Catarina P. Reis

PhD (2008) in Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Technology), Universidade de Coimbra

Assistant Professor, Galenic Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculdade de Farmácia, Universidade de Lisboa

Faculdade de Farmácia, Universidade de Lisboa — Av. Prof. Gama Pinto, 1649-003 Lisboa, Portugal

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Researcher ID M-8132-2013
Group Researcher ID B-5393-2014
Scopus Author ID 14027161300

Research Interests

Catarina Reis is a team member of the Nano2B. Her research involves a multidisciplinary platform; it has been focused on design, development and biological evaluation of drug delivery systems for oral, dermal and transdermal delivery, with special interest on metallic and polymeric nanocarriers. Other interests are the establishment of animal models of cancer and metabolic diseases like diabetes and, recently, the development of nanocarriers with natural products for the treatment of skin disorders such as melanoma or for skin care like cosmetics.

Selected Publications

ernardes, CES, Garcia, C, Pereira, F, Mota, J, Pereira, P, Cebola, MJ, Reis, CP, Correia, I, Piedade, MFM, Minas da Piedade, ME, Rijo, P. Extraction optimization and structural and thermal characterization of the antimicrobial abietane 7α-acetoxy-6β-hydroxyroyleanone. Mol Pharmaceut 2018; 15: 1412-1419.

Silva CO, Rijo P, Molpeceres J, Figueiredo IV, Ascensao L, Fernandes AS, Roberto A, Reis, CP. Polymeric nanoparticles modified with fatty acids encapsulating betamethasone for anti-inflammatory treatment. Int J Pharm 2015; 493: 271-284.

Reis CP, Ribeiro AJ, Veiga F, Neufeld RJ, Damge C. Polyelectrolyte biomaterial interactions provide nanoparticulate carrier for oral insulin delivery. Drug Del 2008; 15:127-139.

Reis CP, Ribeiro AJ, Houng S, Veiga F, Neufeld RJ. Nanoparticulate delivery system for insulin: Design, characterization and in vitro/in vivo bioactivity. Eur J Pharm Sci 2007; 30: 392-397.

Reis CP, Neufeld RJ; Ribeiro, AJ, Veiga F. Nanoencapsulation I. Methods for preparation of drug-loaded polymeric nanoparticles. Nanomed-Nanotechnol 2006; 2: 8-21.