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Veronica I. Dodero


Veronica Doder

Bielefeld University, Germany

Talk Title: Oligomerization of PPII-rich gluten peptides and their implications in the early events of gluten-related disorders

Veronica I. Dodero is a dynamic researcher who has traversed the landscape of supramolecular medicine to shed light on the intricate world of gluten-related disorders, with a unique focus on gluten peptide aggregates.

By harnessing her foundational training in chemistry and biophysics, Dodero brought a fresh perspective to the realm of gluten-related disease research. She is working to dissect the intricate relationships between gluten peptide superstructures, immune responses, and their implications for health and disease. Her in-depth understanding of gluten aggregates added a new layer of complexity to gluten-related disorders, unraveling their potential role in disease pathogenesis. For more, visit www.doderolab.comopens in new tab/window