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Natalia Bourguignon

TitleDr
Faculty RankPostdoctoral Associate
InstitutionFlorida International University
DepartmentElectrical & Computer Engineering
Address10555 Flagler Street
Engineering Center
Miami FL 33174
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    National University of Tucuman, Tucumán, ArgentinaBiotechnologist07/2010Biotechnologist
    Pilot Plant for Industrial Processes and, National University of Tucumán, Tucumán, ArgentinaPhD03/2016Microbial bioremediation of PAHs
    National Technological University, Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPostdoctoral11/2018Microfluidic devices for antibodies production
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    2013EuroTANGO II Postgraduate Scholarship (Sandwich Doctorate) , European Commission
    2015Grant for international cooperation Argentina-Spain. CSIC Program (Scientific Research Council for S, CSIC
    2017First prize oral presentation , XII Argentine Congress of General Microbiology

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    As a highly-motivated and application-orientated researcher, Dr. Natalia Bourguignon has proven track record working in interdisciplinary areas. She received a Bachelor in Biotechnology (2010) and her Ph.D. degree (2016) from the National University of Tucumán, Argentina. The objective of her Ph.D. work was the physiological and molecular study of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons bioremediation by actinobacteria. After completion of her Ph.D., she started working in the field of microfluidics with different biological applications at the National Technological University, Argentina. Then, she joined Dr. Shekhar Bhansali’s Bio-MEMS and Microsystems Research Group at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Her major work involved the development of “Lab on a Chip” microfluidic technologies for the production of biotherapeutics, applications in drug screening, and toxicity assessment. She participated in the NSF-awarded I-Corps program (2020) to develop entrepreneurial skills, research feasibility and learn the basics of commercialization, customer, and market of a microbioreactor for the manufacture of affordable biopharmaceuticals. In the RCMI-FIU project, her translational objective is to develop a new microfluidic device that will provide a fast, reproducible, and low-cost approach to improve the treatment of people infected with Trypanosoma cruzi, decreasing health disparities in Chagas disease.

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    1. Ruiz-Perez D, Lugo-Martinez J, Bourguignon N, Mathee K, Lerner B, Bar-Joseph Z, Narasimhan G. Dynamic Bayesian Networks for Integrating Multi-omics Time Series Microbiome Data. mSystems. 2021 03 30; 6(2). PMID: 33785573.
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    2. Bourguignon N, Irazusta V, Isaac P, Estévez C, Maizel D, Ferrero MA. Identification of proteins induced by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and proposal of the phenanthrene catabolic pathway in Amycolatopsis tucumanensis DSM 45259. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2019 Jul 15; 175:19-28. PMID: 30878660.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:CellsPHPublic Health
    3. Georg M, Fernández-Cabada T, Bourguignon N, Karp P, Peñaherrera AB, Helguera G, Lerner B, Pérez MS, Mertelsmann R. Development of image analysis software for quantification of viable cells in microchips. PLoS One. 2018; 13(3):e0193605. PMID: 29494694.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
    4. Bourguignon N, Attallah C, Karp P, Booth R, Peñaherrera A, Payés C, Oggero M, Pérez MS, Helguera G, Lerner B. Production of monoclonal antibodies in microfluidic devices. Integr Biol (Camb). 2018 03 01; 10(3):136-144. PMID: 29488523.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
    5. Bourguignon N, Bargiela R, Rojo D, Chernikova TN, de Rodas SA, García-Cantalejo J, Näther DJ, Golyshin PN, Barbas C, Ferrero M, Ferrer M. Insights into the degradation capacities of Amycolatopsis tucumanensis DSM 45259 guided by microarray data. World J Microbiol Biotechnol. 2016 Dec; 32(12):201. PMID: 27785708.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:CellsPHPublic Health
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