Inês Godinho Gonçalves .
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
Predictive insilico multiscale analytics to support cancer personalized diagnosis and prognosis, empowered by imaging biomarkers.
Catalytic Dual-Function Devices Against Cancer
- Computational modelling
- 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.
Migration Modes to Emerge From Combinations of Substrate Stiffness and Adhesion Receptor–Ligand Affinity. Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology, 8, 459.