Université Paris 7, CNRS, Paris, France
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Amanda K. A. Silva obtained a Pharmacy degree in 2005 at UFRN, Brazil as well as a PhD on Pharmaceutical Technology in 2008 in the domain of gastro-resistant magnetic microcapsules in the same university. She obtained a second PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology in 2010 at Université d’Evry, France concerning polymer hydrogels for thermo-controlled cell culture in 3D. In 2013, Amanda obtained a tenured CNRS researcher position at Matter and Complex Systems lab in Paris. She works on extracellular vesicle production and engineering for regenerative medicine and anti-tumor therapy, thermoresponsive hydrogels for fistula therapy as well as nanomedicine based on photo-activated therapies. Amanda published 50 papers, she is the inventor of 6 patents and two spin-offs (EverZom and Evora Biosciences) were launched based on the research she participated. Amanda is the coordinator of the ExocyTher project funded by an ERC starting grant.

Université Paris 7, CNRS, Paris, France

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