Sabine Hilfiker, PhD
Head of Laboratory (Científico Titular) at IPBLN, CSIC (Spanish National Research Council)
Location: Granada, Spain
Dr. Hilfiker received her MS from the University of Basel, Switzerland in 1992 and her PhD in molecular neuroscience from the Rockefeller University, New York in 1998. She studied under the supervision of Paul Greengard, Nobel Laureate 2000 in Medicine or Physiology. Following a short postdoctoral appointment at the Rockefeller University, Dr. Hilfiker was awarded a BBSRC David Phillips Research Fellowship to join the Faculty of Life Sciences at the University of Manchester, UK in 2000. Dr. Hilfiker obtained a Ramón y Cajal Fellowship in 2003, and was apppointed Principal Investigator in 2008 in the CSIC in Spain. Her laboratory is interested in understanding the underlying molecular and cellular pathways in Parkinson´s disease. She is recipient of the first Research Prize of the Spanish Federation for Parkinson´s Disease (2008).
- Developing Cell-Based Tools for the Evaluation of LRRK2 Inhibitors (2018)
- Kinase Activity-mediated Changes in LRRK2-Parkinson's and Sporadic Parkinson's Cells and Rab Protein Function (2017)
- Insights into LRRK2 Kinase Inhibitors (2016)
- The Role of LRRK2 in Regulating a Calcium-Dependent Pathway Involving Lysosomal Stores and NAADP (2011)