María Luisa Fernández-Gubieda
María Luisa Fernández-Gubieda
Senior Research Associate
Prof. Dr. Mª Luisa Fernández-Gubieda is an expert in the field of magnetism and magnetic materials. In the last 10 years, she has been mainly involved in the study on nanogranular thin films and nanoparticle systems. Recently, she has developed a new research line on magnetotactic bacteria, with the aim to study the biomineralization process of magnetite nanoparticles and the viability of these nanoparticles for biomedical applications. One of her main activities is the use of Large Scale Facilities specially Synchrotron radiation, being one of the promoters of the beamline “Core level absorption and Emission Spectroscopies” at the Spanish synchrotron ALBA. At present, she is the head of the group of Magnetism and Magnetic materials in the University of Basque Country. She has published over 90 articles in scientific journals, receiving more than 700 citations (h-index=15). She has supervised 4 PhD Thesis.
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Interests and objectives:
Currently, she is Professor of Applied Physics at the University of the Basque Country ascribed to BCMaterials and the leader of the Group of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials of the Basque Country.
At present, she is involved in a rearch line on magnetotactic bacteria with two main topics. First, to understand the biomineralization process of the magnetite nanoparticle synthesize by the bacteria and second, to study the viability of these nanoparticles for biomedical application.
Project: Grupo de Magnetismo y Materiales Magnéticos. Grupo consolidado tipo A (IT711-13)(2013-2018). Coordinator: M.L. Fernández-Gubieda
Article: Magnetite biomineralization in Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense: time-resolved magnetic and structural studies
M. L. Fdez-Gubieda, A. Muela, J. Alonso, A. García-Prieto, L. Olivi, R. Fernández-Pacheco, and J. M. Barandiarán, ACS Nano, vol.7, n.4, 3297-3305 (2013) and Elettra Highlight 2012-13, 102.
Magnetic characterization; X-ray absorption spectroscopies; Magnetic nanoparticles;
Magnetotactic bacteria; biomedical application of magnetosomes
Influence of the bacterial growth phase on the magnetic properties of magnetosomes synthesized by Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense,BBA – Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 2017, In Press
Studying nanoparticles’ 3D shape by aspect maps: Determination of the morphology of bacterial magnetic nanoparticles,Faraday Discussions, 2016, 191, 177-188
Optimal Parameters for Hyperthermia Treatment Using Biomineralized Magnetite Nanoparticles: Theoretical and Experimental Approach,Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2016, 120 (42), pp 24437–24448
- Self-assembled Permalloy nanodisks for biomedical applications,Nanolito 2014, 2014,
- Fabrication of magnetic nanodisks by self-assembled templates for biomedical applications,Zing Bionanomaterials 2014, 2014,
- Advances in fabrication of Permalloy dots and anti-dots by patterning with self-assembled polystyrene spheres,Donostia International Workshop on Energy, Materials and Nanotechnology 2013, 2013,
- Magnetic nanoscopic correlations in the crossover between a superspin glass and a superferromagnet,Journal of Applied Physics, 2016, 119, 143902
- Size-induced superantiferromagnetism with reentrant spin-glass behavior in metallic nanoparticles of TbCu2,Physical Review B, 2013, 87, 180407
- On the exchange bias effect in NiO nanoparticles with a core(antiferromagnetic)/shell (spin glass) morphology,Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2015, 663, 012001
- Neutron and synchrotron studies of structure and magnetism of Shape Memory Alloys,Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2015, 663, 012014
- Enhanced magnetic anisotropy and heating efficiency in multi-functional manganese ferrite/graphene oxide nanostructures,Nanotechnology, 2016, 27, 155707
- Assemblies of magnetite nanoparticles extracted from magnetotactic bacteria: A magnetic study,Applied Physics Letters, 2016, 108, 063109
- X-ray Absorption Fine Structure spectroscopy in Fe oxides and oxyhydroxides,Wiley-VCH, 2016, ISBN 978-3-527-33882-5
- Magnetocaloric properties of rapidly solidified Dy3Co alloy ribbons,Journal of Applied Physics, 2015, 117, 17A706
- High-magnetic field characterization of magnetocaloric effect in FeZrB(Cu) amorphous ribbons,Journal of Applied Physics, 2015, 117, 17A710
- Magnetic phase diagram of superantiferromagnetic TbCu2 nanoparticles,Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2015, 27, 496002
- Breakdown of magnetism in sub-nanometric Ni clusters embedded in Ag,Nanotechnology, 2015, 26, 455703
- On the mineral core of ferritin-like proteins: a structural and magnetic characterization,Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 1088-1099
- Anisotropy effects in magnetic hyperthermia: A comparison between spherical and cubic exchange-coupled FeO/Fe3O4 nanoparticles,Journal of Applied Physics, 2015, 117, 17A337
- Search for Magnetite Nanoparticles in the Rats’ Brain,IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2015, 51 (1), 1-3
- Magnetic Properties and Magnetic Entropy Change in Gd/Ti Multilayers,IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2014, 50 (11)
- Magnetic disorder in diluted FexM100-x granular thin films (M=Au, Ag, Cu x < 10 at.%),Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 2013, 25 (27), (276001)
- Electrochemical Na Extraction/Insertion of Na3V2O2x(PO4)2F3-2x,ACS Chemistry of Materials, 2013, 25 (24), (4917 – 4925)
- Magnetite Biomineralization in Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense: Time-Resolved Magnetic and Structural Studies,ACS Nano, 2013, 7 (4), (3297 – 3305)
- Interplay between microstructure and magnetism in NiO nanoparticles: breakdown of the antiferromagnetic order,Nanoscale, 2014, 6, (457-465)
- Sodium Distribution and Reaction Mechanisms of a Na3V2O2(PO4)2F Electrode during Use in a Sodium-Ion Battery,ACS Chemistry of Materials, 2014, 26 (11), 3391-3402
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