People Dr Sonia Trigueros
Academic Fellow, Physics, University of Oxford, and Oxford Martin Senior Fellow, Oxford Martin School
Academic Fellow, Physics
“Nanotechnology is a new exciting field that has the potential to transform the way that medical and healthcare solutions are being developed.” Dr Sonia Trigueros
Dr Trigueros was Co-director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Nanotechnology. She remains connected with the School through her role as an Oxford Martin Senior Fellow.
Sonia Trigueros’ research focuses on the design of a novel nanodrug delivery system to target dividing cells, specifically cancer cells. She is also developing new Nanomedicines to tackle bacterial antibiotic resistance problem. She has a PhD in molecular biology from IBMB-CSIC and Universidad de Barcelona. After her postdoctoral research fellowships at Harvard and Oxford Universities, Trigueros was a research visitor to several academic institutions including NIH-Washington and Havana University. She is currently Academic Fellow at the Physics Department.
Oxford Martin School
Academic Fellow, Physics, University of Oxford, and Oxford Martin Senior Fellow
- Feb 2016
- Nanotechnology: the big picture with Dr Eric Drexler and Dr Sonia Trigueros
- Apr 2015
- Nanotube-packed pills could target cancer directly - Dr Sonia Trigueros
- Sep 2014
- Is a vaccine for cancer possible?
- Mar 2013
- Nanomedicine – time to bridge the gap from experimental science to product regulation
- Aug 2012
- Can nanotechnology help cure cancer?
- Nov 2011
- Breakthroughs in Nanomedicine
- Sep 2011
- Nanomedicine: Challenges and opportunities
- Jun 2011
- What can nanotechnology do for medicine?