PERSONAL DETAILS

Work address: Department of Chemistry, Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva 84105, Israel. Telephone: +972-8-6428665.

Home address: 14 Gilboa St. Reut 71799. Telephone: +972-52-6839384

EDUCATION

  • B.Sc. (summa cum laude) 1985-1988, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel, Department of Chemistry.

  • Ph.D. 1988-1993, University of California, Berkeley, California, USA. Department of Chemistry.
    Adviser: Professor Alexander Pines.
    Title of thesis: Double Rotation NMR Studies of Zeolites and Aluminophosphate Molecular Sieves.

      Courses Taught

  • Elementary and Analytical Chemistry, B.Sc. level - Ben-Gurion University

  • Analytical Chemistry – B.Sc. level, Ben-Gurion University

  • General Chemistry – B.Sc. level, Ben-Gurion University

  • Biomolecular Analysis by Computers – M.Sc. level, Ben-Gurion University

  • Selected Topics in Biophysical Chemistry – M.Sc. level, Ben-Gurion University

  • Biomimetic and Bio-inspired Chemistry – M.Sc. level, Ben Gurion University

  • Bionanotechnology – M.Sc. level, Ben Gurion University

      Recent Teaching Ranking (student grading, 1 to 5 scale, 5 is maximum score)

  • 2014 Analytical Chemistry. Overall grade: 4.7 out of 5 (Faculty of Natural Sciences average: 3.7)

  • 2014 General Chemistry. Overall grade: 4.8 out of 5 (Faculty of Natural Sciences average: 3.7)

  • 2010 Analytical and Elementary Chemistry. Overall grade: 4.7 out of 5 (Faculty of Natural Sciences average: 3.6)

