Tania Hidalgo

PhD Students


Research Interests

​Tania’s current research focuses on optimizing the fabrication process used for building biosensors and studying the dynamics of electronic-ionic conduction. She’s interested in developing new fabrication techniques that lead to easy read-out of biological signals, as well as testing and characterizing such systems.

Selected Publications

  • Improving worker safety for handling nanomaterials at the benchtop

    Gates, B.D., Cadieux, K., Bilton, M., Guo, I., Castillo, T.H., Chung, T., Ngo, T. and Davies, C.B. 
    Microscopy and Microanalysis, 22(S3), pp. 2050–2051, 2016


  • B.Sc., Nanotechnology and Molecular Engineering, UDLAP, Puebla, Mexico, 2016

KAUST Affiliations

​Biological and Environmental 
Science & Engineering Division (BESE)

Research Interests Keywords

Organic semiconductors Tissue engineering Organic electrochemical transistors Material science