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Isabel Morgado, PhD

Researcher
Instructor
Stanford Amyloid Center
The Stanford University School of Medicine
300 Pasteur Drive
2nd Floor, Room A260
Stanford, California, United States
Dr. Isabel Morgado received her PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Algarve in Portugal, where she studied the structure-to-function evaluation and amyloid formation by the protein transthyretin. Since then, her research interest has focused on protein misfolding and amyloid diseases. She was a DFG fellow at the Max Planck Research Unit for Protein Folding, studying Aβ amyloid formation and a Marie Curie fellow at the Center of Marine Sciences of Algarve and Boston University, investigating transthyretin and apolipoproten A-I amyloidosis. 
 
She currently holds an Instructor position at Stanford and works in Dr. Liao’s lab to uncover mechanisms of amyloid diseases, in particular transthyretin cardiac amyloidosis, using in vivo zebrafish models.
 
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