      Research Students

  • Yossi Peretz, current M.Sc. student. Ben Gurion University

  • Orit Malka, current M.Sc. student. Ben Gurion University

  • Ravit Malishev, current Ph.D. student. Ben Gurion University

  • Ahiud Morag, current Ph.D. student. Ben Gurion University

  • Xiuxiu Yin, current Ph.D. student. Ben Gurion University

  • Gil Choona, current M.Sc. student. Ben Gurion University

  • Margarita Ritenberg, current Ph.D. student. Ben Gurion University

  • Shachar Avraham, M.Sc. 2015. Ben-Gurion University

  • Alexander Trachtenberg, M.Sc. 2015. Ben-Gurion University

  • Ella Mann, M.Sc. 2015. Ben-Gurion University

  • Noga Gal, M.Sc. 2014. Ben-Gurion University

  • Liron Philosof, Ph.D. 2013, Ben-Gurion University

  • Liron Silbert, Ph.D. 2013, Ben-Gurion University

  • Shani Eliyahu, Ph.D. 2011, Ben-Gurion University

  • Natalie Groisman, Ph.D. 2009. Ben-Gurion University

  • Tania Sheynis, Ph.D. 2009. Ben-Gurion University

  • Roman Volinsky, PhD 2007. Ben-Gurion University

  • Marina Katz, PhD 2007. Ben-Gurion University

  • Ahiud Morag, M.Sc. 2013, Ben-Gurion University

  • Yelena Demirovsky, M.Sc. 2013, Ben-Gurion University

  • Anat Friediger, M.Sc. 2013, Ben-Gurion University

  • Alina Mogilevski, M.Sc. 2011. Ben-Gurion University

  • Ehud Bazar, M.Sc. 2011. Ben-Gurion University

  • Amit Shtainfeld, M.Sc. 2010. Ben-Gurion University

  • Or Raifman, M.Sc. 2010. Ben-Gurion University

  • Nirit Hanin, M.Sc. 2009. Ben-Gurion University

  • Noa Markovich, M.Sc. 2008. Ben-Gurion University

  • Sarit Fridman, M.Sc. 2008. Ben-Gurion University

  • Izek Ben Shlush, M.Sc. 2008. Ben-Gurion University

  • Miri Sokolovsky, M.Sc. 2008. Ben-Gurion University

  • Alex Pevzner, M.Sc. 2008. Ben-Gurion University

  • Dror Meir, M.Sc. 2007. Ben-Gurion University

  • Elena Shtelman, M.Sc. 2005. Ben-Gurion University

  • Revital Halevi, M.Sc. 2004. Ben-Gurion University

  • Shoshana Rozner, M.Sc. 2003. Ben-Gurion University

  • Danilo Malferrari, visiting research student. 2011

  • Magalie Lebreton, visiting research student. 2003 – 2004

  • Julia Gevin, visiting research student. 2003 – 2004

  • Damien Evrard, visiting research student. 1999 – 2001

  • Laurent Boyer, visiting research student. 1997 – 1999

      Post-doctoral Fellows

  • Dr. Nagappa Teradal (Ph.D. Karnatak University, Dharwad, India ) 2016 – current.

  • Dr. Sagarika Bhattacharya (Ph.D. ) 2015 – current.

  • Dr. Susanta Kumar Bhunia (Ph.D. Jadavpur University, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India ) 2015 – current.

  • Dr. Sukhendu Nandi (Ph.D. University of Wuppertal, Germany) 2013 – 2016. Current position: postdoc Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

  • Dr. Hao Jiang (Ph.D.) 2013 – 2015. Current position: postdoc University of Duisburg, Germany

  • Dr. Vinod Pattaj (Ph.D. Kongju National University, Korea) 2012 – 2015. Current position: postdoc University Kansas

  • Dr. Tania Sheynis (Ph.D. Ben-Gurion University) 2009 – 2011. Current position: Marie-Curie post-doctoral fellow, University of Leeds, UK.

  • Dr. Marina Katz (Ph.D. Ben-Gurion University) 2007 – 2010. Current position: Research Scientist, Teva Ltd.

  • Dr. Myint Myint Khine (Ph.D. Halle University, Germany) 2007 – 2009. Current position: Assistant Professor, Yangon University, Myanmar

  • Dr. Roman Volinsky (Ph.D. Ben-Gurion University) 2007 – 2009. Current position: Research Associate, Aalto University, Finland.

  • Dr. Zuly Orynbayeva (Ph.D. Almaty University) 2002 – 2007. Current position: Research Professor, Drexel University.

  • Dr. Yogesh Scindia (Ph.D. IIT Bombay) 2004 – 2006. Current position: Research Associate, University of Virginia

  • Dr. Fabien Gaboriaud (Ph.D. Rennes University, France) 2000 – 2002. Current position: Research Director, Michelin Srl., Nancy, France.

  • Dr. Ramesh Jaganathan (Ph.D. IISc Bangalore) 1998 – 2000

  • Dr. Nagarajao Suryaprakash (Ph.D. IISc, Bangalore) 1997 – 1999. Current position: Professor, IISc, Banglaore.

  • Dr. Sofiya Kolusheva (Ph.D. Tashkent University) 1997 – 2002. Current position: Staff Scientist, Ilse Katz Institute of Nanotechnology, BGU.

       Honors, Citation Awards

  • 1986: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel – Dean's List

  • 1987: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel – Dean's List

  • 1988: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel – Dean's List

  • 1988: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel – Rector's Prize

  • 1988: Israel's Knesset, Student Speaker, National Award Ceremony for Distinguished Students

  • 1998: Siegel-Roger-Brown Prize, the Israel Academy of Science and Humanities

  • 2003: Participant, the 1st Middle East Frontiers of Science and Engineering Conferences, Istanbul (among 25 selected leading scientists and engineers from Israel

  • 2008 – 2010: Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service, Senior Fellowship Award, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA

  • 2009: Toronto Prize for Research Excellence, Ben-Gurion University

  • 2011: Distinguished Lecturer Award, Ben-Gurion University

       Fellowships

  • 1994 – 1997: Cancer Research Institute Post-Doctoral Fellowship

  • 1997: Visiting Scientist Fellowship. The British Royal Society and Israel Academy of Sciences

  • 1999: JSPS Fellowship, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

  • 1999 – 2000: MOSA-CNR Italy-Israel Travel Grant

  • 2000: TMR European Union Travel Grant, Center for Design and Structure in Biology, IMB Jena, Germany

