Rio BioNMR - Network

Our team

Fabio Almeida
Ana Paula Valente
Anderson Pinheiro
Cristiane Ano Bom
Jose Ricardo Pires
Viviane de Paula
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Prof. Fábio C. L. Almeida

Institute of Medical Biochemistry- UFRJ

National Center of Structural Biology and Bioimage - CENABIO/UFRJ

http://www.fabioclalmeida.com

Research interests include structural biology of flavivirus capsid proteins, as well as the study of the role of dynamics in protein using NMR as the main method.

Prof. Ana Paula Valente

Institute of Medical Biochemistry- UFRJ

National Center of Structural Biology and Bioimage - CENABIO/UFRJ

Research interests include the structure and dynamics of defensins, allergens, and the antibody recognition of ZIKV and DENV envelope protein. NMR is the main method.

 

Prof. Anderson Sá Pinheiro 

Institute of Chemistry - UFRJ

Research interest focuses on the application of biophysical techniques, mostly NMR, to describe protein structure, dynamics, and its interactions with RNA. Our goal is to achieve a molecular understanding of protein-RNA recognition mechanisms in the context of post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression.

Prof. Cristiane Dinis Ano Bom

Institute of Chemistry- UFRJ

Research interests include studies by NMR of structural and dynamics of biological targets, such as FKBP12 and RpiB from M. tuberculosis and trypanosomatids the non-structural proteins NS2B and NS2-NS3 from ZIKV.

 

Prof. José Ricardo Pires

Institute of Medical Biochemistry- UFRJ

Structural genomics of Kinetoplastids

 

 

Francisco Gomes-Neto
Icaro Caruso
Gisele Amorim
Marcius Almeida
Tatiana El-Bacha
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Prof. Francisco Gomes-Neto

FIOCRUZ

Research interest includes structural biology of proteins and peptides, applying solution NMR, mass spectroscopy, molecular modeling, and molecular dynamics simulation into the research of new molecules applied in the treatment of neglected diseases as the snake bite envenomation.

Dr. Ícaro Putinhon Caruso

Sao Paulo State University (UNESP) and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)

Research interest includes structure, dynamics, and interaction of proteins from the hRSV using NMR and fluorescence spectroscopy along with computational simulations such as molecular docking and molecular dynamics.

Prof. Gisele Cardoso Amorim

Campus Duque de Caxias - UFRJ

My main research project is dedicated to understanding the structure, assembly, and activity of the type 6 secretion system (T6SS) of Klebsiella pneumoniae using NMR as the main tool.

 

Prof. Marcius da Silva Almeida

Institute of Medical Biochemistry- UFRJ

National Center of Structural Biology and Bioimage - CENABIO/UFRJ

​How changes in protein structure are translated into diseases and how it can be used for therapies. We study viral proteins and human proteins related to neurodegenerative diseases (www.cenabio-pab.com).

Prof. Tatiana El-Bacha

Institute of Nutrition - UFRJ

Metabolomics by NMR

Prof. Viviane de Paula

​Campus Duque de Caxias - UFRJ

Structure of defensins and interaction with GPCR.