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Gaspar, Marisa da Costa
Gaspar, M. C.
Gaspar, Marisa C.
Gaspar, Marisa C.
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Marisa Gaspar is 32 years old, completed her integrated master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, in 2011 (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Coimbra) and her Ph.D. (Grant SFRH/BD/80307/2011 - FCT) in 2016, in the Pharmaceutical Technology specialty, at the same Faculty. The Ph.D. project was based on the development of antibiotic-loaded polymeric microspheres for pulmonary administration in Cystic Fibrosis infection. The work focused on the double-emulsion solvent evaporation and the spray drying methods for particles preparation, as well as distinct characterization methods and cytotoxicity, antibacterial and in vivo studies. In February 2017, she got a post-doctoral researcher position at the Chemical Process Engineering and Forest Products Research Centre (CIEPQPF), in the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal. Research activities were included in the biorefinery approach, by using agro-forestry residues to obtain value-added products for insects control, but also for pharmaceutical applications. Some of the involved processes included supercritical fluid extraction and solid-phase microextraction. The development of microparticles for the controlled release of bioactive (volatile) compounds was also comprised. Currently, she is a researcher at the same centre and department and she is carrying out research activities in the same field.
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|1||2019||Assessment of agroforestry residues: their potential within the biorefinery context||Gaspar, M. C. ; Mendes, C. V. T.; Pinela, S. R.; Moreira, R.; Carvalho, M. G. V. S.; Quina, M .J.; Braga, Mara Elga Medeiros ; Portugal, A. T.||article||openAccess|
|2||23-Mar-2021||Biodegradable film production from agroforestry and fishery residues with active compounds||Gaspar, Marisa C. ; Leocádio, João ; Mendes, Cátia V. T. ; Cardeira, Martim; Fernández, Naiara; Matias, Ana; Carvalho, Maria G. V. S. ; Braga, Mara E. M.||article||embargoedAccess|
|3||2019||Development of levofloxacin-loaded PLGA microspheres of suitable properties for sustained pulmonary release||Gaspar, Marisa C. ; Pais, Alberto A. C. C. ; Sousa, João J. S. ; Brillaut, Julien; Olivier, Jean-Christophe||article||embargoedAccess|
|4||2020||Environmentally-safe scCO2 P. pinaster branches extracts: Composition and properties||Gaspar, Marisa C. ; Sousa, Hermínio C. de ; Seabra, Inês J. ; Braga, Mara E. M.||article||embargoedAccess|
|5||2020||Impact of the pinewood nematode on naturally-emitted volatiles and scCO2 extracts from Pinus pinaster branches: a comparison with P. pinea||Gaspar, M. C. ; Agostinho, B.; Fonseca, L.; Abrantes, I. ; Sousa, H. C. de ; Braga, M. E. M.||article||embargoedAccess|
|6||2013||New Treatment Approaches of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infection in Cystic Fibrosis Lung Disease||Gaspar, Marisa da Costa ; Pais, Alberto António Caria Canelas ; Sousa, João José Simões de||article||openAccess|
|7||2015||Optimization of levofloxacin-loaded crosslinked chitosan microspheres for inhaled aerosol therapy||Gaspar, M. C. ; Sousa, João José Martins Simões ; Pais, Alberto António Caria Canelas ; Cardoso, O. M. ; Murtinho, Dina Maria Bairrada ; Serra, M.E.S.; Tewes, F.; Olivier, J.-C.||article||openAccess|
|8||2013||Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection in cystic fibrosis lung disease and new perspectives of treatment: A review||Gaspar, M. C. ; Couet, W.; Olivier, J.-C.; Pais, A. A. C. C. ; Sousa, J. J. S.||article||openAccess|
|9||2016||Pulmonary pharmacokinetics of levofloxacin in rats after aerosolization of immediate-release chitosan or sustained-release PLGA microspheres||Gaspar, M. C. ; Grégoire, N.; Sousa, João J. S. ; Pais, Alberto A. C. C. ; Lamarche, I.; Gobin, P.; Olivier, J.-C.; Marchand, S.; Couet, W.||article||openAccess|
|10||27-Jul-2016||Pulmonary targeting and biopharmaceutical evaluation of levofloxacin administered as innovative microsphere aerosols||Gaspar, Marisa da Costa||doctoralThesis||openAccess|