Alicia received her first degree in Chemistry from the University of Cantabria (Spain,2005). After a short period working in a private chemical company, she got interested in the biomedical research area obtaining a 2 years Advanced Vocational Qualification in Laboratory Analysis (Cantabria, 2009). awaredwith the best qualification of laboratory field in Cantabria the fact that gave her the opportunity to get a 2 years position working as a young technician at the Institute of Dairy Products of Asturias (IP, Baltasar Mayo,CSIC, Asturias).
Then, she worked as technician Cell Cycle, Stem Cell Fate and Cancer Group (IP, Alberto Gandarrillas, IDIVAL, Cantabria) during 3 years and another year working in Tissue Engineering Group (IP, Jose Carlos Rodríguez rey, IDIVAL, Cantabria).
While working in biomedical research area she continued improving her CV obtaining a 2 years degree in Clinical and Biomedical Laboratory (Cantabria, 2017).
Since 2017, Alicia has been working as a laboratory technician in Spatial regulation of Ras-ERK signals in cancer Group (IP, Berta Casar, IBBTEC, Cantabria).
GRUPO FINANCIADO POR LA RED TEMÁTICA DE INVESTIGACIÓN COOPERATIVA EN CÁNCER DEL ISCIII/FEDER (RD12/0036/0033). 2012-2016 Grupo incluído en el programa: Molecular Mechanisms in Cancer. Involucrado en el desarrollo de nuevas estratégias terapéuticas para inhibir rutas de señalización pro-tumorales.
Instituto de Biomedicina y Biotecnología de Cantabria.
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