She received her first degree in Biotechnology from the University of León (Spain) in 2012. After a summer internship in 2010 at the laboratory of Dr. Piero Crespo, she got more interested in the biomedical research area; therefore, in 2013, she decided to study the Master's degree in molecular biology and Biomedicine at the University of Cantabria.
In 2014, Rocío joined IBBTEC, where she has been working in Spatial regulation of Ras-ERK signals in cancer group. After some years working under the supervision of Dr. Piero Crespo, last year she decided to enter the Molecular Biology and Biomedicine doctorate program at the University of Cantabria.
Instituto de Biomedicina y Biotecnología de Cantabria.
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