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Carlos Ibanez

邮  箱: carlos.ibanez@pku.edu.cn

职  称:教授

办公室地址:北京市海淀区颐和园路5号,北京大学,吕志和楼,100871

实验室地址:北京市海淀区颐和园路5号,北京大学,吕志和楼,100871

实验室主页:http://carlosibanezlab.se/PKU/

  • 个人简介
  • 科研领域
  • 代表性论文

教育经历:

Carlos Ibanez 在阿根廷的布宜诺斯艾利斯大学学习生物学。
他的博士工作是在Carlos Frasch的指导下于 Leloir 学院(前称 Fundacion Campomar)进行的。

工作经历:

2020年1月,北京大学生命科学学院麦戈文脑研究所和北京脑科学与类脑研究中心作为兼职教职建立新的课题组。
2012年,新加坡国立大学(NUS)永乐林医学院、生理学系联合委任为教授。
2004年,卡罗林斯卡学院诺贝尔大会委员会成员,该机构负责评审和颁布诺贝尔生理学或医学奖。
1996年,瑞典斯德哥尔摩卡罗林斯卡学院神经科学系任神经科学教授
在已故的Håkan Persson指导下,于瑞典卡罗林斯卡学院进行博士后研究。
      The research of Carlos Ibáñez utilizes a range of molecular, cellular and genetic techniques to elucidate the functions and molecular mechanisms of action of growth factors and their receptors as a framework from which to approach a wider range of problems, including unresolved issues in structural biology, cell signaling, neural development and, more recently, metabolic regulation. Due to pervasive roles of neuronal growth factors in all aspects of nervous system development, function and repair, this approach has allowed Ibáñez and his colleagues to address a range of fundamental problems in neurobiology, including neurogenesis, neuronal differentiation and survival, axon guidance, synaptogenesis and connectivity. Together with his team, he has pioneered studies on structure-function relationships in neurotrophins, GDNF ligands and receptors, and identified determinants of ligand-receptor interaction and downstream signaling. This work has yielded molecules with novel pharmacological profiles, some of which are being tested in models of human disease. They have identified new ligands, receptors and interactions. They have discovered novel cellular functions, including a new mechanism of cell-cell interaction based on ligand-induced cell adhesion, and new mechanisms of cross-talk between signaling pathways, such as TGF- and Notch. Carlos Ibáñez has more recently become interested in metabolic regulation, primarily through his work on the ALK7 receptor. He discovered ALK7 in 1996, reported the first identification of a ligand in 2001, and a mouse knock-out in 2004. In work performed during the past years, he has discovered an important role for this receptor as a novel regulator of insulin release, fat accumulation and diet-induced obesity. Regular collaborations with the industrial sector have resulted in several patents, some of which underlie the current development of novel therapies for peripheral neuropathies, CNS and metabolic diseases.
Yi, C., Goh, K. Y., Wong, L. W., Ramanujan, A., Tanaka, K., Sajikumar, S., & Ibanez, C. F. (2021).
Inactive variants of death receptor p75(NTR) reduce Alzheimer's neuropathology by interfering
with APP internalization. EMBO J, 40(2), e104450. doi:10.15252/embj.2020104450

Gongrich, C., Krapacher, F. A., Munguba, H., Fernandez-Suarez, D., Andersson, A., Hjerling-Leffler,
J., & Ibanez, C. F. (2020). ALK4 coordinates extracellular and intrinsic signals to regulate development
of cortical somatostatin interneurons. J Cell Biol, 219(1). doi:10.1083/jcb.201905002

Marmol, P., Krapacher, F., & Ibanez, C. F. (2020). Control of brown adipose tissue adaptation to
nutrient stress by the activin receptor ALK7. Elife, 9. doi:10.7554/eLife.54721

Guo, T., Marmol, P., Moliner, A., Bjornholm, M., Zhang, C., Shokat, K. M., & Ibanez, C. F. (2014).
Adipocyte ALK7 links nutrient overload to catecholamine resistance in obesity. Elife, 3, e03245.
doi:10.7554/eLife.03245

Vilar, M., Charalampopoulos, I., Kenchappa, R. S., Simi, A., Karaca, E., Reversi, A., . . . Ibanez, C. F.
(2009). Activation of the p75 neurotrophin receptor through conformational rearrangement of
disulphide-linked receptor dimers. Neuron, 62(1), 72-83. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2009.02.020

Bertolino, P., Holmberg, R., Reissmann, E., Andersson, O., Berggren, P. O., & Ibanez, C. F. (2008).
Activin B receptor ALK7 is a negative regulator of pancreatic beta-cell function. Proc Natl Acad
Sci U S A, 105(20), 7246-7251. doi:10.1073/pnas.0801285105

Ledda, F., Paratcha, G., Sandoval-Guzman, T., & Ibanez, C. F. (2007). GDNF and GFRalpha1
promote formation of neuronal synapses by ligand-induced cell adhesion. Nat Neurosci, 10(3),
293-300. doi:10.1038/nn1855

Vilar, M., Murillo-Carretero, M., Mira, H., Magnusson, K., Besset, V., & Ibanez, C. F. (2006). Bex1, a
novel interactor of the p75 neurotrophin receptor, links neurotrophin signaling to the cell cycle.
EMBO J, 25(6), 1219-1230. doi:10.1038/sj.emboj.7601017

Pozas, E., & Ibanez, C. F. (2005). GDNF and GFRalpha1 promote differentiation and tangential
migration of cortical GABAergic neurons. Neuron, 45(5), 701-713.
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2005.01.043

Paratcha, G., Ledda, F., & Ibanez, C. F. (2003). The neural cell adhesion molecule NCAM is an
alternative signaling receptor for GDNF family ligands. Cell, 113(7), 867-879. doi:10.1016/s0092-
8674(03)00435-5

Ledda, F., Paratcha, G., & Ibanez, C. F. (2002). Target-derived GFRalpha1 as an attractive guidance
signal for developing sensory and sympathetic axons via activation of Cdk5. Neuron, 36(3), 387-
401. doi:10.1016/s0896-6273(02)01002-4



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