  • 2003 – 2004: Keshet/Arc-de-Ciele France-Israel Scientist Exchange Program

  • 2008: NATO-Science-for-Peace Exchange Fellowship

       Prizes Awarded to Research Students in the Jelinek Laboratory

  • Dr. Sukhendu Nandi, 2013-2014, Kreitman Post-doctoral Fellowship, Ben Gurion University

  • Margarita Ritenberg, 2012-2015, “Negev” PhD Fellowship, Ben Gurion University

  • Margarita Ritenberg, 2012, Efrima Excellence Prize, IKI, Ben Gurion University

  • Noga Gal, 2012, Shariv Prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Ahiud Morag, 2012, Shariv Prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Ahiud Morag, 2011, Efrima Excellence Prize, IKI, Ben Gurion University

  • Liron Mazor-Philosof, 2010, Intel Prize, Intel Israel

  • Ehud Bazar, 2010, Zingerman Prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Liron Silbert, 2009, Shariv Prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Liron Philosof, 2008-2012, Negev Fellowship, Ben-Gurion University

  • Izek Ben Shlush, 2008, Dean Prize, Faculty of Natural Sciences, BGU

  • Marina Katz, 2007, Shariv Prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Tania Sheynis, 2007, Orchin prize, awarded at 72nd ICS meeting, Tel-Aviv, Israel

  • Tania Sheynis, 2006, Shariv Prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Roman Volinsky, 2006, Orchin Prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Tania Sheynis, 2005, Amnon Zingerman prize, Chemistry Department, BGU

  • Tania Sheynis, 2004, Dean Prize for MSc Degree, Faculty of Natural Sciences, BGU

  • Roman Volinsky, 2004, Intel Prize, Intel Israel Ltd

  • Roman Volinsky, 2003, TevaTech Prize, Teva Ltd

 
 

RESEARCH GRANTS

 

  • 2021-2022: MoST Italy-Israel Cooperation Grant,
    Co-PI: Raz Jelinek, Paola Galetti "Biobased and Biodegradable Carbon Dot-Polymeric Nanofibrous Membranes for Solar-Assisted Water Remediation and Oil Spill Cleanup"

  • 2020-2021: Bergida Fund,
    PI: Raz Jelinek "Aromatic carbon dots - a new therapeutic vehicle for Parkinson’s disease"

  • 2020-2024: Israel Science Foundation Personal Grant,
    PI: Raz Jelinek "Carbon dots as new antibacterial and antiviral agents"

  • 2019-2021: “Kamin” Program,
    PI: Raz Jelinek "Supercapacitors for work in high frequencies"

  • 2019-2021: Ministry of Energy Grant,
    Co-PI: Raz Jelinek + Zeev Zalevsky "Wirelessly-charged micro-supercapacitors for reduced energy loss in microelectronics"

  • 2018-2019: BG3C, Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Ben Gurion University,
    Co-PI: Raz Jelinek + David Morales, Zafar Farhan "Non-invasive Continuous Heart Monitor (NICHe Monitor)"

  • 2018-2021: Horizon 2020 Secured Society Grant,
    Co-PI: Raz Jelinek + 8 participants "COSMIC; "CBRNE Detection in Containers""

  • 2017-2018: MoD Grant,
    PI: Raz Jelinek "Novel gas sensor for volatile materials"

  • 2017-2020: Horizon 2020 Grant,
    Co-PI: Raz Jelinek + 7 participants "Capturing non-Amplified Tumor Circulating DNA with Ultrasound Hydrodynamics"

  • 2017-2021: Pazy Foundation Grant,
    Co-PIs: Raz Jelinek, Ofra Paz-Tal "Molecular design and self-assembly of polydiacetylene (PDA)-ligand arrays: A potential tool for radionuclide sensing"

  • 2017-2020: National Grant for Applied and Engineering Research, Ministry of Science and Technology,
    Co-PIs: Raz Jelinek, Dani Mandler, Sharon Marx "New platform for monitoring and speciation of nanoparticles"

  • 2017-2018: China-Israel Cooperative Scientific Research Grant, Ministry of Science and Technology,
    Chief Scientist: R. Jelinek "Carbon quantum dots coupled to metal nanoparticles: properties and applications"

