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Eduardo García-Junceda Edit Profile

Biologist , researcher

Eduardo García-Junceda, Spanish biologist, researcher. Achievements include research in obtention and use of glycosyltransferases, aldolases and other related enzymes in synthesis of carbohydrates; research in protein engineering; development of new chemo-enzymatic strategies in liquid-phase synthesis; patents for C-terminal deletion mutant of alpha 1,6 fucosyltransferase from rhizobium s.p.

Background

García-Junceda, Eduardo was born on January 6, 1961 in Madrid, Spain. Son of José Antonio García-Junceda and Isabel María Redondo.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Universal Content Management, Madrid, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Biology, Universal Content Management, Madrid, 1990.

Career

Predoctoral fellow department plant physiology faculty biology Universal Content Management, 1985—1990. Postdoctoral fellow department analytical chemistry Institute Organic Chemistry Spanish National Research Council, 1990—1991, staff research member department biological organic chemistry Institute Organic Chemistry, since 1997, postdoctoral fellow Institute Catalysis Cantoblanco, Spain, 1991—1992, research associate Institute Catalysis Spain, 1995—1997. Postdoctoral fellow department chemistry Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, 1992—1995.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in obtention and use of glycosyltransferases, aldolases and other related enzymes in synthesis of carbohydrates. Research in protein engineering. Development of new chemo-enzymatic strategies in liquid-phase synthesis.

    Patents for C-terminal deletion mutant of alpha 1,6 fucosyltransferase from rhizobium s.p.

Membership

Member of Spanish Society of Biotechnology, Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry.

Connections

Married Montaña Mena, October 18, 1986. 1 child Irene.

father:
José Antonio García-Junceda

mother:
Isabel María Redondo

spouse:
Montaña Mena

child:
Irene García-Junceda