Jorge Gonzalez Garcia
I obtained my PhD from the University of Valencia (Spain) focused on Supramolecular & Bioinorganic Chemistry, in which I worked in metalloenzymes mimetics and anion receptors. Upon completing my PhD in 2013, I performed several postdoctoral research positions in the University of Kansas (USA) and Institute Curie (France), in which I specialized in the development of drugs for non-canonical nucleic acids such as G-quadruplexes, triplexes or i-motifs. Then, I joined the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London as Newton Fellow to develop new tools to target and visualize G-quadruplexes in cells. I continued my projects as IdEx Fellow in the European Institute of Chemistry and Biology in Bordeaux (France). Actually, I’ve started my team in the Institute of Molecular Science in the University of Valencia, where I’ve developed novel systems and methodologies to target non-canonical DNA structures and unravel their biological roles.
Biochemistry Bioinorganic Chemistry Bioorganic Chemistry Biophysical Chemistry Coordination Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry (other) Nanomaterials & Nanochemistry Organic Chemistry (other) Organic Compounds Organometallic Chemistry Parasitology Pharmacology Photochemistry Physical Chemistry (other) Physical Organic Chemistry Smart & Programmable Materials Sensors Spectroscopy Supramolecular Chemistry Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry Synthetic Organic Chemistry UV-Visible Spectroscopy