  • 2017-2018: Marcus Foundation,
    Co-PI: Raz Jelinek, Shai Arnon "Carbon quantum dot "light tracers" for monitoring light exposure in aquatic systems"

  • 2016-2018: "Kamin” Program, Ministry of Trade,
    Chief Scientist: R. Jelinek "Supercapacitors based upon gold/graphene electrodes"

  • 2016-2019: "Applied Science and Engineering” Grant Program, Ministry of Science and Technology,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, Zeev Zalevsky "Active solar concentrators through a novel piezoelectric nanoparticle/sol-gel design"

  • 2016-2017: The Louis and Bessie Stein Fellowship,
    co-PIs: Raz Jelinek, J.L. Poggio “Biophysical patterns and clinical aspects of colon tumor mitochondrial membranes”

  • 2015-2016: “Nofar” Program, Ministry of Trade and Industry,
    PI: R. Jelinek “Monitoring pollutants in drinking water”

  • 2015: Israel Science Foundation Equipment Grant,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, A. Bernheim, S. Cohen “Scanning confocal microscope”

  • 2014-2018: Israel Science Foundation Individual Grant,
    PI: R. Jelinek “Au thiocyanate – a new building block for gold nanotechnology”

  • 2013-2016: US-Israel Binational Agriculture Research and Development Fund (BARD) grant,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, P. Dawson, T. Hanks, W. Pennington, J. Northcutt “Bacterial sensors for food processing environments”

  • 2013-2014: M.F.S. Fund, Ben Gurion University,
    PI: R. Jelinek “Single step assembly of ultrathin transparent conductive metal films”

  • 2013-2014: Israel-Czech Republic Science Cooperation grant,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, M. Hof “Membrane interactions of proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease; implications for diseases’ pathologies and therapeutic avenues”

  • 2012: ISF Institutional Equipment Grant, R. Jelinek, Y. Golan, J. Kost “Fast scanning microscope”

  • 2012 - 2013: “Nevet” BGU-Technion Cooperation Grant,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, A. Porgador, M. Aviram “Chromaric nanoparticle-based cardiovascular diagnostic technology”

  • 2012-2013: Kamin grant, Ministry of Trade and Industry,
    R. Jelinek “Novel bottom-up nanolithography technology for production of transparent conductive electrodes employed in electronic and photonic devices”

  • 2011-2015: US-Israel BSF,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, J. Hanes “Mucus transport and membrane interactions of gene carriers”

  • 2011-2015: MoST Infrastructure Grant,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, S. Richter, Z. Zalevsky “Electronic and nanophotonic devices based upon new molecular and soft lithography methods”

  • 2010: Britain-Israel Research and Academic Partnership (BIRAX) grant,
    co-PIs: R. Jelinek, S. Radford “Membrane interactions of amyloid fibrils and pre-fibril oligomers – a fundamental toxicity factor?”

  • 2009-2010: “Nevet” BGU-IIT Cooperation Grant, co-PIs: R. Jelinek, D. Seliktar
    “Biomimetic hydrogels labeled with chromatic polymer nanoparticles for studying cell motility”

  • 2009-2010: MoST Israel-Ukraine Research Grant, co-PIs: R. Jelinek, M. Aviram, O. Kuzmenko
    “Biomimetic chromatic platforms for analysis of membrane-associated oxidative stress processes and disease diagnosis”

  • 2008-2009: BGU Internal Interdisciplinary Research Grant Award, co-PIs: R. Jelinek, A. Porgador, I. Sikular, Y. Shemer
    “Development of Biomimetic Membrane-Based Diagnostic Assay for HCV Prognosis and Treatment Efficacy”

  • 2007-2011: German-Israel Project Cooperation (DIP), co-PIs: R. Jelinek, G. Lederkremer, E. Gazit, N. Ben-Tal, U. Hartl, J. Tatzelt, J. Hohfeld
    “Integrated in vivo, in vitro and in silico studies of protein misfolding diseases”

  • 2006: Wolfson Academic Infrastructure Grant, R. Jelinek (PI) “Live-cell confocal imaging microscope”

