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Dr Monica Agromayor

Senior Lecturer

Research interests

  • Immunology

Biography

Monica Agromayor received her PhD in Biological Sciences from the Universidad Autonoma of Madrid. After working at Columbia University in New York for her initial postdoctoral studies, she joined Professor Martin-Serrano’s group in 2005. In 2013, she was appointed as a lecturer in the Department of Infectious Diseases.

    Research

    test-tube-lab
    Agromayor Group

    The Agromayor Lab is part of the Department of Infectious Diseases

    OILRIG
    Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

    A Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

    synthetic-biology
    RNA Biology

    RNA is at the forefront of biomedical research for its central role in how information is transferred from DNA to protein. This Research Interest Group is open to all interested parties from across the University.

    Cells
    King’s MechanoBiology Centre (KMBC)

    The King’s MechanoBiology Centre gives a common platform for researchers across different disciplines with complementary interests in mechanobiology

    News

    Research uncovers how damaged nucleus re-seals and repairs itself

    The new study shows the molecular mechanisms which re-seal the nucleus’ protective envelope to shield its genetic material.

    Nuclear envelope 780x440

    Second School of Immunology & Microbial Sciences summer camp held

    Sponsored by King's Health Partners' Widening Participation Committee and organised with help from In2scienceUK, students spent two weeks with the School of...

    SIMS SUmmer school

    Faculty staff recognised in GKT Teaching Excellence awards

    The winners of the GKT Teaching Excellence Awards have been announced including three members of the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine.

    students in lecture room

    Features

    5 minutes with… James Glover

    We grabbed 5 minutes with James - PhD student in the the Department of Infectious Diseases - to hear about his background, goals and a day in his life.

    Cells hero image

    Module lead: Infectious Diseases and Immunobiology Laboratory Project (Infectious Disease & Immunobiology iBSc)

    Block lead: Immunity and Infection (MBBS stage 1)

      Research

      test-tube-lab
      Agromayor Group

      The Agromayor Lab is part of the Department of Infectious Diseases

      OILRIG
      Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

      A Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

      synthetic-biology
      RNA Biology

      RNA is at the forefront of biomedical research for its central role in how information is transferred from DNA to protein. This Research Interest Group is open to all interested parties from across the University.

      Cells
      King’s MechanoBiology Centre (KMBC)

      The King’s MechanoBiology Centre gives a common platform for researchers across different disciplines with complementary interests in mechanobiology

      News

      Research uncovers how damaged nucleus re-seals and repairs itself

      The new study shows the molecular mechanisms which re-seal the nucleus’ protective envelope to shield its genetic material.

      Nuclear envelope 780x440

      Second School of Immunology & Microbial Sciences summer camp held

      Sponsored by King's Health Partners' Widening Participation Committee and organised with help from In2scienceUK, students spent two weeks with the School of...

      SIMS SUmmer school

      Faculty staff recognised in GKT Teaching Excellence awards

      The winners of the GKT Teaching Excellence Awards have been announced including three members of the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine.

      students in lecture room

      Features

      5 minutes with… James Glover

      We grabbed 5 minutes with James - PhD student in the the Department of Infectious Diseases - to hear about his background, goals and a day in his life.

      Cells hero image

      Module lead: Infectious Diseases and Immunobiology Laboratory Project (Infectious Disease & Immunobiology iBSc)

      Block lead: Immunity and Infection (MBBS stage 1)