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I moved to Oslo with a fellowship from the Alonso Martín Escudero foundation and, after two years, I got a contract in my research group in Radium hospital, where I have been working for 6 years. I collaborate with hematologists to study precision medicine in leukemia.
I work in Oslo Universitetssykehus two years ago and I am studying mechanisms of autophagy induction using S. cerevisiae as a model organism.
I graduated in September 2019. Nowadays I am a postdoctoral fellow at Oslo University Hospital in Kirsten Skarstad’s group. We are studying DNA hypercompaction as a strategy to fight antimicrobial resistance.
I am currently working at the Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital (Norway), to identify new therapies that prevent drug resistance in leukemia.
In 2010, I established my project group at the Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital, to study the secretion of extracellular vesicles and investigate their potential use as liquid biopsies for cancer.
After that I moved to Oslo and enrolled in a Master in Biostatistics and Bioinformatics. I did a shot internship in the Bioinformatics Core Facility in Radium hospital and now I work as a researcher in the department of Molecular Cell Biology in the same hospital, searching for new biomarker for the diagnosis of prostate cancer.
Nowadays I am postdoctoral fellow at University of Oslo where I am studying Alzheimer´s disease.