Guillermo Tostado Blazquez

Ph.D. Students

PhD Student


Building 3, Level 3, 3203-WS12

Research Interests

Application of biomimetic nanomaterials into novel biosensors for early detection and continuous monitoring of chronic diseases based on the presence of key biomarkers. 

Selected Publications

  • Montes-Duarte, G., Tostado-Blázquez, G. Castro, K.L.C., Araujo et al. Key parameters to enhance the antibacterial effect of graphene oxide in solution. RSC Advances, 11(12), 6509-6516, (2021)
  • Corzo, D., Tostado-Blázquez, G. and Baran, D. (2020) Flexible Electronics: Status, Challenges and Opportunities. Frontiers in Electronics. 1. (2020)


  • B.Sc. Nanotechnology and Molecular Engineering, Universidad de las Americas Puebla, Mexico, 2018.
  • M.S. Material Science and Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, 2021

Professional Profile

  • 2017: Teacher of chemistry courses as a member of the "PI-ensa Project" at UDLAP.
  • 2017-2018: Student Council Member and President of the Board of Directors of Nanotechnology and Molecular Engineering Program at UDLAP.
  • 2017-2018: Member of the Divulgation Committee of the ACS Student Chapter “Catalyst” at UDLAP.

KAUST Affiliations

BESE - Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering Division

Research Interests Keywords

Nanomaterials biosensors applications Wearable Devices