Cristina Canal Barnils
Jefe de Grupo
Cristina Canal has a Degree in Chemical Sciences since 2001 by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She has a Master's Degree in Research, Development and Control of Medications since 2010 by the Universitat de Barcelona and is a Doctor of Textile Engineering since 2006 by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC).
Between 2001 and 2007 she has carried out various pre and post doctoral research stays in different national and international centers, with particular emphasis on stays at the Laboratoire Plasma et Conversion d'Energie (CNRS), in France.
In 2010, she joined the Biomaterials, Biomechanics and Tissue Engineering group of the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering at the UPC, where she is currently an associate professor.
Since 2016, she has led the Plasmas for BioMedical Applications Laboratory (PlasmaMedLab) that develops the ERC Starting Grant APACHE project on Plasma Gas Therapy combined with biomaterials for bone cancer treatments.
She currently leads the IRSJD research group in Medical Technologies: Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering as part of the Center for Research in Biomedical Engineering (CREB) of the UPC, where they study the development of biomaterials for the regeneration and repair of tissues and organs.
- Tampieri, F, Araguz, AG and Canal Barnils C Can we remove tattoos with non-thermal atmospheric plasma? PLASMA PROCESSES AND POLYMERS . 19(4): .
- Brennan MÁ, Monahan DS, Brulin B, Gallinetti S, Humbert P, Tringides C, Canal Barnils C, Ginebra MP and Layrolle P Biomimetic versus sintered macroporous calcium phosphate scaffolds enhanced bone regeneration and human mesenchymal stromal cell engraftment in calvarial defects. ACTA BIOMATERIALIA . 135: 689-704.
- Raymond Llorens, Yago, Mar Bonany Mariñosa, Lehmann C, Thorel E, Benítez R, Franch J, Español M, Solé-Martí X, Manzanares MC, Canal Barnils C and Ginebra MP Hydrothermal processing of 3D-printed calcium phosphate scaffolds enhances bone formation in vivo: a comparison with biomimetic treatment. ACTA BIOMATERIALIA . 135: 671-688.
Dra. Cristina Canal, Action Chair to coordinate European activity in Therapeutical applications of Cold Plasma
Dr. Cristina Canal (IRSJD) coordinates the "PlasTHER COST Action", a network that aims to promote the development of cold plasma in Europe, to carry out the research carried out to date on patients.