Prof. Isabella C. Felli
CERM and Department of Chemistry Ugo Schiff, University of Florence.
Isabella C. Felli graduated with a degree in Chemistry in 1994 and obtained the PhD in Chemistry in 1998 at the University of Florence (Italy) under the supervision of Prof. Ivano Bertini. She joined the group of Prof. Geoffrey Bodenhausen as visiting student at the NHMFL (USA). She received an Alexander von Humboldt fellowship for a post-doctoral position in Frankfurt (Germany) with Prof. Christian Griesinger. During this period she received several other grants (Marie Curie, DAAD, EMBO) and awards (by Federchimica for her Master’s thesis, by the Italian Chemical Society for her PhD thesis).
Since 2005 she is professor at the University of Florence. She currently teaches NMR to Masters students and Chemistry to first year Physics students. She is a member of the Supervisory Board of the Doctorate in Chemistry (Faculty of Science).
She has been involved since 2006, as a local operator, in several large EC supported projects to provide access to NMR research infrastructures (EUNMR, EASTNMR, BioNMR).
She coordinated the IDPbyNMR EC Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) (www.idpbynmr.eu/video).
She is member of the AMPERE Committee, of the EUROMAR Board of Trustees and of the ENC Executive Committee. She has been involved in the organization of several international meetings and editorial activities.
Her main research interest consists in the application and development of NMR methods to study intrinsically disordered proteins.