Aurora Martín González graduated in Biotechnology degree from CEU San Pablo University. During her degree, she studied for one year abroad by an Erasmus Program in Cardiff University (Wales) and, afterwards, she did an Internship in the laboratory of Dr. Ramón Merino in the IBBTEC, in the field of immunology analyzing the role of BAMBI protein in adipose tissue. Later on, she did a Master's degree in Biomedicine and Molecular Biology in the Basque Country University, while she worked simultaneously in the department of Protein design and engineering, with Dr. Gabriel Moncalián (IBBTEC). Subsequently, she got a fellowship to work for a few months in the department of Structural biology of macromolecular complexes with Dra. María Lucas, with whom she is still working with, by a JAE Intro grant, and with whom she is expecting to carry out a PhD thesis.
Structural Biology of Macromolecular Complexes
- Structure and function of protein complexes involved in intracellular vesicular traffic
- Molecular and structural basis of neurodegenerative diseases
- Structural basis of Host-Pathogen Interactions
Ramón y Cajal research award (2018-2021). Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competence (RYC-2016-20342). IP: María Lucas