  • 2006-2009: Israel Science Foundation grant, R. Jelinek (PI) “Chromatic lipid/polymer films for studying membrane processes”

  • 2006–2010: R. Jelinek, Member, BIOCONTROL, Marie Curie Research Training Network (RTN),
    funded under the EU 6th program (FP6-2005-Mobility-1). “Bio-interfaces: From Molecular Understanding to Application”

  • 2005: Israel Science Foundation Equipment grant – co-PIs: R. Jelinek, Y. Amitay, A. Rudich. "Live cell imaging microscope"

  • 2004–2007: Human Frontiers Science Program – co-PIs: R. Jelinek, E. Gizeli (IMBB Crete, Greece), A. Ouellette (University of California,
    Irvine), J. Kondoh (Shizuoka University, Japan). "Mechanisms of antimicrobial peptide interactions with the target cell membrane"

  • 2005-2007: German-Israel R&D Cooperation BIO-DISC PROGRAM (BMBF- MOST Cooperation in Biotechnology): Co-PIs:
    G. Lederkramer (TAU), R. Jelinek, N. Ben-Tal (TAU), E. Gazit (TAU),
    U. Hartl (Max Planck Ins), J. Hoehfeld (U. Bonn). "Defeating protein misfolding diseases"

  • 2002-2006: “Pharmalogica” MAGNET industry-academy consortium – R. Jelinek (PI)
    “A New Colorimetric Sensor for Screening of Molecular Penetration Through Lipid Barriers:
    Blood-Brain Barrier, Gastrointestinal Mucosa, and Stratum Corneum”

  • 2002-2006: US-Israel Binational Science Foundation [BSF] Grant – R. Jelinek (co-PI),
    A.J. Ouellette, University of California, Irvine (co-PI) - “Novel biomimetic approaches to investigate defensin microbicidal mechanisms”

  • 2003: DPharm Inc. – R. Jelinek (PI) "Determination of membrane binding and penetration of BAPTA analogs"

  • 2003: Faculty of Natural Sciences, Ben-Gurion University – co-PIs: R. Jelinek, B. Horovitz, A. Berman, M. Feingold
    “Conducting polymers as bio-sensors”

  • 2003-2005: Institute for Security Research, Technion - R. Jelinek (PI)
    "A biosensor system for identification of biological and chemical warfare substances”

  • 2001-2004: Israel Science Foundation Grant – R. Jelinek (PI)
    “Novel bio-mimetic colorimetric sensors for studying biomolecular recognition at membranes”

  • 2000-2001: Harry Stern Foundation for Applied Research – R. Jelinek (PI) “Color kits for rapid bio-medical and environmental diagnostics”

  • 1999: The Institute of Applied Biosciences, Ben-Gurion University – R. Jelinek (co-PI), J.P. Lelouche (co-PI), J. Eichler (co-PI)
    “Diacetylenic and archaeal lipids as dual components of novel polymerized biosensor vesicles”

  • 1999-2006: Minerva Center. Co-PI: R. Jelinek, M. Gottlieb, A. Berman, R. Yerushalmi, O. Regev
    “Mesoscale engineering of biological and synthetic polymeric materials”

  • 1998-2001: US-Israel Binational Science Foundation [BSF] Grant. R. Jelinek (Co-PI), D. Charych (Co-PI)
    “Structural studies of molecular recognition and interfacial catalysis using polymerized biosensor vesicles”

  • 1998-1999: Israel Anti Drug Authority. R. Jelinek (Co-PI), Z. Goren (Co-PI)
    “Development of advanced analytical NMR techniques for identification and characterization of illicit drugs”

  • 1998: Institute for Applied Science, Ben-Gurion University. R. Jelinek (Co-PI), A. Berman (Co-PI)
    “Study of membrane signaling and nucleotide recognition by colorimetric sensors”

  • 1998: Israel Academy of Science, Siegel-Roger-Brown Research Prize.

