Biomedical Engineering

Inês Godinho Gonçalves .

Position: PhD Student/Researcher
Email:

iggoncalves@unizar.es

I am a PhD student, currently studying Biomedical Engineering, and I work on computational simulations of biological systems, with a focus on computational oncology. I strive to create meaningful models that can help biologists understand cellular proccesses. Thus, I also really like to look into data and find creative and intuitive ways to communicate the answers it may provide.


I am also eager to learn and work in different areas, as a way to express my creativity. In particular, I have been playing music for many years and it is one of my main passions.

Integrated Masters in Bioengineering – Specialization in Biomedical Engineering. Faculty of Engineering of Porto/Biomedical Sciences Institute Abel Salazar, University of Porto.
Doctoral Programme in Biomedical Engineering. University of Zaragoza

Profile

Primage
2018-2022

Predictive insilico multiscale analytics to support cancer personalized diagnosis and prognosis, empowered by imaging biomarkers.

European Union
H2020-SC1(Health),(GA 826494).

Cadence

Catalytic Dual-Function Devices Against Cancer

  • Computational modelling
  • Mechanobiology
  • Cancer cell metabolism
  • Cell motility

Modeling of Mechanosensing Mechanisms Reveals Distinct Cell

Vargas, D. A., Gonçalves, I. G., Heck, T., Smeets, B., Lafuente-Gracia, L., Ramon, H., & Van Oosterwyck, H.

2020

Migration Modes to Emerge From Combinations of Substrate Stiffness and Adhesion Receptor–Ligand Affinity. Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology, 8, 459.