Principal Investigator

Agnes Noy

I have a multi-disciplinary trajectory in molecular modelling within the field of biological physics. My research interests are centred in developing novel computational tools to understand and predict how global mechanical properties of complex macromolecules such as DNA and RNA are built on the basis of their atomic fluctuations, with a particular emphasis in DNA flexibility, supercoiling and 3D architecture of genomes.

Employment History

2018 – Current: Lecturer at the University of York

2016 – Current: EPSRC Early Career Research Fellow, University of York

2012 – 2015: Postdoctoral Fellow with Sarah Harris, University of Leeds

2010 – 2011: EMBO Long-term Fellow with Ramin Golestanian, University of Oxford

2009: Beatriu de Pinos Fellow with Ramin Golestanian, University of Sheffield

2003-2008: Predoctoral Research Fellow with Modesto Orozco, Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Barcelona, Spain

Education

2008     PhD in Computational Biochemistry, University of Barcelona, Spain

2004     MSc in Computational Chemistry, University of Barcelona, Spain.

2002     BSc in Biochemistry, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Funding and Academic Awards

2016             EPSRC Early Career Fellowship

2013             Participation in “Set For Britain” event organized by the Parliament of the UK.

2008             EMBO Long-term Fellowship.

2008             Postdoctoral Fellowship, Catalan Government.

2005             Participation in the 1th Excelence Campus, Vitalia Fundation, Spain.

2003             Predoctoral Research Fellowship, Spanish Ministry of Science.

2001             Undergraduate Research Scholarship, Spanish Ministry of Science.

Career Breaks

2013             Maternity Leave

2010             Maternity Leave