Marco Mascini Ph.D.
Marco Mascini a Professor of Analytical Chemistry, based at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Firenze, Italy. He has contributed to the development of biosensors of many different applications in the field of environmental and food analysis and clinical analytical chemistry.He also specialises in research into analytical chemistry with ion selective electrodes and gas electrochemical sensors; the use of enzymes as analytical reagents; Immobilized enzymes; enzyme electrodes, immunochemistry; enzymology; optical fibers for application in chemical sensors or optrodes.
Marco is skilled in the application of modern electrochemical modern techniques (DPV, PSA, etc.), ISE, optical spectroscopy, immobilization chemistries, Surface Plasma Resonance, piezoelectric sensing, DNA Biosensors and DNA Chips.
He is currently supervising many undergraduate and PhD students at Florence University, teaching Analytical Chemistry, Clinical Analytical Chemistry and Electroanalytical Chemistry.
Marco has produced more than 300 papers and several reviews and is on the editorial board of the following journals:
- Analytical Letters, Marcel Dekker, USA
- Biosensors & Bioelectronics, Elsevier, Oxford, UK
- Giornale Italiano di Chimica Clinica, Piccin Ed. Padova, Italia
- Biochimica Clinica, Emmezeta, Milano, Italia
In July 1994, he was given the award of the 5th International Conference on ‘Chemical Sensors for Biosensors’ in Rome, Italy.
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