  • 1997-2000: Israel Science Foundation Grant. R. Jelinek (PI) “NMR studies of combinatorial peptide libraries”

  • 1997: Israel Science Foundation Equipment Grant – R. Jelinek (Co-PI), R. Glaser (Co-PI), S. Cohen (Co-PI) High Resolution MAS NMR Probe

 

 EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  • 2015: Visiting Professor, New York University-Shanghai

  • 2010 – present: Full Professor, Ben-Gurion University, Department of Chemistry

  • 2008 – 2010: Visiting Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

  • 2005 – 2007: Chairman, Department of Chemistry, Ben-Gurion University

  • 2004 – 2010: Associate Professor, Ben-Gurion University, Department of Chemistry

  • 2001 – 2004: Senior Lecturer, Ben-Gurion University, Department of Chemistry

  • 1996 – 2001: Lecturer, Ben-Gurion University, Department of Chemistry

  • 1997: Visiting Scientist, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Chemistry

  • 1993 – 1996: Cancer Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Chemistry

  • 1988 – 1993: Research Assistant, University of California Berkeley, Department of Chemistry

 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

       Positions in Academic Administration

  • 2013 – present: Head, PhD Committee, Nantechnology PhD track, Ilse Katz Institute for Nanotechnology

  • 2012 – present: Head, Students Appeal Tribunal, Ben Gurion University

  • 2012: Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, 77th ICS Meeting, Tel-Aviv

  • 2011 - 2012: Member, Promotion Committee, Faculty of Natural Sciences

  • 2010 – present: Member, University Senate

  • 2008 – 2010: Member, Steering Committee, Ilse Katz Institute of Nanotechnology, Ben-Gurion University

  • 2007: Member, President’s Committee for development of an Academic Leadership Program

  • 2005 – 2007: Member, University Senate

  • 2005 - 2006: Director, BGU/Teva Ltd. analytical chemists training program

  • 2006: Chairman, 71th Meeting of the Israel Chemical Society

  • 2004 – 2006: Council Member, VLSI Center, Ben-Gurion University

  • 2003: Fund-raising Coordinator, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Ben Gurion University

  • 2002 – present: Academic Director, Biophysics Laboratory, Ilse Katz Institute of Nanotechnology

  • 2002 – present: Coordinator, Biophysical Chemistry Track, Department of Chemistry, Ben-Gurion University

  • 2002 – 2005: Coordinator, Construction of Nanotechnology Building. Ilse Katz Institute of Nanotechnology, Ben-Gurion University

  • 2000: Founding Member, Ilse Katz Center for Nano- and Mesoscience and Technology (renamed the Ilse Katz Institute of Nanotechnology), Ben-Gurion University

  • 1999 – present: Head, Admission Committee, Chemistry Department, Ben-Gurion University

  • 1999 – present: Organizer, Chemistry Department Open Day

  • 1999: Founding Member, Staedler Minerva Center for Mesoscopic Macromolecular Engineering, Ben-Gurion University

  • 1999: Member, Organizing Committee, Israel Chemical Society Annual Meeting

       Professional Functions Outside of the University

  • 2013: Symposium Organizer “Multifunctional polymer-based materials”, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco

  • 2012: Member, Scientific Committee, Bioinspired and Biobased Chemistry & Materials Conference, Nice, France

  • 2006 – 2008: Israel Chemical Society Representative, Working Party on Chemistry in Microsystems, EuChemMS

  • 2006 – 2008: Member of the Executive Committee, Israel Chemical Society

  • 2002: Guest Lecturer, General Chemistry, Beersheva Academic College for Engineering

       Professional Consulting

  • 2012 – present: Scientific Advisory Board, Cirle Inc., Miami, FL

  • 2010: Ateris Technologies LLC, Bozeman, MT

  • 2009 - 2010: Procter & Gamble Home Products Ltd., Bangalore, India

  • 2006 – 2009: Biosome Inc., Wilmington, DE

  • 2003: D-Pharm Ltd., Rehovot, Israel

       Membership in Editorial Boards of Scientific Journals

  • 2011 – present: Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220)

  • 2011 – present: Nanotechnology Reviews

  • 2010 – present: Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374)

      Reviewer

  • 2012 – present: Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR)

  • 2010 - 2011: Excellence Initiative (2010), Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), German Research Foundation – Member of Review Committee (Chemistry)