Lab members

EVs & MS is an international research group with members from India, Egypt, Mexico, Hungary, Italy, and Azerbaijan. We are a multidisciplinary team of chemists, plant biologists, biotechnologists, and Ph.D. students in medicine.

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Gabriella PocsfalviHead of labgabriella.pocsfalv@ibbr.cnr.it
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Gabriella is a research director at CNR. She is Hungarian. Gabriella has over 30 years’ experience in the development of mass spectrometry based analytical methods. In the last 15 years, her research is advancing the transformation of plant derived nano-sized vesicles into vectors for molecular delivery.
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Immacolata FiumeTechnical Research Assistantimmacolata.fiume@ibbr.cnr.it
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Immacolata is the only Neapolitan in our group. She is a Technical Research assistant of CNR since 1994, she has been with EVs and MS laboratory since its inception. She is an experienced analytical chemist with experience in protein sequencing and MS-based proteomics.
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Christopher StanlyPostdoctoral fellowchristopher.stanly@ibbr.cnr.it
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Christopher is from India. He is a postdoctoral research fellow in the VES4US project. He is working on the development of an innovative technology for the isolation of natural source-derived EVs.
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Maneea Moubarak Postdoctoral fellowmaneea.moubarak@ibbr.cnr.it
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Maneea is from Egypt. As a Marie Curie Sklodowska postdoc fellow, Maneea is working on the H2020-MSCA-IF greenEV project. He optimizes plant cell cultures for the continuous production of EVs..
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Ana Paulina Ramos JuarezPh.D. student in clinical and experimental medicinea.paulina.ramos@gmail.com
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Paulina is from Mexico. She is a Ph.D. student at the University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Naples. She studies EVs isolated from biofluids and their translation to the clinical field in biomarker discovery and tissue regeneration.
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Ramila Mammadova Ph.D. student in clinical and experimental medicine ramila.mammadova@unicampania.it
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Ramila is from Azerbaijan. She is a Ph.D. student from the University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Naples. She is setting up novel methods for the isolation of nanovesicles from different plant resources to apply them in kidney tissue regeneration.
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At EVs & MS we are developing a novel class of molecular delivery vectors for human health and next generation organic farming by building on the natural delivery capabilities of nanovesicles.

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Institute of Biosciences and BioResources

National Research Council

via P. Castellino, 111

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