Tuesday, 10 February 2015 13:14

Pablo Scodeller comes aboard LCB to bridge nanotechnology to tumor biology

Starting from 1st of February a new lab​ ​member​ has​ joined us. Pablo David Scodeller is from Argentina and he concluded his PhD studies ​in the University of Buenos Aires under the supervision of​ ​D​r. Ernesto Calvo​​​. ​He then went on to work in the​ 'Chemistry of Nanomaterials' group led by Dr. Galo Soler Illia​ of Buenos Aires​,​ under CONICET fellowship​​. ​For the last two years he's been working in the 'Vascular Mapping Laboratory' of Dr. Erkki Ruoslahti at Sanford-Burnham Medical research Institute, in La Jolla, USA. His main research interests are: Nanomedicine, Tumor microenvironment, drug​ ​penetration, drug delivery, adjuvants of oncolytic drugs. Phage display in vivo and in vitro. Neurodegenerative diseases and brain injuries. His main hobbies include: cogitations over beer, tango music, attending milongas, and the study of the Buenos Aires jargon called Lunfardo .