People

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Natàlia Carulla, PhD – Group leader

Natàlia obtained her B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Barcelona in 1996 and her Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry from the University of Minnesota in 2001. Afterwards, she moved to the University of Cambridge to work as a Marie Curie post-doctoral researcher in Prof. Christopher M. Dobson laboratory in the field of protein aggregation. In 2004, she returned to Barcelona to the laboratory of Prof. Ernest Giralt at IRB Barcelona, where she extended the project initiated in Cambridge. In 2011, she was awarded a Ramon y Cajal fellowship from the Spanish Government, which enabled her to start a research program dedicated to the study of the links of Aβ aggregation and Alzheimers´s disease at IRB Barcelona. Since 2016, she is Group Leader at the Institute Européen de Chimie et Biologie (IECB) in Bordeaux.

Post-doc

Sonia is applying NMR strategies to determine the structure of βPFO-type oligomers

Dr. Sonia Ciudad

s.ciudad@iecb.u-bordeaux.fr

James is establishing new methodologies for βPFO-type oligomer stabilisation

Dr. James Tolchard

james.tolchard@u-bordeaux.fr

Martí is generating βPFO-type conformational specific Nanobodies

Dr. Martí Ninot

m.ninot@iecb.u-bordeaux.fr

PhD student

Eduard is employing MS strategies to determine the structure of βPFO-type oligomers

Eduard Puig

e.puig@iecb.u-bordeaux.fr

Master student

Valia is studying the effect of fAD Aβ variants in βPFO-type oligomer formation

Valia Khodr

valia.khodr@u-bordeaux.fr

Alumni (IRB Barcelona)

post-docs

Dr. Montserrat Serra

Dr. Aurelio Vázquez de la Torre

PhD students

Dr. Sílvia Vilaprinyó

Dr. Bernat Serra

Dr. Sílvia Vilaprinyó

Dr. Rosa Pujol

Dr. Muriel Arimon

Dr. Laia Sánchez

MSc students

Roberta Mazzucato

Antonella Cogoni

Lab pictures

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