Dr. Monika Kos
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I graduated in Structural and functional biology (September, 2013) from Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The title of my Master science thesis is: Impact of ionophore coccidiostat monenzin on the kinetics of copper in an earthworm Eisenia andrei.
In October, 2013 I enrolled in the interdisciplinary doctoral study Biosciences, research area Nanosciences, coordinated by the Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana and became a young researcher in the Group for nanobiology and nanotoxicology.
Awards, honors, and grants:
- (2013) Faculty Prešeren Award, for the graduation thesis, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana
2015 FTIR microscopy reveals distinct biomolecular profile of crustacean digestive glands upon subtoxic exposure to ZnO nanoparticles
Romih T, Jemec A, Novak S, Vaccari L, Ferraris P, Šimon M, Kos M, Susič R, Kogej K, Zupanc J, Drobne D
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2015 Elemental distribution and sample integrity comparison of freeze-dried and frozen-hydrated biological tissue samples with nuclear microprobe
Vavpetič P, Vogel-Mikuš K, Jeromel L, Potočnik Ogrinc N, Pongrac P, Drobne D, Pipan Tkalec Ž, Novak S, Kos M, Koren Š, Regvar M, Pelicon P
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] Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms