Simone Morais has a Ph.D. (1998) in Chemical Engineering from the faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto. She is Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the School of Engineering of the Polytechnic of Porto (Portugal) and permanent researcher at REQUIMTE–LAQV (http://www.requimte.pt/laqv/). Her research fields cross sensors and biosensors; environmental sciences; air pollution; human biomonitoring; green technologies; valorization of byproducts; and analytical chemistry. S. Morais co-authored about 160 ISI papers (h=32) and about 30 book chapters, having supervised several PhD and post-doctoral fellows, and having participated and coordinated several projects.
Current overview and perspectives on carbon-based (bio)sensors for carbamate pesticides electroanalysis
Biosensor for direct bioelectrocatalysis detection of nitric oxide using nitric oxide reductase incorporated in carboxylated single-walled carbon nanotubes/lipidic 3 bilayer nanocomposite
Third-generation electrochemical biosensor based on nitric oxide reductase immobilized in a multiwalled carbon nanotubes/1-n-butyl-3-methylimidazolium tetrafluoroborate nanocomposite for nitric oxide detection
Children environmental exposure to particulate matter and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and biomonitoring in school environments: A review on indoor and outdoor exposure levels, major sources and health impacts