Néstor Mariano Correa

Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto, Argentina

Néstor Mariano Correa was born in Mendoza, Argentina, in 1968. He received his undergraduate degree with first-class honors from Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto (UNRC). Under the guidance of Professor J. J. Silber, he earned the Ph.D. degree in chemical sciences from UNRC in 1997, where his research explored reverse micelles. Following his graduate studies, he performed postdoctoral research at University of Texas at Arlington, USA, with Professor Z. A. Schelly investigating the mechanism of liposomes electroporation. He has worked with Professor O. El Seoud at Universidad de Paulo, SP, Brazil, and later with Professor N. E. Levinger at Colorado State University, USA, with support from a Fulbright award. Presently, he holds the positions of Professor and Scientific Researcher of CONICET (the National Research Council of Argentina). His research interests include intermolecular interactions and chemical recognition in supramolecular structures and organized media.

Biography Updated on 29 December 2011

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