Caroline Paul Group
Caroline E. Paul was raised in Toronto and Aix-en-Provence. She received her Honours BSc and MSc degrees in Biological Chemistry at the University of Toronto with Prof. M. Nitz, and her PhD degree at the University of Oviedo in the group of Prof. V. Gotor with Prof. V. Gotor-Fernández and Prof. I. Lavandera within the EU FP7 BIOTRAINS project.
After postdoctoral work as a Marie Curie Fellow with Prof. F. Hollmann (TU Delft), she obtained a NWO VENI grant and carried out her research interests on biomimetic cofactors for oxidoreductases (Wageningen University).
Since October 2018 she is Assistant Professor in Biocatalysis in the Department of Biotechnology.
Academic Career and Education
- 2018 Assistant Professor, TU Delft
- 2016–2018 VENI Researcher, TU Delft/Wageningen University
- 2013–2015 Marie Curie Postdoctoral Researcher, TU Delft
- 2013 PhD cum laude Bioorganic Chemistry, University of Oviedo
- 2010 MSc Chemical Synthesis and Reactivity, University of Oviedo
- 2009 MSc Biological Chemistry, University of Toronto
- 2008 Honours BSc Biological Chemistry, University of Toronto
Postgraduate Awards and Grants
- NWO ENW XS 2020
- ERC Starting Grant 2020
- Novel Enzymes Darmstadt 2018 Best Poster Prize sponsored by Prozomix for the "Most significant concept of revelation contributing to the science of Novel Enzymes"
- Delft Technology Fellowship 2018
- Sophie Vanhulle Prize Oxizymes Belfast 2018
- H2020-MSCA-ITN-EJD PhotoBioCat 2018
- BIOCAT Poster Award Hamburg 2016
- NWO Veni Grant 2016
- FEMS Young Scientist Meeting Grant Freiberg 2014
- BIOTRANS Poster Award Manchester 2013
- Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship 2013