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Carolina Jerez Longres Profile Page
Carolina Jerez Longres


PhD Lab:

Wilfried Weber

Department: BIOSS (Centre for Biological Signalling Studies) and
CIBSS (Centre for Integrative Biological Signalling Studies)
Address: BIOSS Signalhaus
Schänzlestraße 18
79108 Freiburg
Phone: +49 761 203 67485
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Lab homepage:
Track: CIBSS Track
Research Area: Synthetic Biology and Signalling

Curriculum Vitae

Country: Uruguay and Spain
Education/Training: BSc in Biochemistry, University of Granada, Spain (graduated July 2016)
MSc in Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of Freiburg, Germany (graduated January 2019)
Start of PhD Thesis: February 2019
Subject of Thesis: Synthetic biological approaches to study the role of phase separation in cellular processes
Research Interests: Synthetic Biology, Optogenetics, Biomolecular Condensates
Research Techniques: Molecular cloning, protein engineering, cell culture, confocal microscopy, flow cytometry



Burgos-Morales O, Gueye M, Lacombe L, Nowak C, Schmachtenberg R, Hörner M, Jerez-Longres C, Mohsenin H, Wagner HJ, Weber W. Synthetic biology as driver for the biologization of materials sciences. Mater Today Bio (2021) 11:100115. Abstract

Hörner M, Jerez-Longres C, Hudek A, Hook S, Yousefi OS, Schamel WWA, Hörner C, Zurbriggen MD, Ye H, Wagner HJ, Weber W. Spatiotemporally confined red light-controlled gene delivery at single-cell resolution using adeno-associated viral vectors. Sci Adv. (2021) 7(25):eabf0797. Abstract

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