Laura Leiva currently serves as a Professor of competitive, exclusive dedication, area life sciences at the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Surveying (FACENA) UNNE, Argentina, by subjects of biological chemistry I (specialties of biochemistry and cs. chemical and environment) and bioorganic chemistry. Also collaborating on the given topics in the courses in biological physical chemistry (biochemistry race, FACENA, UNNE). Her current research activities are part of the isolation and characterization of proteins, serving as a Codirector of the Interdisciplinary Research Group, Veterinary Biochemistry, in toxinology in snake venom, which operates in the FACENA and the Faculty of Veterinary Science (UNNE). At present, she serves as a director of doctoral theses and research grants and conducts research and extension projects related to the subject of snake venom as well as human health. She also serves as a Member of the Argentina Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Research (SAIB). She participates in management activities, as part of the Postgraduate Committee, and she has served as a Member of the Commission for Race of Biochemistry and Director of the Department of Biochemistry (FACENA).
Biography Updated on 14 March 2012