Isabel Pont
Chemist by formation and teacher by vocation. PhD in Molecular Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and researcher at the Universitat de València in the Supramolecular Chemistry Group of the Institute of Molecular Science. Her doctoral thesis focused on the development of fluorescent drugs and probes, which have G-quadruplex DNA structures as a therapeutic target. She currently combines her research with the Master's Degree in Education and ICT at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, through which she is specializing in e-learning and scientific dissemination. She also works on equality initiatives to make visible the role of women in the world of research. [email protected]

Apart from the double helix, DNA can present other structures such as G-quadruplexes, whose study has boomed in recent years.