Actual Position

 

Since June 2005: Research staff (group leader, currently responsible for a team of 16 people) at the National Research Council (CNR)-Biophysics Institute, Milano (Italy).

 

Main activities: Protein expression and purification, chemical-physical characterization, 3D structural analysis, structure-based drug discovery and optimization.

 

Projects:- AIRC-MFAG 2016-2019. Grant nr: 17083. PI of the project

              - SIR-MIUR (2015-2018). Grant nr: RBSI14C78S. PI of the project

              - FIRB-MIUR (2014-2017). Grant nr: RBFR1309E. Scientific team member

              - FP7: SILVER (2010-2014). Grant nr: 260644. Scientific team member

              - FP6: VIZIER (2005-2009). Grant nr: 511960. Scientific team member

 

 

Education and Training

 

2006-2009 PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the Department of Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology, University of Milano (Italy)

 

1998-1999 Degree in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Florence (Italy). Final mark: 110/110 cum laude.

 

 

Work Experience

 

2003-2005 Scientist in Sienabiotech S.p.A. (Siena). Alzheimer's disease.

 

2001-2003 Fellowship in oncology within the 'National Program of Oncology Research' at AlfaWasserman (Bologna)

 

2000-2001 Yearly collaboration with 'Societa Prodotti Antibiotici' at the University of Florence.

 

 

Publications

 

PUBMED

 

 

Other activities

 

More than 20 oral presentations or poster communications to national and international congresses

 

Supervision of:

- 5 master degree students in Biology or Biotechnology, University of Milano (Italy)

- 3 PhD students in Molecular and cellular Biology, Department of Biosciences, University of Milano (Italy)

- 3 post-docs at CNR-IBF, section of Milano (Italy)

 

 

 

 

 

Eloise Mastrangelo, PhD

 

CNR Researcher

eloise.mastrangelo@unimi.it

 

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Last update 01/12/20

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