University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
Analytical chemistry to support COVID19 emergency
Fabiana Arduini is Associate Professor at Department of Chemical Science and Technologies (Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry), University of Rome Tor Vergata . The research activity deals with the development of Bioassay and Biosensor systems, Electrochemical (bio)sensors, Electrochemical Mediators, Printed Electrodes, Sensors and Biosensors modified with Nanomaterials, Paper based (bio)sensors.
The research activity was published in more than 80 articles in ISI peer-reviewed journals, among them with high impact factor in the analytical chemistry journal (e.g. Biosensor and Bioelectronics IF 8.173).
H-index: 35, with 2814 total citations (Scopus, May 2019).
She is author of more than 100 among poster and oral presentations at National and International congress, including plenary, keynotes and invited talk.
She received in 2013 “Best Young Researcher” Award from the Analytical Chemistry Division of the Italian Chemical Society and in 2012 “Top cited author” for 2010-2011 on Biosensors and Bioelectronics journal (IF 6.451).
She is the Coordinator of Interdivisional Sensor Group, Italian Chemical Society for the period 2019-2021.
She is actually the Coordinator of European Project ERANETMED2-72-328 NanoSWS 2017-2020 “Integrated nanotechnologies for sustainable sensing water and sanitation”, BIAPTABONT project Ministry of Defence, INNOCONCRETE project within Executive Programme on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between Italian Republic and the Kingdom of Sweden for the years 2018-2020.