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Meet our mentors

Meet our mentors

  • Albane Kessler

    Albane Kessler

    Tres Cantos Open Lab Mentor

    It’s all about sharing – sharing knowledge and sharing tools. We can help fill some gaps in the research conducted by the Open Lab scientists. The visiting scientists bring a lot in terms of new ideas and new concepts. It’s a win-win collaboration.

  • Imanol Peña

    Imanol Peña

    Tres Cantos Open Lab Mentor

    To work in a non-for-profit area facilitates the collaboration between industry and academic research and this opens a great opportunity to accelerate the discovery of new treatments for devastating neglected tropical diseases.

  • Raquel Fernández

    Raquel Fernández

    Tres Cantos Open Lab Mentor

    Working as a mentor in the Open Lab is a great opportunity to interact with different research groups and people from around the world, sharing our expertise in the area and pooling new ideas while we fight against tuberculosis.

  • Robert Bates

    Robert Bates

    Tres Cantos Open Lab Mentor

    Teaching is a great way to learn oneself but the opportunity to work with someone else who is not in my core area of experience allows me to broaden my horizons. Being a mentor also gives me a chance to get involved with leading groups from around the world and allows me to interact directly with the Project Investigators and as well as the visiting scientists.

  • Rubén González

    Rubén González

    Tres Cantos Open Lab Mentor

    From my perspective, the Open lab has been a process of mutual learning. Scientists from the Tuberculosis field have come and shared ideas and new ways of doing things. We have helped maturing and incubating their projects. Specially, giving our specialized support for speeding up the drug discovery process. Definitively building up bridges to come up with new ideas and future collaborations.