Beatriz has established broad collaborative networks with world-leading researchers and built a significant track-record of productive collaboration with industry and government agencies, thanks to her broad international research experience and the multidisciplinary nature of biosensors. Examples of industry partners include: Alcolizer (Australian Innovation Connection grant), South Australia Water that led to other industry links with water-quality-focused stakeholders (HeadStart Development, Permeate Partners) and regulators (SA Health), and South Australian Research and Development Institute (biosensors for norovirus detection), among others.


– Prof. Nicolas H. Voelcker, Scientific director of the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication; Monash University, Australia

– Prof. Michael J. Sailor, Dept. Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego, US

– Prof. Lluís F. Marsal, Dept. Electronic Engineering, URV, Spain

– Dr Helmut Thissen, CSIRO, Australia

– Prof. Holger Schönherr, Dept. Physical Chemistry, University of Siegen, Germany

– Prof. Jean-Louis Marty, IMAGES group, Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, France

– Prof. V. Haridas, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

– Dr Xavier Fernández-Busquets, Nanomalaria group, IBEC/ ISGlobal, Spain

– Dr Rebecca Lim, Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Australia

– Prof. Jonathan Baell, Synthesis of carbapenemase-cleavable linkers, Medicinal Chemistry, Monash University, Australia

– Dr Cameron Stewart, CSIRO, Australia

– Dr Jeremy Barr, School of Biological Sciences, Monash University

– Prof. Christopher Saint, Dean: Research and Innovation Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment Divisional Office, UniSA, Australia

– Dr Valeria Torok, South Australian Research and Development Institute, Australia

– Dr Xavier Cetó, Chemistry Dept., UB, Spain

– Dr Mònica Campàs, Institute of Agrifood Research and Technology (IRTA), Spain