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Aida’s interest in Neurobiology and Genetics started during her studies in Biology in the Autonomous University of Barcelona. After her undergrad studies, she moved to Germany and spent a short period in the Scholz lab in Cologne investigating the genetic basis of alcoholism. Aida completed her PhD at the University of Hamburg in the Duncan lab, studying translational control by non-canonical factors in neurons, using flies as an animal model. Thanks to a Boehringer Ingelheim travel grant, she also spent some months in the Collins lab (Michigan) and learned confocal microscopy to study the Drosophila Neuromuscular Junction. Since 2019, Aida is a postdoc in the Sibley lab, where she studies RNA metabolism changes is Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. 

Education/Academic qualification

Molecular Neurobiology, Doctor of Science, Univ Hamburg, University of Hamburg

Award Date: 28 Sep 2018


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