Inma Álvarez, Project Manager. Inma provides administrative and scientific support to the group.
Esteban Suárez, Postdoc. Esteban is working on the development of self-assembled smart peptide-based materials.
Agustín Sánchez, Postdoc. Gus is working on the application of self-assembled peptide-based materials into biological scenarios.
Paula Novo, PhD student (FPU Fellow), is being co-supervised with Prof. Carlos Peinador. Paula is focused on the development of sitimuli-responsive peptides to control biomolecular interactions.
Pablo Cortón, PhD student (Xunta de Galicia Fellow), is co-supervised with Prof. Marcos D. García. Pablo is working on self-assembled smart peptide materials.
Rosalía Sánchez, PhD student (Xunta de Galicia Fellow). Rosalía is focused on the development of metallopetides to control the formation of nanostructures.
Inés Obregón, PhD student (Xunta de Galicia Fellow). Inés is focused on the development of peptide-based materials to modulate cellular processes.
Iván Montes de Oca, PhD student co-supervised with Prof. Marcos D. García. Iván is focused on the development of new peptide-based responsive moieties.
Francisco Ferreiro (2018) was a final year project student co-supervised with Prof. Carlos Platas. He worked on cell signaling probes.
Alba Mayo (2018) was a final year project student co-supervised with Prof. Carlos Jiménez. She was focused in bacterial detection with nanoparticles.
Irem Duman (2018) spent four months with us as an Erasmus Student. Irem worked on the development of luminescent peptide materials.
Pawel Suchan (2018) joined the group for three months as an Erasmus Trainee from Poland. He continued the work of Francisco Ferreiro on cell signaling probes.
Karolina Dworczak (2018) stayed in the group for three months as an Erasmus Trainee from Poland. She worked on new peptide-based luminescent materials.
Alejandro Castro (2019) was a Master student, co-supervised with Dr. María D. Mayán. He worked on new mimetic peptides with therapeutic potential aimed at connexin43.
Antía Pintor (2019) was a end-of-degree student, co-supervised with Prof. Marcos D. García. Her research was focused on peptide tools for the study of oxidative stress in cells.
Claudia Pigliacelli (2020) was a Postdoc in the group. Claudia worked on self-assembled smart peptide materials and hybrid nanostructures. Currently she holds a Ricercatore TD position at Politecnico di Milano