Nicolette Czarnievicz

Surface engineering of transaminases to tailor protein immobilization on microreactors

Affiliation | CICbiomaGUNE, Spain
Secondment | Micronit, Netherlands

I am a young adult graduated as a Biotechnology Engineer in Universidad ORT Uruguay. At University I gained a degree over 5 years: the first 4 years I took courses and for my last year I worked on my final research project. My thesis was carried out in collaboration with the Biomaterials Lab in the Israel Institute of Technology working 6 months in each country. It was focused on “Polymeric vehicles for the use of HRP in directed enzyme therapy”.

Training, meeting friends, dancing, reading books, travelling and enjoying every opportunity.

What is the most useless talent you have?
I can raise an eyebrow.

Where is the worst smelling place you have been?
In Uruguay there are livestock exhibitions where the smell of manure from all the animals is really unpleasant.

 What ridiculous thing has someone tricked you into doing or believing?
I am a person full of gullible moments. Every time that I go to a show guess who is the one that ends on stage!

About which topics could you talk for hours?
Food, make-up, trips, sports and all kind of anecdotes.