Mihai Deleanu graduated the Polytechnics University of Bucharest (2014), and afterward he got a Master of Sciences degree in Pharmaceutics and cosmetics compounds from the same university (2016). He has four years of intensive daily experience in organic synthesis. Thus, in parallel with the last undergraduate academic year and during the two-years M.Sc. scholarship he was also full-time employed as an assistant researcher in the “C.D. Nenitzescu” Centre of Organic Chemistry in Bucharest, the main fundamental organic chemistry research institute of the Romanian Academy (2014-2017). During his undergraduate and early research career he had a three-months NMR internship (2012) in the Group of Biospectroscopy of the “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Iasi (Romania) and a four-months ERASMUS+ organic synthesis traineeship (2016) in the Institut Européen des Membranes, CNRS, ENSCM, Montpellier (France). Mihai Deleanu is currently working on a Ph.D. studentship in the Institut des Biomolécules “Max Mousseron”, Montpellier, under the supervision of Professor Hervé Cottet and Dr. Joseph Chamieh. His current Ph.D. interest is the study of beta-amyloid peptide aggregation. The current research activity has an important focus on the study of peptide-peptide interactions by Taylor dispersion analysis. For the current peptide research topic involving interdisciplinary activities, he strongly benefits from the previous organic chemistry and analytical background.
Oral contribution: Unravelling the speciation of β-amyloid peptides during the aggregation process by Taylor dispersion Analysis