project supported by European Commission in the framework of FP7 Marie Curie Actions IRSES “Translocation and Safe Design of Surface Engineered Metal oxide Nanoparticles”, GA N°: 318916, launched in 01.2013, duration 4 years (98,700.00 €)

   

letzte Änderung: 10.07.2017