On Monday 25th of October, Miriam has successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled Biophysical and structural approaches to discover small-molecule modulators of challenging targets in cancer.
During her thesis she has employed a wide range of structural and biophysical methodologies to uncover ligandability of the E3 ligases family, including the discovery of the first FBXW7 binders. She has worked also on the characterization TET2 modulators and BRD4 inhibitors. Her excellent hard work has been shown during the presentation.

Congratulations for the amazing work Dra. Martinez!