Ana B. Davila-Ibañez obtained her Ph.D. degree in Chemistry and Physics from Universidade de Vigo, Spain (2012). She started her post-doc working in the “Physicochimie des Electrolytes, Colloïdes et Sciences Analytiques” (PECSA) laboratory in the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, France) as a Postdoctoral researcher (Marie Curie Actions of the Seventh Framework Programme). Her research interests were focused in the management of surface-functionalized magnetic and fluorescent nanoparticles to develop advanced nanotheranostic systems for bio-related applications. After she moved to Pro-ACTINA, pharmaceutical company, (Athens, Greece) fulfilling the requirements of the Marie Curie project, were she was focused in the grafting between the surface-functionalized magnetic and fluorescent nanoparticles and the Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors previously synthesized by the company. Recently she has joined EPOS-Iasis (Nicosia, Cyprus) to finalize her contribution to the Marie Curie project where she will be focused in the interaction between the surface-functionalized magnetic and fluorescent nanoparticles and the advanced nanotheranostic systems (surface-functionalized magnetic and fluorescent nanoparticle grafted to the Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors) with the cancer cells.