“Parlons demain” With Sandra Vasilijević

Meet Sandra Vasilijević, a graduate of Université Paris Cité and now a post-doctoral researcher. 

Her research focuses specifically on graphene and will lead to major advances in blood count analysis thanks to the material’s bio-detecting properties.

Sandra is Serbian and her dream was to discover what life was like in France. She won a scholarship to come and study here. She opted and chose Université Paris Cité for her Master’s degree. Once she had her qualification, she decided to continue her studies and began a thesis in Nanoscience Physics and Chemistry.

During her research, Sandra worked on graphene and focused on its applications in biodetection. She also developed a printable ink – again in graphene – to develop fully printed, flexible, and easily transportable biosensors for detecting biological molecules, among other things.

These biosensors will detect the presence of biological molecules and enable rapid medical diagnosis.

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