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Mario Jose CaccamoCurrent information Group Leader, The Genome Analysis Centre Norwich Research Park Norwich, United Kingdom E-mail Nationality: ArgentinianEMBL information Technical Officer Vertebrate Genomics EBI - Hinxton From 08.2007 to 08.2009
Fabian FeiguinCurrent information Postdoc, ICGEB Padriciano 99 Trieste, Italy E-mail Nationality: ArgentinianEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Cell Biology and Biophysics From 1996 to 2001
Current information Group Leader, MRC National Institute for Medical Research The Ridgeway London, United Kingdom E-mail Nationality: ArgentinianEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Griffiths Group Cell Biology and Biophysics From 04.2006 to 01.2009 Research interests: My research interest is in the area of cellular microbiology of mycobacteria with a particular focus on the innate immune system and phagocytosis. I believe that a detailed understanding of host-mycobacteria interactions will provide insights not only into the mechanisms usurped by mycobacteria to survive but also into basic aspects of cellular functions and in the innate immune system. Keywords: phagosome, mycobacteria, lysosome, macrophage Biography Hide biographyBiography: Maximiliano Gutierrez born in 1976 in Mendoza, Argentina, is head of the Junior Research Group Phagosome Biology at the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig. He studied at the University of San Luis, San Luis and obtained a biochemistry and molecular biology degree from the University of San Luis in 2005. In 2005, he was awarded PhD from, University of San Luis, Argentina. After that, he spent almost three years as a postdoctoral scientist at EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany as a fellow of the von Humboldt foundation and EMBO. Since November 2008, he is the head of the Junior Group Phagosome Biology. The main area of research is the cell biology of host-pathogen interactions with a focus on mycobacteria.
Current information Professor, University of Quilmes and Research Institute for Genetic Engineering and Molecular Biology Vuelta de Obligado 2490 Buenos Aires, Argentina E-mail Nationality: ArgentinianEMBL information Staff Scientist Core Facilities and Scientific Services From 05.1987 to 06.1990 Research interests: Nucleic acid chemistry, biocatalysis and biotransformation, modified nucleosides, catalytic nucleic acids, aptamers Biography Hide biographyBiography: Principal Researcher National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET)
Group leader nucleic acid chemistry lab at INGEBI (CONICET-University of Buenos Aires)
Group leader biotransformation lab, University of Quilmes
Current information Staff Scientist. Industrial Science, The Canadian Light Source Inc. 101 Perimeter Road Saskatoon, Canada E-mail Nationality: ArgentinianEMBL information Postdoctoral Fellow Meyer-Klaucke Team Hamburg From 1999 to 2003 Research interests: Bioinorganic chemistry, coordination chemistry, spectroscopy, X-ray synchrotron studies, proteins, enzymes, bio catalysis Biography Hide biographyBiography: Ph.D in Physics (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina) 1997
Postdoctoral experience: Germany, The Netherlands and USA.
Research topics: spectroscopical studies of structure of the metal moiety in proteins and enzymes and their bioinorganic model compounds: X-ray absorption (XAS). Simulations of the XANES region of the spectra.
Formerly: Mossbauer spectroscopy (Fe) and magnetic properties of fine and coarse soils fractions, geochemistry. Spin-phonon relaxation in nanoparticles and superparamagnetism.
Isabel SantoriCurrent information Lab Manager NOT SPECIFIED Nationality: ArgentinianEMBL information Visitor Gonzalez (Cayetano) Cell Biology and Biophysics From 03.2003 to 09.2003
Current information Director of Development, Transbiomed Parc Científic de Barcelona
Baldiri Reixac, 15-21
Barcelona, Spain E-mail Nationality: ArgentinianEMBL information Predoctoral Fellow Hentze Group Genome Biology From 07.2003 to 07.2007 Research interests: Molecular biology. Microarrays. Biography Hide biographyBiography: Education
a) Biological Sciences:
2007 Ph.D., European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) Molecular Medicine Partnership Unit, Heidelberg, Germany.
1997 Licenciatura (6-year degree program equivalent to Master of Science), University of Buenos Aires School of Exact and Natural Sciences, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Major: Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.
b) Computer Sciences:
2001 Licenciatura (5-year degree program equivalent to Master of Science), University of Buenos Aires School of Exact and Natural Sciences, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Research Experience in Biology
September 2007 present day. Senior Scientist, Microchips projects. Progenika Biopharma S.A.
2003 April 2007 Ph.D. student at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Department: Molecular Medicine Partnership Unit. Directors: Prof.Dr. Andreas Kulozik and Prof.Dr. Matthais Hentze. Thesis: Physiological role and quantitative aspects of human Nonsense-mediated mRNA decay (NMD).
1997 2003 Research Assistant. R&D Department - Laboratorios Beta SA. (Buenos Aires, Argentina).
1995 1997 Research fellow as an undergraduate and graduate student at the Institute of Biology and Experimental Medicine (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Director: Prof.Dr. Eduardo Charreau. Topic: Study of the expression of TGF-β2 and TGF-β3 in a murine adenocarcinoma model
1994 1995 Research fellow as an undergraduate student at the Institute of Oncology Ángel H. Roffo (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Director: Dr. Lydia Puricelli. Topic: In vivo effects of mustard-derived drugs on mammary adenocarcinoma M3 and MM3.