Juan Manuel Fernández González
Department of Inorganic Chemistry
National Autonomous University of Mexico
Dr. Fernández obtained his Ph.D in Chemical Sciences from the School of Chemistry, National University of Mexico. He has been academic visitor at Cambridge and Edinburgh Universities, Great Britain. Now Dr. Fernández is working as a Researcher in the Department of Inorganic Chemistry in National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico. He honored with Level III at the National Research System (maximum level).
Dr. Fernández focused on Coordination compounds, Organometallic compounds, Metallic clusters. Structural determination of ligands, Study of its biological properties (in collaboration).
González G, Alvarado-Vasquez N, Fernández-G JM, Cruz-Robles D, del Valle L, Pinzón E, Torres I, Rodriguez E, Zapata E, Gómez-Vidales V, Montaño LF. The antithrombotic effect of the aminoestrogen prolame (N-(3-hydroxy-1, 3, 5 (10)-estratrien-17B-YL)-3-hydroxypropylamine) is linked to an increase in nitric oxide production by platelets and endothelial cells. Atherosclerosis. 2010 Jan 31;208(1):62-8.
Fernández-G JM, Xochitiotzi-Flores J, Hernández-Ortega S, Gómez-Vidales V, Del Rocio Patino-Maya M. Structures of o-hydroxy Schiff-base copper (II) complexes derived from p-benzylamines. Journal of Coordination Chemistry. 2010 Jun 20;63(12):2132-45.
González-Hernández A, Hernández-Ortega S, Gómez E, Fernández-G JM. The structure of a triosmium carbonyl cluster-phenylarsine oxide derivative. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. 2011 Oct 15;696(21):3436-9.