(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Oana Nanmanona Frîncu

Beneficiary country: 
Frîncu Oana Nanmanona Romania Né(e) le 28 May 1980 dans Bucharest, Romania
Country of study: 
Last degree obtained: 

International Center for Biodynamics, Master’s degree in Biodynamics (June 2005).

Scholarly work and publications: 

Nucleic-Acid-Based Biosensors for enviromental assessment of toxic chemicals. Winner of “Global 100 Eco- Tech Awards”, in Japan, 2005. World Exposition, with technology.

DNA-Based Biosensors for detection of Genetically- Modified Organisms. Faculty of Chemistry, June 2005: Master's Thesis.

Studies referring to the effect of some cations of heavy metals over apoptosis in the fish hepatocites. June 2003: Thesis. 

What the fellow says:

"This fellowship enabled me to use electrochemical techniques in the research I conducted at the Department of Chemistry, University of Florence, Italy."