Former members

Former members

Extracellular Vesiclesand Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

Abraham M. AbrahamVisiting PhD studentabraham.abraham@pharmazie.uni-marburg.de
Short Bio:
Abraham, a pharmacist was a visiting Ph.D. student in the EVs and MS lab, working on plant-derived EVs. He is currently still a Ph.D. student in the Department of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics at Philipps Universität Marburg/Germany
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Delfin Albert AmalrajPh.D. student (from 2009-to 2012) delfinanu@gmail.com
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Delfin was a Ph.D. student in the EVs and MS lab. Her project was Quantitative proteomics of Urinary exosomes by iTRAQ labeling and MudPIT analysis. She is now settled in Toronto, Canada.
Annalisa VilasiPostdoctoral Fellow (from 2012-to 2015) annalisa.vilasi@gmail.com
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Annalisa was a postdoctoral fellow in the EVs and MS lab. Her work mainly focused on the characterization of post-translational modifications of proteins (phosphorylation) by proteomics approaches on pancreatic b-cell lines.
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Giuseppe AntonucciMaster’s Student (from 2019-2020)giuseppeantonucci1994@gmail.com
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Giuseppe was an M.Sc. student from the University of Federico II. He studied Nanovesicles isolated from strawberry
Marwa Yakhlef PhD student yakhlef.marwa@univ-gelma.dz
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Marwa is an Algerian Ph.D. student who joined the EVs and MS lab for short and long-term traineeships. She is interested in the identification and characterization of food allergens using LC/MS/MS. Currently, she is a Ph.D. student at the University of 8 May 1945 Guelma.
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Paolo PaceMaster’s Student (from 2013 to 2014) paolo.pace87@gmail.com
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Paolo is a pharmacist. He joined EVs & MS lab to learn mass spectrometry based protein identification. Paolo now is working in the pharma industry.
Teresa SilvestreMaster's student (from 2016-2017)terrysilvestre@icloud.com
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Teresa studied how vesicles of tomato fruit can be used as nanovector for the transport of nutraceuticals. Teresa currently works as a nutrition biologist.
Ramesh BokkaH2020-MSCA-IF Postdoc (2018-2020)ramesh.chem2008@gmail.com
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Ramesh Bokka was a MSCA-postdoc in the EVs & MS lab, worked on nanoTOM, an European project which focus on conversion of plant-derived nanovesicles into nutraceutical drug delivery system.
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