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Annalaura Mastrangelo

Annalaura Mastrangelo

Annalaura Mastrangelo

Web of Science ResearcherID: https://publons.com/researcher/1225344/
Bio: Annalaura Mastrangelo obtained her M.Sc. in Pharmacy from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, in 2011 (excellent award qualification), and her international PhD in Medicinal Chemistry from San Pablo CEU University, Madrid, in 2017 (extraordinary thesis award). As a PhD student, she worked in the field of metabolomics and lipidomics by deepening into the biology underlying chronic diseases, mainly obesity and its complications. In 2017, she joined Dr. Sancho’s immunology group at the Spanish National Cardiovascular Research Centre (CNIC) in Madrid as a postdoctoral fellow where she is currently leading a project aimed at deciphering the role of microbiome-associated metabolites in the progression of atherosclerosis by using both animal and human models. She is the author of eleven articles, five of which as first author in high impact journals (Q1), and one book chapter. Annalaura is a passionate researcher with an inclination toward the application of Metabolomics in the discovery of more efficient and personalized treatments to tackle chronic diseases.
Web of Science ResearcherID: K-2753-2015
ORCID ID: 0000-0003-2650-0444

Publications by Annalaura Mastrangelo:

Microbiota Sensing by Mincle-Syk Axis in Dendritic Cells Regulates Interleukin-17 and -22 Production and Promotes Intestinal Barrier Integrity

Posted on: 19 Feb 2019

Metabolomics changes in patients with PAPP-A2 deficiency in response to rhIGF1 treatment

Posted on: 12 Ago 2018

“Gear mechanism” of bariatric interventions revealed by untargeted metabolomics

Posted on: 20 Mar 2018

Discriminant biomarkers of acute respiratory distress syndrome associated to H1N1 influenza identified by metabolomics HPLC-QTOF-MS/MS platform

Posted on: 17 Jul 2017

Metabolomics allows the discrimination of the pathophysiological relevance of hyperinsulinism in obese prepubertal children

Posted on: 07 Jun 2017

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