María Díaz González received her PhD in Chemistry from the University of Oviedo in June 2006. Her thesis was focused on the design of electrochemical enzymatic biosensors for clinical diagnosis. Then she did a three years post-doctoral stay in the Molecular and Industrial Biotechnology Group at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, working on the study of enzymatic processes for textile industry applications. In January 2010 she joined to the GTQ supported by a Juan de la Cierva scholarship, where her research is focused on electrochemical biosensors and microfluidic devices.
Pujol-Vila, F; Gimenez-Gomez, P; Santamaria, N; Antunez, B; Vigues, N; Diaz-Gonzalez, M; Jimenez-Jorquera, C; Mas, J; Sacristan, J; Munoz-Berbel, X "Portable and miniaturized optofluidic analysis system with ambient light correction for fast in situ determination of environmental pollution"
SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL VL.222 (), 55-62, 2016
Diaz-Gonzalez, M; Gutierrez-Capitan, M; Niu, PF; Baldi, A; Jimenez-Jorquera, C; Fernandez-Sanchez, C "Electrochemical devices for the detection of priority pollutants listed in the EU water framework directive"
TRAC-TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY VL.77 (), 186-202, 2016
Mallén, M., Díaz-González, M., Bonilla, D., Salvador, J. P., Marco, M. P., Baldi, A., & Fernández-Sánchez, C. "Reusable conductimetric array of interdigitated microelectrodes for the readout of low-density microarrays"
Analytica Chimica Acta VL.832 (), 44-50, 2014