joroz                   Javier Oroz 
  Ramón y Cajal Tenure track Scientist (since 2020)
  WoS Reseacher ID: J-3297-2015  ORCID: 0000-0003-2687-3013 Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ZJ1q42cAAAAJ&hl=es
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Javier Oroz (Pamplona, Spain, 1981) finished his PhD in protein nanomechanics in 2010 in the Cajal Institute for Neurobiology (Madrid, Spain). Following his interests in protein biophysics and Structural Biology, in 2011 he moved to the Centre for Biological Research (Madrid) to learn protein NMR with Eva de Alba. In 2013 he moved with a Marie Curie grant to the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry (Göttingen, Germany) to apply advanced NMR methods to proteins involved in neurodegeneration with Prof. Markus Zweckstetter. Since he joined the protein NMR group in 2018 he has developed his lines of research in the structural basis of protein diseases. His research is focused on the mechanisms of pathogenicity in ALS and the rare disease CCHS.
  • Ramón y Cajal 2018 (Spanish AEI-Ministry of Science and Innovation)
  • Leonardo Grant 2019 (FBBVA)
  • Spanish Ondine Association (2019)
  • Mexican Ondine Association (2020)
  • RETOS 2019 (PID2019-109276RA-100) from the Spanish AEI/EU-FEDER