Group Members
  • Inma Álvarez, Project Manager. Inma provides administrative and scientific support to the group.

    i.alvarez@udc.es

  • Esteban Suárez, Postdoc. Esteban is working on the development of self-assembled smart peptide-based materials.

    esteban.picado@udc.es

  • Agustín Sánchez, Postdoc. Gus is working on the application of self-assembled peptide-based materials into biological scenarios.

    a.stemprano@udc.es

  • 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.

    p.novo@udc.es

  • 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.

    pablo.cortond@udc.es

  • Rosalía Sánchez, PhD student (Xunta de Galicia Fellow). Rosalía is focused on the development of metallopetides to control the formation of nanostructures.

    r.sanchez.fernandez@udc.es

  • Inés Obregón, PhD student (Xunta de Galicia Fellow). Inés is focused on the development of peptide-based materials to modulate cellular processes.

    i.obregon.gomez@udc.es

  • 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.

    ivan.montesdeoca.estrada@udc.es

Alumni
  • 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