Biomaterials, Biodegradables and Biomimetics Research Group

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Name
David Caballero
Position
Assistant Researcher
Nationality
SPAIN
Orcid
0000-0001-7930-2535
Ciencia ID
BC1F-7267-D506
Scopus ID
24467430000
Experience

Assistant Researcher

Research Area

Cancer models; Biophysics; Lab/Organ-on-chip; Cell Migration; Metastasis; Biomechanics; Nanotechnology; Bioengineering; Microfabrication; 3D scaffolds; Modelling biological phenomena; Biosensors; Functionalization; Diagnostics; Drug Screening.

Background

I am a physicist with a PhD and MSc in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, and with broad postdoctoral expertise in biophysics. I am interested in understanding the mechanistic determinants of tumor growth and progression, and in particular, unravelling how cell-cell/ECM interactions control cancer cell motility and invasion. With this aim, I am using microfabrication and cell biology tools to develop advanced (multi-) organ-on-chip models of cancer metastasis. My final goal is the development of predictive tumor-on-chip models for personalised treatments in cancer patients.

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  • Name
    David Caballero
    Position
    Assistant Researcher
    Nationality
    SPAIN
    Orcid
    0000-0001-7930-2535
    Scopus ID
    24467430000
    Research ID
    I-4571-2015
Experience
  • Assistant Researcher

Research Area
  • Cancer models; Biophysics; Lab/Organ-on-chip; Cell Migration; Metastasis; Biomechanics; Nanotechnology; Bioengineering; Microfabrication; 3D scaffolds; Modelling biological phenomena; Biosensors; Functionalization; Diagnostics; Drug Screening.

Background
  • I am a physicist with a PhD and MSc in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, and with broad postdoctoral expertise in biophysics. I am interested in understanding the mechanistic determinants of tumor growth and progression, and in particular, unravelling how cell-cell/ECM interactions control cancer cell motility and invasion. With this aim, I am using microfabrication and cell biology tools to develop advanced (multi-) organ-on-chip models of cancer metastasis. My final goal is the development of predictive tumor-on-chip models for personalised treatments in cancer patients.

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