Lucía Gutiérrez

fotoI have been dedicated to full-time research since 2004. My work has taken place in four different institutions: Universidad de Zaragoza in Spain, where I completed a MSci in Chemistry and my PhD under the supervision of Prof. F. J. Lázaro. In 2009, after a short research position at Queen Mary University of London in the UK, I moved to the Materials Science Institute of Madrid (ICMM) in Spain to work on magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications. Between 2010 and 2012, I spent two years visiting an overseas laboratory leaded by Professor Tim St. Pierre, in the School of Physics at The University of Western Australia in Australia. In 2013, back to ICMM I continued my work with Prof. M. P. Morales financed by the AXA Research Fund. In 2016 I moved to The Institute of Nanoscience of Aragon (University of Zaragoza) with a Ramón y Cajal Research contract.

Position: Postdoc
Group Member Since: 2016
Nationality: Spanish
Tel: +34 876 555 361

Research Interests: Iron, Nanoparticles, Magnetism, Ferritin, Biodistribution, Degradation, Iron biomineralization, Pathological Iron, MRI

Hobbies: In my spare time I would love to travel more, but I spend most of my time playing with crayons, reading tales and modeling play dough 🙂