CEMBIO CEU

Alberto Gil de la Fuente

Postdoctoral researcher

Alberto Gil de la Fuente

Alberto Gil de la Fuente

Web of Science ResearcherID: https://albertogilf.github.io/
Bio: Alberto Gil de la Fuente was born in Madrid in 1990. He received a B. Sc. Degree in Computer engineering in San Pablo-CEU University (with honors), a M. Sc. In Computer engineering in Complutense University of Madrid and Ph. D. in Life technologies and sciences from the San Pablo-CEU University, in 2019. He is currently a full-time lecturer of Computer science and Metabolomics of San Pablo-CEU University. His research interests focus on Bioinformatics field, mainly related to Metabolomics. He developed Ceu Mass Mediator, a web tool for the annotations of metabolites that is continuously growing and incorporating new services to aid the researchers in their metabolomic studies. Alberto is the author of 10 scientific publications and 4 book chapters in these fields.
Web of Science ResearcherID: AAM-3943-2020
ORCID: 0000-0002-5951-1601

Publications by Alberto Gil de la Fuente:

New CEMBIO web launched

Posted on: 02 Sep 2020

CEMBIO group recognized as excellent by CEU-San Pablo University

Posted on: 01 Sep 2020

Metabolite annotation using in-silico generated compounds: MINE and BioTransformer

Posted on: 19 Mar 2020

Metabolite annotation with CEU Mass Mediator

Posted on: 19 Mar 2020

Unveiling the Fragmentation Mechanisms of Modified Amino Acids as the Key for Their Targeted Identification

Posted on: 02 Mar 2020

Recent Developments along the Analytical Process for Metabolomics Workflows

Posted on: 18 Oct 2019

LAS: A Lipid Annotation Service Capable of Explaining the Annotations It Generates

Posted on: 30 Jul 2019

CEU Mass Mediator 3.0: A Metabolite Annotation Tool

Posted on: 21 Dic 2018

Characterization and annotation of oxidized glycerophosphocholines for non-targeted metabolomics with LC-QTOF-MS data

Posted on: 11 Dic 2018

Knowledge-based metabolite annotation tool: CEU Mass Mediator

Posted on: 30 May 2018

Differentiating signals to make biological sense – A guide through databases for MS-based non-targeted metabolomics

Posted on: 20 Abr 2017

Projects by Alberto Gil de la Fuente:

RedLab

Laboratorio de la REDLAB número 260 Office staff Dra. Antonia García Fernández Laboratory head Professor of Analytical Chemistry and head of the metabolomics and mass spectrometry lab (Laboratorio de Metabolómica y del Servicio de Espectrometría de Masas -SAI-). Vanesa Alonso Herranz Senior technician specialized in mass spectrometry. SAI technician and permanent staff of the Fundación […]

Publications

Scientific articles published by CEMBIO members, collected in Pubmed Main Publications from CEMBIO

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Contact and Location

Contact Please, fill all the gaps’ form  Yes, I have read and accept the privacy policy. Location CEMBIO CEU Universidad CEU-San Pablo. Urb. Montepríncipe. 28925 Alcorcón, Madrid (España). Phone. (+34) 91 372 47 69. cembio@ceu.es

Newsletter & News

Our Newsletters Issue 3: March-May 2020 Issue 2: December 2019-February 2020 Issue 1: September-November 2019

Projects

CEMBIO CEU Projects

What is CEMBIO

CEMBIO is devoted to innovative, top level research work in the metabolomics field, which requires extensive knowledge in chromatography, mass spectrometry (MS) and biostatistics. Metabolomics is a new approach to study a biological situation without any preliminary hypothesis. Ideally, it is the study of the unique chemical fingerprints that specific cellular processes leave behind, specifically […]

Services

Laboratoy fees PDF Technique Collaborating groups1 Service2 Observations LC-QTOF-MS untargeted analysis 100 200 The results are the raw data GC-QTOF-MS untargeted analysis 100 200 The results are the raw data GC-Q-MS untargeted analysis 100 200 The results are the raw data CE-TOF-MS untargeted analysis 100 200 The results are the raw data LC-QQQ-MS targeted analysis […]

Instrumentation

Instrumentation Liquid Chromatography – Quadrupole – Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer (LC/Q-TOF-MS) A versatile 1290 Infinity II LC coupled to a 6545 Q-TOF LC/MS system for the sensitive untargeted metabolomics enabling structural elucidation in any kind of samples and for a wide variety of metabolites by the use of different LC methods. Liquid Chromatography – […]

Members & Former Members

Coral Barbas Arribas Director of the “Centre for Metabolomics and Bioanalysis” (CEMBIO) Coral Barbas is currently Full Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department of the Faculty of Pharmacy at Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid (Spain) and Director of the “Centre for Metabolomics and Bioanalysis” (CEMBIO) at this Faculty. She is also […]