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PhD students

Eleven PhD students were recruited in the project. All have finished their fellowships.

Antonio Sousa
Immacolata Venditto

 

Valérie Cornuault

António Filipe Gomes Teixeira de Sousa
 
Organisation: CP Kelco Aps

PhD project: A comprehensive approach for pectin chemical and functional characterisation

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Immacolata Venditto
 
Organisation: University of Lisbon
 
PhD project: Structure and function of novel Carbohydrate-Active Enzymes (CAZymes) and Carbohydrate Binding Modules (CBMs) involved in plant cell wall degradation

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Valérie Cornuault
 
Organisation: University of Leeds
 
PhD project: Isolation of RG-I oligosaccharides for monoclonal antibody production and antibody use as detection tools for novel chromatographic analyses of RG-I diversity

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Kate Cameron
Merve Kaya
Xiaoyuan Guo

Kate Cameron
 
Organisation: University of Lisbon
 
PhD project: Structure and function of novel cohesin-dockerin complexes: role of tailor made nanomachines in plant cell wall hydrolysis

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Merve Kaya
 
Organisation: INRA
 
PhD project: Structure and functionality of citrus pectins
 
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Xiaoyuan Guo
 
Organisation: University of Copenhagen

PhD project: Structure, functions and analysis of plant cell walls

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Jeff X Zhang
Mercedes Hernandez
Dhivyaa Rajasundaram

Jeff Zhang

Organisation: University of Newcastle
 
PhD project: Studying the enzymology of pectin degradation
 
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Mercedes Clara Hernandez Gomez
 
Organisation: University of Leeds
 
PhD project: Cell wall and cotton fibre development
 
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Dhivyaa Rajasundaram
 
Organisation: University of Potsdam

PhD project: Integrative analysis of plant cell wall related complex and heterogeneous profiling data

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Praveen Krishnamoorthy
Fanny Buffetto

Praveen Krishnamoorthy
 
Organisation: Max Planck Institute for Molecular plant physiology
 
PhD project: Probing cell wall modifications and vesicle trafficking in plants

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Fanny Buffetto
 
Organisation: INRA

PhD project: Generation of new monoclonal antibodies to rhamnogalacturonan fragments

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