Bruno Correia

EPFL STI IBI-STI LPDI
AAB 2 44 (Bâtiment AAB)
Station 19
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lpdi.epfl.ch

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Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Protein engineering, Computational design, Immunoengineering, Synthetic biology

Professional course

Assistant professor

Bioengineering

Institute of Bioengineering - EPFL

2015

Post-doctoral researcher

Chemical Biology

The Scripps Research Institute

2011


Education

PhD

Computational Biology

Universidade Nova de Lisboa

2010

B. S.

Chemistry

Universidade de Coimbra

2004


Awards

Teaching award

EPFL - SV

2019

Visiting scientist

Radcliffe Institute - Harvard

2018

Starting grant

European Research Council

2016

PhD scholarship

Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia

2006

Publications

Infoscience publications

Selected publications

Research

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Life Sciences Engineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Biotechnology and Bioengineering

Doctoral Program in Computational and Quantitative Biology

Doctoral Program in Molecular Life Sciences

Doctoral Program in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Courses

Biological chemistry I

Biochemistry is a key discipline in the Life Sciences. Biological Chemistry I and II are two tightly interconnected courses that aims to understand in molecular terms the processes that make life possible.

Biological chemistry II

Biochemistry is a key discipline in the Life Sciences. Biological Chemistry I and II are two tightly interconnected courses that aims to understand in molecular terms the processes that make life possible.

Monthly IBI-EDBB Mini-symposia

To expose EDBB students to research in Bioengineering through attendance of lecture series given by EDBB students and external speakers. The objectives are to broaden the knowledge of students in the field of Bioengineering and expose them to the diversity of studies in the IBI community.

Frontiers in chemical biology

Chemical biology is a key discipline in biomedical research for drug discovery, synthetic biology and protein functional annotation. We will give a broad perspective of the field ranging from seminal classical experiments to state-of-the-art approaches to dissect and perturb biological systems.