Eva Pinho

Collaborator (PhD)


Qualifications

  • 2014: PhD Program in Biomedical Engineering, Universidade do Minho
  • 2009: Master Program in Environmental Management, Universidade do Minho
  • Since 2018: Antimicrobial evaluation of textile substrates for application on the treatment of wounds
  • 2015 - 2017: Study of the efficiency and durability of functionalized nanoparticles with antimicrobial agents on textile materials
  • 2014 - 2015: Mechanisms of Candida glabrata biofilms tolerance to antifungal agents
  • 2010 - 2014: Development of a New Antimicrobial Material for Wound Dressing
  • 2008 - 2009: Application of the green chemistry principles on textile industry: antimicrobial textiles

Recent Publications

1
Antibacterial activity of textiles for wound treatment
  • AATCC Journal of Research, 2(5), 1-7, 2015
2
Evaluation of antibacterial activity of caffeic acid encapsulated by β-cyclodextrins
  • Journal of Microencapsulation, 32(8), 804-810, 2015
3
Cyclodextrin modulation of gallic acid in vitro antibacterial activity
  • Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, 81(1-2), 205-214, 2015
4
Antibacterial potential of northeastern Portugal wild plant extracts and respective phenolic compounds
  • BioMed Research International, 2014(814590), 1-8, 2014
5
Cyclodextrin/cellulose hydrogel with gallic acid to prevent wound infection
  • Cellulose, 21(6), 4519-4530, 2014
6
Caffeic acid loading wound dressing: physicochemical and biological characterization
  • Therapeutic Delivery, 5(10), 1063-1075, 2014
7
Cyclodextrin-based hydrogels toward improved wound dressings
  • Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, 34(4), 328-337, 2014
8
Cyclodextrins as encapsulation agents for plant bioactive compounds
  • Carbohydrate Polymers, 101(30), 121-135, 2013
9
Antimicrobial activity assessment of textiles: standard methods comparison
  • Annals of Microbiology, 61(3), 493-498, 2011
10
Development of biofunctional textiles by the application of resveratrol to cotton, bamboo and silk
  • Fibers and Polymers, 11(2), 271-276, 2010
11
Candida albicans virulence and drug-resistance requires the O-acyltransferase Gup1p
  • BMC Microbiology, 10(238), 1-14, 2010
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