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Luis Felipe Serrano

Luis Felipe Serrano, Spanish biochemist, researcher. Achievements include determination of the tubulin domain responsible for the regulation of its polymerization into microtubules and the use of protein engineering to determine proteim folding pathways. Second lieutenant Spanish Army (infantry), 1982-1983. Member New York Academy of Sciences.

Background

  • Serrano, Luis Felipe was born on July 2, 1959 in Madrid. Son of Luis and Elvira (Pubul) Serrano.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, University Complutense, Madrid, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, University Autonoma, Madrid, 1985.

    Career

    • Postdoctoral staff C.B.M. (Spanish National Research Council-Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana), Madrid, 1985-1987. Postdoctoral staff M.R.C., Cambridge, England, 1987-1991. Group leader European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany, since 1992.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include determination of the tubulin domain responsible for the regulation of its polymerization into microtubules and the use of protein engineering to determine proteim folding pathways.

    Works

    • Author: Methods in Enzimology, 1986.

    Membership

    Second lieutenant Spanish Army (infantry), 1982-1983. Member New York Academy of Sciences.

    Connections

    • Married Isabel Vernos, June 29, 1985. Children: Miguel, Laura.
    • father: Luis Serrano
    • mother: Elvira (Pubul) Serrano
    • spouse: Isabel Vernos
    • children: Miguel Serrano
    • Laura Serrano
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    Born July 2, 1959
    (age 58)
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    • 1981
      University Complutense
    • 1985
      University Autonoma
    • 1985 - 1987
      Postdoctoral staff C.B.M. (Spanish National Research Council-Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana)
      Madrid, Spain, Spain
    • 1987 - 1991
      postdoctoral staff M.R.C.
      Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1992
      group leader, European Molecular Biology Laboratory
      Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia