Joana Rafaela Guerreiro
Food Quality and Safety
Joana Guerreiro is a research fellow at Nano4Food, Life Science Department at INL. Currently, she integrates a project which aims the amplification and detection of environmental DNA (eDNA) of invasive species. Specifically, her goal is to develop and design an optical biosensor for eDNA detection from water samples. Portability and point of care detection is also an important project task therefore microfluidics could also play an important role in the overall device.
Her research interests covers the continuous development of (nano)optical biosensors devices and further application of these devices in environment, health and food chemistry.
- J. Rafaela L. Guerreiro, Vladimir E. Bochenkov, et al.,
Molecular Imprinting of Complex Matrices at Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensors for Screening of Global Interactions of Polyphenols and Proteins
- JRL Guerreiro, MGF Sales
Disposable solid state probe for optical screening of chlorpromazine
Microchimica Acta, 175, 323-331 (2011)
- J.R.L. Guerreiro, V. Freitas and M.G.F. Sales
New sensing materials of molecularly-imprinted polymers for the recognition of Chlortetracycline
Microchemical Journal, 97, 173-181 (2011)
- J. Rafaela L. Guerreiro, Ayman H. Kamel, M. Goreti F. Sales
FIA potentiometric system based on periodate polymeric membrane sensors for the assessment of ascorbic acid in commercial drinks
Food Chemistry 120, 934–939 (2010)