Paula Barrionuevo received her degree as biologist from FCEyN of UBA where she also received her Ph.D. degree in biological sciences. Paula Barrionuevo serves as Professor of introduction to molecular and cellular biology at the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences (FCEyN) of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and Investigator of the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research of Argentina (CONICET). Her doctoral and postdoctoral studies were performed at the Immunology Section of the Institute of Hematologic Research of the National Academy of Medicine and Immunogenetics Laboratory of the Clinical Hospital, respectively, as a Fellow of CONICET. Dr. Barrionuevo is the Director of the Laboratory of Regulation of Immune Response Mediated by Pathogens at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of the National Academy of Medicine, specializing in immune evasion strategies and mechanisms mediated by Brucella abortus. She received grants from the National Agency for Scientific and Technical Promotion of Argentina, CONICET, and Alberto J. Roemmers Foundation. She is Director of Ph.D. degree students and undergraduate fellows of the University of Buenos Aires and CONICET. She is Reviewer of publications for several journals like Microbes and Infection, PLos ONE, and Open Journal of Immunology, among others, and project evaluator of CONICET and the National Agency for Scientific and Technical Promotion of Argentina.
Biography Updated on 27 July 2014