Mateus Cardoso at the University of Nebraska - USA
October 2020

 

Mateus Cardoso presented a webinar at the University of Nebraska about targeting of nano-objects. The talk started with the intrinsic hability of the SARS-CoV-2 to target ACE2 receptors. Then, the discussion jumped to synthetic nanoparticles where Mateus Cardoso showed to the audience the lastest developments from the research group.

Our work featured on the Langmuir cover

September 2020

 

Our group group work is featured on the Langmuir cover.

The work deals the redispersibility of mesopores silica nanoparticles (aprox. 100 nm) in relevant biologicla media. Toxicity was also probed.

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Our work is awarded by LNNano
August 2020

 

Our group work entitled Gram-Negative Bacteria Targeting Mediated by Carbohydrate–Carbohydrate Interactions Induced by Surface-Modified Nanoparticles (Advanced Functional Materials, v. 29, p. 1904216, 2019) was awarded by the LNNano direction as the main scientific highlitgh of LNNano during 2019. CLICK HERE AND READ THE PAPER.

Mateus Cardoso at home university - UFPel
June 2020

 

Mateus Cardoso was invited to present an online seminar at the Federal University of Pelotas (UFPel) which is him "home university". Mateus Cardoso got his bachelors Chemistry from the UFPel in 2001. He was invited to described to the undergrad students about his carrear as well as indicate important points and topics that must be considered by the students for their future.

Mateus Cardoso webinar at UNSAM-Argentine
June 2020

 

Mateus Cardoso presented a webinar at Universidad Nacional de San Martin. During the talk it was discussed how nanoparticles can be target specific. Due to the pandemic, a special attention was given to explain the SARS-CoV-2 effectivity. Picture taken by Dr. Paula Angelomé from CNEA. Interestingly that even her cat (Buñu) was attentively following to the scientific discussion.

Mateus Cardoso virtually at INIFTA-Argentine
June 2020

 

Mateus Cardoso presented an online seminar for researchers and students of INIFTA-Argentine.

During the talk (~40 min) it was shown how colloidaly stable nanoparticles can be used to target cells, viruses and bacteria. After the presentation, along ~50 min discussion, excellent discussion and possible collaborative works were sorted out.

Our group has moved back to LNLS-Sirius

April 2020

 

Our group group has moved back to LNLS-Sirius. Mateus Cardoso will lead the Soft & BioMaterials Division which encompasses a few beamlines as well as a couple of strategic laboratories.

The group will be now focused on developing synchrotron strategies to properly probe and understand the nanobiointerface. These advances will be likely contribute to future advances of personalized medicine.

Our work featured on the Particle & Particle Systems Characterization cover

March 2020

 

Our group group work is featured on the Particle & Particle Systems Characterization cover.

The work deals with selective targeting of lymphoma cells by using antibody-functionalized silica nanoparticles.

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Mateus Cardoso in 2nd Meeting on Biofunctional Materials
March 2020

 

Mateus Cardoso was one of the invited lectures of 2nd Meeting on Biofunctional Materials held at the CBPF in Rio de Janeiro. Mateus Cardoso talk was mainly based on describing the challenges on developing nanoparticles which are colloidally stable at the same time they can be target-specific. Camila Silveira, Gabriela Mondo and Andressa Schneid also presented their works.

School of Colloids became a tradition
January 2020

 

Mateus Cardoso was one of the invited lectures of 6th School of Colloids which is annually organized by Prof. Denise Petri from University of São Paulo. The School came to LNNano to hear about SAXS and cryo-TEM (cryo-TEM part done by Alexandre Cassago and Marcelo Farias). More information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/1aEscolaDeColoidesESuperficies/

Mateus Cardoso visits PUC-RS
December 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was invited to visit PUC-RS as a tentative to establish scientific collaborations. During the visit, it was shown the amazing infrasctructere available at PUC-RS (mainly related to in vivo studies). Mateus Cardoso was also invited to give a talk where he showed the latest advances of the group related to nanoparticles targeting.

Our work featured on the Advanced Functional Materials cover

November 2019

 

Our group group work is featured on the Advanced Functional Materials cover.

The work deals with selective targeting of Gran-Negative bacterial by using carbohydrate-functionalized silica nanoparticles.

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Mateus Cardoso speaks at Brazilian Biophysics Society Meeting
October 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was one of the speakers of the Brazilian Biophysics Society Meeting held in Santos - São Paulo.

During his talk, Mateus Cardoso addressed the challenges in the nanomedicine field and the strategies that have been implemented in his group to overcome these limitation.

