Ana Tendero Canadas

Ana Tendero Canadas

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Ana Tendero Cañadas is a PhD student currently working on the development of novel sensors for the detection and measurement of nitric oxide from bladder tissue, in order to explore the effect of ageing on the physiological processes that regulate bladder function.

Interested in healthy ageing and the role pharmaceutical sciences play in it, which she gained an insight into during her undergraduate degree in Pharmacy and her masters degree. She has previous experience on multidisciplinary research, having explored inequalities in pharmaceutical services in the Spanish NHS and developed a universal matrix for the assessment of glucometers.

Scholarly biography

Ana graduated with an MPharm from Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha in Spain in 2017, becoming a qualified pharmacist. She continued her studies in the University of Brighton, where she completed her MSc in Industrial Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2018.

She then started her PhD on the effects of ageing on the urinary bladder, working in Professor Patel’s lab at the University of Brighton with supervision from Dr J.Mabley from the University of Brighton and J. Young from the University of Portsmouth. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 801604.


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