Alumni

   

Magda Hernández-Vásquez

Ph.D.

 2017
 

On June 30, 2017 I obtained the Ph.D. in Pharmacology.

My work: "Characterization of the signal transduction mechanisms of the Tumor Endothelial Marker 5 (TEM5/GPR124) in the angiogenic process" was published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. During my training, I did a work visit at the lab of Jean-François Côté, at IRCM in Montreal.
 

Ricardo Hernández-García

Ph.D.

 2016

On June 30, 2016 I obtained the Ph.D. in Pharmacology.

My work: "Endothelial RhoGEFs: systematic analysis of their expression profile in tumor and VEGF-stimulated endothelial cells" was published in Vascular Pharmacology. During my training, I contributed to the characterization of novel angiogenic signal transduction mechanisms that resulted in publications in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, Molecular Pharmacology and BBRC. In addition, I did a work visit at the University of California, Los Angeles in the laboratory of Dr. Luisa Iruela- Arispe.
 

Lydia Chávez-Vargas


Ph.D.

2016

On June 30, 2016 I obtained Ph.D. in Pharmacology.

My work : "Molecular aspects of the interaction between the  Protein Kinase A and the RacGEF P-Rex1 and its relevance in angiogenic signaling " was published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. I received the "Tabor Award" by the ASBMB . As part of my training, I did a work visit at the NCVC in Osaka, Japan, in the laboratory of Dr. Naoki Mochizuki.
 

Evelyn Robles Molina
Ph D.
2014

 I work in the area of regulatory issues and in the design and analysis of clinical studies for biotechnology products at Probiomed.
Ismael Bracho Valdés
Ph.D
2014
I am Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at the School of Medicine of the National Polytechnic Institute

Iliana Ramírez Rangel
Ph.D.
2011
I work for Starway SP ZOO SK, based in Warsaw, Poland, from where I travel around the world giving seminars and directing projects related to human development.

Jorge Carretero Ortega
Ph.D.

2009
M.S.
2005

I am a postdoc in the lab of Jesús Torres-Vázquez's at New York University. The focus of my work is elucidating how the endothelial receptor PlexinD1 (PlxnD1) transforms extracellular Semaphorin cues into signals that shape the anatomy of angiogenic blood vessels. To uncover the mechanisms that shape the reproducible vertebrate anatomy I am studying the development of the zebrafish 1ary Segmental (1ary Se) vessels. These evolutionarily conserved arterial angiogenic vessels arise from the aorta acquiring a simple and repetitive pattern, are made of few endothelial cells whose behaviors are easily imaged with cellular resolution and can be studied using genetic, chemical and embryological tools.

María Luisa Guzmán Hernández
Ph.D.

2008
M.S.
2004

After finishing my Ph.D. in Pharmacology I went to the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, USA as posdoc with Tamas Balla. I have been working on two interesting projects: one is concerned with the trafficking of the VEGF and another which explores the role of lipids transfer proteins in the distribution of phosphatidylinositol within various membranes.

Ivette Hernández Negrete
Ph.D.
2007
After getting my PhD I have been working in different labs in the UK. At the moment, I am part of the dementia group at Birmingham University where I study drug repurposing for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. My main interest outside Academia involves science communication and public engagement. I do this mainly by writing for my blog and participating in outreach activities at schools and science fairs. 

Raúl Vega Fonseca
M.S.
2019
On December 13, I earned the Master of Science degree in the specialty of Pharmacology. My thesis was titled: Chemotactic signaling by GPCRs: Galpha-interacting proteins as potential Ggetagamma regulators.

Adán Olguín Olguín
M.S.
2011
Currently (2014), I am Ph.D. student in Biomedical Sciences at the Institute for Cell Biology
Center for Molecular Biology of Inflammation (ZMBE) at Münster, Germany
. My research is aimed at understanding the process of cell development and migration. After getting my M.S. in Pharmacology, I stayed for a while in the lab as research assistant before moving to Germany.

Liseth Rubí Aldaba Muruato
M.S.
2007
I’m currently at the Department of Morphology, Center for Basic Sciences Autonomous University of Aguascalientes,
studying the induction of the inflammatory process during amoebic liver abscess by Entamoeba histolytica and its possible regulation by the sympathetic nervous system: Modulation of Nrf2, NFκB and oxidative stress. After obtaining my M.S., I did my Ph.D with Dr. Pablo Muriel.

Ana Luisa Esparza Silva
M.S.
2006
After getting my M.S. in Pharmacology, I went to the Biomedical Research Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico as Ph.D. student in Biomedical Sciences.

Jonathan García Román
M.S.
2006
Currently (2014), I am doing a postdoctoral training under Dr. Andreas Roidl and Dr. Ernts Wagner Supervision in Ludwig-Maximilian University. Munich, Germany. My work focuses on the role of microRNAs over breast cancer metastasis.    After completing my M.S., I did PhD studies under Dr. Claudia Gonzalez Espinosa and Monica Lamas Gregori supervision, at the Pharmacobiology department CINVESTAV. Then a postdoctoral training under Dr. Alejandro Zentella Dehesa supervision, at the Salvador Zubiran National Nutrition Hospital. 

Sandra Sánchez Barbosa
M.S.
2005
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Lizbeth Ramírez Vidal
undergrad Biology
2008
After completing my B.S. in Biology, I went to the Cell Physiology Institute of the National Autonomous University of Mexico as Ph.D. student in Biomedical Sciences.