Associate Professor in the Biology Department of the University of Guanajuato, Mexico. Dr. Elizabeth Reyes’ research focuses on the study of Glycobiology and in particular aims to develop new biochemical routes for the synthesis of glycans and how these can regulate the immune response.
Dr. Reyes completed her PhD in the Laboratory of Prof. Sabine Flitsch at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology (MIB) in The University of Manchester, UK. Once graduated, she remained in the same group as a Postdoctoral Research Associate to pursue her studies related to the synthesis and analysis of glycans.
XXXI Congreso Nacional de Bioquímica
24th International Sympisium on Glycoconjugates GLYCO-24
19th carbohydrate symposium -EUROCARB
MY LATEST RESEARCH
Developing new fluorescent glycans to detemine biochemical properties of glycosyltransferases and to track cellular metabolism. Confocal microscopy. Coutesy of Dr. Luis Alberto Castillo Díaz.
Read our new paper, "Inexpensive and fast pathogenic bacteria screening using field-effect transistors" prublished on Biosensors and Bioelectronics Journal.