Dr Aude Echalier-Glazer is currently the Scientific Coordinator at the SGC Oxford.
Aude received her PhD from the University of Warwick (UK) working on the structural biology of bacterial redox systems. Following five years of post-doctoral research with Prof. Dame Louise Johnson, Prof. Jane Endicott and Prof Martin Noble at the University of Oxford on the structural biology and rational inhibitor development of cell cycle protein kinases, Aude established her research group at the University of Montpellier (France), where she continued her interest in protein kinases and expand her research interests to the ubiquitin system. After five years in France, she moved to the UK, transferred her lab at the University of Leicester for three years. Her work contributed to the Leicester Cancer Research UK Centre. Early 2017, she joined the SGC Oxford as the Scientific Coordinator, where she looks after the Target Enabling Packages initiative and contributes to the Probe programme.
Aude continues her research interest at the University of Leicester focusing on protein kinases and metallo-dependent deubiquitylases using structural and chemical biology to further their characterisation. She is particularly interested in the regulation of protein-protein interaction in the context of phosphorylation and ubiquitylation.