Since then she has worked as science teacher and as a researcher in the field of Materials Science and Nanotechnology, for several national and international projects, with different applications. Recently, she joined the Transport Phenomena Research Center (CEFT) at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP), as postdoctoral researcher hired to support the NewPortCell project.
She has authored several papers in reputed international journals, one book chapter and has been invited to review manuscripts in international peer-review journals in her area of expertise. She has also been involved in different project out-reach activities, including acceleration programs like 2017 COHiTEC and Resolve.
- M. H. de Sá and Lúcia Brandão
Non-enzymatic direct glucose fuel cells (DGFC): a novel principle towards autonomous electrochemical biosensors
accepted for publication in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2019.
Ana R. Cardoso, M.H. de Sá, M. Goreti F. Sales
An impedimetric molecularly-imprinted biosensor for Interleukin-1β determination, prepared by in-situ electropolymerization on carbon screen-printed electrodes
Bioelectrochemistry, 130 (107287), 2019.
N. S. Ferreira, A. P. M. Tavares, M. H. M. Sá, M. G. F. Sales
New electrochemically-derived plastic antibody on a simple conductive paper support for protein detection: Application to BSA
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 243 (1127–1136), 2017.
- Maria H. Braga, Michael J. Wolverton, Maria H. de Sá and Jorge A. Ferreira
Hydrides of Cu and Mg Intermetallic Systems: Characterization, Catalytic Function and Applications
full chapter for the book “Neutron Diffraction”, ISBN 978-953-51-0307-3, edited by Irisali Khidirov and published by InTech – Open Access Publisher,pp.1-24, 2012.
M. H. de Sá, Joana L. Ferreira, M. J. Melo, Ana M. Ramos
An AFM contribution to the understanding of surface effects caused by ageing and cleaning on acrylic glass. The Shadows by Lourdes Castro, a case study
Surface and Interface Analysis, 43 (1165), 2011.