Inês Pinheiro, Monserrat Avila Zozaya & Yamina Berchiche
About Inês Pinheiro
PharmD by training and Ph.D. candidate in Hartley's lab at the University of Geneva. As a young researcher fascinated by chemokine receptors, molecular pharmacology, drug discovery, and immuno-oncology.
Inês Pinheiro on the web
About Monserrat Avila Zozaya
I am a cell biologist interested in studying GPCRs, especially adhesion GPCRs. Motivated by my scientific passion, I recently started a postdoctoral fellowship to study the role of GPCRs in the mechanisms of pain and its comorbidities.
Monserrat Avila Zozaya on the web
About Yamina Berchiche
Dr. Yamina A. Berchiche is the founder of Dr. GPCR, an ecosystem designed to bring together stakeholders interested in using G-Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCRs), that control virtually everything in the body, as drug targets. The mission of Dr. GPCR is to accelerate GPCR drug discovery by sharing the latest research and technology advances in the field and providing exposure to scientists through the Dr. GPCR podcast. Dr. Berchiche obtained her Master’s and Ph.D. in Biochemistry at the University of Montreal in Canada before training at The Rockefeller University in New York and the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. She developed expertise over the past two decades studying structure/function relationships of GPCRs using live-cell bioluminescence resonance energy transfer (BRET). Her work focused on chemokine receptors, members of the GPCR family that control cell movement in the body.
Yamina Berchiche on the web