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Alexandra Parichenko

Student assistant

E-Mail: Alexandra.Parichenko@tu-dresden.de
Group: nanoelectronics for sensor technologies

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Alexandra Parichenko studied Nanobiophysics at Technical University of Dresden (TUD) and received her Master’s degree in 2021. Her Master’s thesis was mainly conducted at Fraunhofer IKTS under supervision of Dr. Natalia Beshchasna and Dr. Jörg Opitz. In the frame of the thesis she investigated diamond nanoparticles and high density lipoprotein nanoparticles as potential anti-atherogenic agents, which can be integrated into the biodegradable coating of vascular stents. In 2020 she joined Prof. Gianaurelio Cuniberti’s chair and now is focusing on investigation of different hydrogels for hosting bio-receptors on the surfaces of biosensors, such as nanowire field effect transistors (FETs) and carbon nanotubes FETs.




Parichenko

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Alexandra Parichenko

Student assistant

E-Mail: Alexandra.Parichenko@tu-dresden.de
Group: nanoelectronics for sensor technologies

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Alexandra Parichenko studied Nanobiophysics at Technical University of Dresden (TUD) and received her Master’s degree in 2021. Her Master’s thesis was mainly conducted at Fraunhofer IKTS under supervision of Dr. Natalia Beshchasna and Dr. Jörg Opitz. In the frame of the thesis she investigated diamond nanoparticles and high density lipoprotein nanoparticles as potential anti-atherogenic agents, which can be integrated into the biodegradable coating of vascular stents. In 2020 she joined Prof. Gianaurelio Cuniberti’s chair and now is focusing on investigation of different hydrogels for hosting bio-receptors on the surfaces of biosensors, such as nanowire field effect transistors (FETs) and carbon nanotubes FETs.