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Viñas Teixidor
Clara


Clara Vinas

Contact Data

Phone: + 34 935 801 853
Ext: 242
Fax: + 34 935 805 729
E-mail: [javascript protected email address]
Dep: Molecular and Supramolecular Materials
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Bio

Prof. Clara Viñas graduated in Chemistry at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in 1975 and in Pharmacy at the Universitat de Barcelona in 1980. She worked as a pre-doctoral student at the Prof. Rudolph’s laboratory at The University of Michigan for a year. Back to Barcelona, she worked for industry and later moved to Laboratori Municipal de Sabadell where she became the director to work on food and environmental control. She got her PhD in Pharmacy under the supervision of Prof. F. Teixidor at the Universitat de Barcelona in 1990. She joined the staff of the C.S.I.C. as tenured scientist in 1991. She promoted to research scientist in 2002 and to research professor in 2006. 

Research interest

My research interests are  in the design and synthesis of novel boron compounds, carboranes and metallacarboranes, to be applied in medicine, biosensors, sustainable environment and energy.

 

University Degrees

Graduated in Chemistry at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (U.A.B.).

Graduated in Pharmacy at the Universitat de Barcelona (U.B.).

 

Doctorate, University and Year:

 PhD in Pharmacy under the supervision of Prof. F. Teixidor at the Universitat de Barcelona in 1990.

Specialities

Boron cluster chemistry; Nanochemistry; Gold Nanoparticles, SuperParamagnetic Nanoparticles, Bioinorganic chemistry; Nanomaterials for medicinal use; Sensors; Biosensors; Conducting Organic Polymers; Materials for Energy.

Keywords

Carboranes; metallacarboranes; Boron clusters; SPIONs; Gold NPs; Nuclear Waste; Karasch catalysis; Hydrogenation catalysts; Sensors; Biosensors; Membranes; Radioimaging: BNCT; cancer therapy.

Awards

Medal at the International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC42) in Brest, France on July 6th 2016.

 

Indicators

Number Articles: 324
Number Citations: 8095
Number Theses: 13
Number Patents: 4
Hfactor: 48

Scientific Highlights

A. B. Buades, V. S. Arderiu, D. Olid-Britos, C. Viñas, R. Sillanpää, M. Haukka, X. Fontrodona, M. Paradinas, C. Ocala and F. Teixidor.

"Electron accumulative molecules".

Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2018, 140, 8, 2957-2970. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.7b12815.

M. Couto, M. Fernanda García, C. Alamón, M. Cabrera, P. Cabral, A. Merlino, F. Teixidor, H. Cerecetto* and C. Viñas*.

"Discovery of potent EGFR inhibitors through the incorporation of a 3D-aromatic-boron-rich-cluster into the 4-anilinoquinazoline scaffold: Potential drugs for glioma treatment".

Chemistry-A European Journal, 2018, 24, 3122 – 3126. DOI: 10.1002/chem.201705181.

Hot paper. Issue frontal back cover.

 

M. P. Grzelczak, S. P. Danks, R. Klipp, D. Belic, A. Zaulet, C. Kunstmann-Olsen, D. F. Bradley, T. Tsukuda, C. Viñas, F. Teixidor, J. Abramson and M. Brust.

"Ion transport across biological membranes by carborane-capped gold nanoparticles".

 

ACS Nano 2017, 11, 12492−12499.

 

 

A. Saha, E. Oleshkevich, C. Vinas, F. Teixidor.

Biomimetic Inspired Core-Canopy Quantum Dots: Ions Trapped in Voids Induce Kinetic Fluorescence Switching.

Advanced Materials, 2017, 29, 1704238- 1704245.

 

M. Couto, I. Mastandrea, M. Cabrera, P. Cabral, F. Teixidor, Hugo Cerecetto* and C. Viñas *.

Small-molecule Kinase Inhibitors-loaded Boron Cluster as Hybrid Agents for Glioma Cell-targeting Therapy.

Chemistry-A European Journal, 2017, 23, 9233 – 9238. DOI: 10.1002/chem.201701965.

Destacado por la revista como Hot Paper. Frontispiece article.

Fué escogido para ser destacado en ChemistryViews website

 

http://www.chemistryviews.org/details/ezine/10599447/Dual-Action_Drugs_Hybridized_Boron-Rich_Clusters.html

 

 

T. García-Mendiola, V. Bayon-Pizarro, A. Zaulet, F. Pariente, I. Fuentes, C. Viñas*, F. Teixidor and E. Lorenzo*.

"Metallacarboranes as tunable redox potential electrochemical tools for screening of gene mutation"

 

Chemical Science, 2016, 7, 5786-5797.

 

R. Núñez, M. Romero, F. Teixidor. C. Viñas*.

"Icosahedral Boron Cluster: a perfect tool for the enhancement of polymer features"

Chemical Society Reviews, 2016, 45(19), 5137-5434.

Issue frontal cover.

Según los datos de Essential Science Indicators del Web of Science: desde Septiembre/Octubre de 2017, este artículo muy citado recibió suficientes citas para incluirse en el 1% de los mejores artículos del campo académico de Chemistry en función de un umbral de artículos muy citados para el campo y el año de publicación.

 

Destacado por ChemInform en Noviembre 2016.

 

M. Tarrés, E. Canetta, E. Paul, J. Forbes, K. Azzouni, C. Viñas*, F. Teixidor, A. J. Harwood

“Biological interaction of COSAN-based synthetic vesicles with living cells”.

 

Scientific Reports, 2015, 5: 7804. DOI: 10.1038/srep07804.

 

K. B. Gona, A. Zaulet, V. Gómez-Vallejo, F. Teixidor, J. Llop* and C. Viñas*

“COSAN as a molecular imaging platform: Synthesis and “in vivo” imaging”.

Chemical Communications, 2014, 50 (77), 11415 – 11417. DOI: 10.1039/c4cc05058d.

Archive for the ‘Hot Articles’ Category at the web.       http://blogs.rsc.org/cc/category/hot-article/page/2/

 

Dr. Laura Fisher, Publishing Editor: Soft Matter, Polymer Chemistry and Biomaterials Science of the Royal Society of Chemistry, wrote an article for Chemistry World about the article (http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2014/08/radiolabel-boron-neutron-capture-therapy-iodine).

 

C. Verdiá-Báguena, A. Alcaraz, V. M. Aguilella, A. M. Cioran, S. Tachikawa, H. Nakamura, F. Teixidor and C. Viñas*

“Amphiphilic COSAN and I2-COSAN crossing synthetic lipid membranes: planar bilayers and liposomes”.

Chemical Communications, 2014, 50, 6700-6703.

Portada frontal del issue.

 

Prof. Jeff Green, de la University of Sheffield, destacó este artículo el 10 de Octobre del 2014 en la web de Crossing Biological Membranes Network (CBMNet); http://cbmnetnibb.group.shef.ac.uk/test/

 

A.R. Popescu, F Teixidor, C Viñas*.

“Metal Promoted Charges and Hapticities of Phosphines: The Uniqueness of Carboranylphosphines.”

 

Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 269 (2014) 54–84.

 

 
 
 
 

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