Eleonora Pauletto

Determining the role of TRIM25 in Androgen Receptor- dependent Cancers

Host Lab

Christine BLATTNER
KIT - Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie
Institut fuer Toxikologie und Genetik


Eleonora Pauletto graduated in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology at the University of Trieste in 2017. She carried out her master’s thesis at the national research institute INSERM in Strasbourg, France, where she worked on the mechanisms of action of a new class of potential anticancer drugs, designed by the group of C. Gaiddon and G. Mellitzer.

In June 2019, Eleonora became part of the TRIM-NET and is currently working on her PhD research dealing with TRIM25 in Androgen receptor dependent cancers under the supervision of Christine Blattner at the KIT, Germany.