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Erick Ratamero

Modelling Rigidity in Bacterial Proteins and 3D Visualisation

From April-Sep 2017, I undertook an Early Career Fellowship as part of the INTEGRATE AMR Initiative, working with Prof. Rudo Roemer on modelling rigidity in bacterial proteins and 3D visualisation thereof.

Demonstrating 3D visualisation
at the 'Preventing the Antibiotic Apocalypse' outreach event held at
the Warwick Arts Centre, June 2017

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Erick

Academic History

2017 - Present:

  • Early Career Fellowship, INTEGRATE AMR Initiative, University of Warwick
    'Developing a 21st century alternative to penicilin: a one-drug-dual-target strategy'
    Supervisor: Prof. Rudo Roemer

2013 - Present:

  • PhD (Ongoing), Analytical Science, MOAC DTC, University of Warwick
    'Bacterial inner membrane remodelling by force generation of FtsZ fibres'
    Supervisors: Prof. Matthew Turner, Dr. Corinne Smith

2011 - 2013:

  • MSc, Erasmus Mundus Master in Complex Systems Science, École Polytechnique (France) and Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
    Mini Projects: 'Endogenization of Network Topology in Metamimetic Games', 'A Multiple-landscape Model on Innovation'
    More details here.

2004 - 2009:

  • B.Sc., Telecommunications Engineering, Universidade Federal Fluminense (Brazil)
    Final Project: 'Modeling Magnetic Resonance Clinical Reports of the Lumbar Spine using OpenEHR Archetypes'
    More details here.