Mateus Cardoso in Sirius-Synchrotron Workshop
October 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was invited to present nanomedicine problems related to synchrotron nano-imaging during the First Sirius Workshop on X-ray Nanospectroscopy, Nanodiffraction and Nanoimaging (CN3).

Mateus Cardoso was describing how critical problems related to the low efficiency of nanomedicines can be overcome by using synchrotron radiation.

Mateus Cardoso in Montpellier - heart of degradable silica
September 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was invited to visit the Institute Charles Gerhardt in Montpellier (ICGM) where fruitful discussions about future collaborations were possible. Mateus Cardoso gave a talk describing the relationship between colloidal stability and nanomedicine application. In addition, it was a pleasure to meet Karim Bouchmella our former group member which works at the ICGM.

Three oral presentations from our group at SBPMat-2019

September 2019

 

Our group members were selected for three oral presentations during SBPMat-2019 held in Camburiú - Brazil.  Andressa Schneid, Iris Ribeiro e Flávia Galdino described part of their works during the nanomedicine section of the conference. 

We thank Andressa Schneid, Iris Ribeiro e Flávia Galdino for well representing our group.

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Mateus Cardoso - visiting Professor at the Université de Paris
September 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was serving as a visiting Professor of the Université de Paris during September. 

Mateus Cardoso joined Dr. Jean-François Berret Lab to complete some work previously done in Brazil (during  Jean-François Berret visit) and in Paris when a Master student spent 3 months in Paris. A new paper has been written and soon it will be submitted to publication.

Mateus Cardoso talks about nanomedicine
July 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was one of the lectures during the Third Introductory Course on Nanotechnology and Nanotoxicology. This course was held at LNNano and during two full days the audience heard about a diversity of topics related to Nanotech and Nanotox. Mateus gave a talk describing the nanomedicine evolution and the new future trends related to this topic.

CNPEM open day

June 2019

 

CNPEM opened its doors to the public receiving more than 16000 visitors which could be inside a synchrotron source, visit and get close to the state-of-the-art microscopes and much more.

Our group was located at the main entrance of LNNano where we were explaining in a very simplistic way all concepts behind nanomedicine.

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She is now MSc. Larissa Fernanda Ferreira

June 2019

 

MSc. Larissa Fernanda Ferreira concluded her master studies presenting her work discussing the correlation between protein corona formation, colloidal stability and aggregation within a realistic panorama of concentrations taking into account in vivo applications.

Congratulations MSc. Larissa Fernanda Ferreira!

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Mateus Cardoso at the Brazilian Academy of Sciences Meeting
June 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso has been to Fortaleza for the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (ABC) Meeting. Along this meeting it was discussed scientific funding crisis in Brazil as well as strategies and trends of research worldwide. Furthermore, ABC has clearly invited all young scientists for being more active in social media in order to spread out the importance of science in Brazil.

She is now Dr. Jessica Fernanda Affonso de Oliveira

May 2019

 

Dr. Jessica Fernanda Affonso de Oliveira concluded her doctoral studies presenting her work describing how antibody-coated silica nanoparticles can efficiently be targeted to lymphoma cells without any residual toxicity to healthy and red-blood cells.

Congratulations Dr. Jessica Fernanda Affonso de Oliveira!

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Mateus Cardoso is visiting University of Miami (UM)
May 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso spent 15 days at University of Miami working in Marc Knecht Lab due to a collaboration established between both groups (funded by Fapesp and UM) on coating silica nanoparticles with peptides for biological applications. Mateus Cardoso also gave a talk showing the last results of our group. We look forward to seeing Marc Knecht in Brazil.

Mateus Cardoso inauguration at the Brazilian Academy of Science

March 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was nominated as affiliated member of the Brazilian Academy of Science. 

This choice is done based on those scientists under 40 which have made significant scientific contribution in their fields.

Mateus Cardoso inauguration was held at USP with a seminar describing his main achievements that lead him to receive that distinction.

Mateus Cardoso is one of the lectures in Rio de Janeiro
February 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was one of the invited lectures of 1st Meeting on Biofunctional Materials held at the Brazilian Center of Physics Research in Rio de Janeiro. 

Mateus Cardoso talk was mainly based on describing the challenges on developing nanoparticles which are colloidally stable at the same time they can be target-specific.

Mateus Cardoso is one of the lectures of the School of Colloids
January 2019

 

Mateus Cardoso was one of the invited lectures of 6th School of Colloids which is annually organized by Prof. Denise Petri from University of São Paulo. The School came to LNNano to hear about  SAXS and  cryo-TEM (cryo-TEM part done by Alexandre Cassago and Marcelo Farias). More information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/1aEscolaDeColoidesESuperficies/

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