Welcome to my website!!!
I am a final year PhD student working at the Oxford Protein Informatics Group (OPIG) under Prof. Charlotte Deane. My PhD is also being supervised by Alexander Bujotzek and Guy Georges from Roche.
I am broadly interested on how to best use novel deep learning methods on available antibody data to aid in the design of novel therapeutics. During my PhD I have mostly focused on predicting the structure of antibodies using equivariant deep learning. In my first year I developed ABlooper, a fast method for predicting the structure of CDR loops in antibodies using equivariant graph neural networks. During my second year I focused on developing ImmuneBuilder, a set of tools capable of predicting the structure of antibodies, nanobodies and TCRs with an accuracy comparable to AlphaFold2. I was also involved in the development of KA-Search, a method for rapidly searching large antibody datasets.
I grew up in a tiny village in the north of Spain with three brothers and two beautiful dogs. I like all types of kayaking, visiting new places, discovering new books and playing board games. Here are some photos!!!