Dr. Alicia Flores Cuadrado is going to visit Marina Romero-Ramos lab from August first 2019 till the first of February 2020
ALICIA FLORES CUADRADO, Assistant Prof, University of Ciudad Real (Spain) will be visiting Romero-Ramos lab at DANDRITE. She will develop a project regarding the influence of vagus nerve on the immune response during Parkinson's disease.
Dr. Alicia Flores Cuadrado has a degree in Biotechnology from the University of Pablo de Olavide (Seville, 2010) and a master's degree in Regenerative Biomedicine from the University of Granada (Granada, 2011). She obtained her PhD in Experimental Biomedicine from the University of Castilla-La Mancha (2015), with the thesis entitle "Neuroanatomical changes in the limbic system in Parkinson's disease". She is currently assistant professor in the area of Human Anatomy and Embryology. During her research career she has participated in national and regional research projects funded by various public entities and is the author of several articles published in international journals of high scientific impact, as well as book chapters. Together with the rest of the members of the Neuroplasticity and Neurodegeneration group, she develops the lines of research:
- Neuroanatomy of the olfactory system
- Neuroanatomical Changes in the Human Brain in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease
- Transgenic Models of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease