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Stella Aslanoglou

Post Doc
Smart Healthcare Technologies
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Stella Aslanoglou received her Bachelor's degree in Physics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2014 and her Master's degree in Microelectronics-Optoelectronics from the University of Crete in 2016. In 2017, she moved to Australia to pursue a PhD in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences of Monash University. She worked on the engineering of functional nano–bio interfaces, based on vertically aligned silicon nanostructured arrays, for manipulation and interrogation of cell function, behaviour and fate. After the completion of her PhD, Stella was appointed as a Research Fellow at the Physics Department of the University of Melbourne to work on an ARC Discovery Project that involved the development of optically-driven diamond electrodes for neural stimulation. Since June 2022, she is a post-doctoral researcher at the Center for Biomolecular Nanotechnologies of IIT in Lecce, working on the European Project ''DEEPER'', which aims on the development of photonic tools for imaging and manipulation of the neuronal activity in deep brain regions.

All Publications
Maina J. W., Pringle J. M., Razal J. M., Aslanoglou S., Elnathan R., Voelcker N. H., Dumée L. F.
Hierarchical hollow metal nanostructure arrays for selective CO2 conversion
Materials Advances
Article Journal
Lestrell E., Chen Y., Aslanoglou S., O'Brien C. M., Elnathan R., Voelcker N. H.
Silicon Nanoneedle-Induced Nuclear Deformation: Implications for Human Somatic and Stem Cell Nuclear Mechanics
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, vol. 14, (no. 40), pp. 45124-45136
Article Journal
Aslanoglou S., Chen Y., Murayama T., Gervinskas G., Tian J., Morikawa Y., Suu K., Elnathan R., Voelcker N. H.
Silicon Nanotube Arrays: A novel intracellular delivery platform
Porous Semiconductors - Science and Technology 2022
Conference Paper Conference
Yoh H.Z., Aslanoglou S., Lestrell E., Shokouhi A.-R., Belcher S., Thissen H., Voelcker N.H., Elnathan R.
Cellular nanotechnologies: Orchestrating cellular processes by engineering silicon nanowires architectures
Semiconducting Silicon Nanowires for Biomedical Applications, pp. 231-278, Publisher: Elsevier
Book Chapter Book
Yoh H. Z., Chen Y., Aslanoglou S., Wong S., Trifunovic Z., Crawford S., Lestrell E., Priest C., Alba M., Thissen H., Voelcker N. H., Elnathan R.
Polymeric Nanoneedle Arrays Mediate Stiffness‐Independent Intracellular Delivery
Advanced Functional Materials
Article Journal