Dr Enrique Gil de Montes
Alfonso Martín Escudero Postdoctoral Fellowship
E-mail: eg539@cam.ac.uk

I started my PhD in the Inmaculada Robina research group (University of Seville, Spain), where I studied the reactivity of differently functionalised 7-heteronorbornadienes. As a part of my doctoral program, I performed two short stays at the University of Cambridge where I met and worked with the GBernardes research group. In April 2020, I received my doctoral degree from the University of Seville.

From September 2020 to February 2021, I was a member of the biochemical group of Dr Marco Betti (University of Seville) as part of the Spanish program "Garantía Juvenil". During this period I studied legume-rhizobia symbiosis.

Finally, in March 2021, I joined GBernardes Group in Cambridge as an Alfonso Martín Escudero Postdoctoral Researcher to work on site-selective protein modification.

Areas of expertise:
Organic synthesis, NMR, protein conjugation and bioorthogonal reactions



2. Stable pyrrole-linked bioconjugates through tetrazine-triggered azanorbornadiene fragmentation
Gil de Montes E; Istrate A; Navo CD; Jiménez-Moreno E; Hoyt EA; Corzana FC; Robina I; Jiménez-Osés G; Moreno-Vargas AJ; Bernardes GJL*
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2020, 59, 1329–1334

1. Azabicyclic vinyl sulfones for residue-specific dual protein labelling
Gil de Montes E; Jiménez-Moreno E; Oliveira BL; Navo CD; Cal PMSD; Jiménez-Osés G; Robina I; Moreno-Vargas AJ; Bernardes GJL*
Chem. Sci. 2019, 10, 4515–4522