Pilar Martin-Duque received a B.S. degree in pharmacy, University Complutense de Madrid, Spain, 1994, and a Ph.D. degree in medicine, University Autonoma de Madrid, 1999, and received a Postdoc. stay in Cancer Research-UK, London, UK. In 2002, she was awarded with a prestigious tenure track, from the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology and chose to work at the University Francisco de Vitoria (Madrid) where she is currently still a Professor. In September 2007, she got a permanent position at the Aragon Institute of Health Research as a Researcher supported by ARAID, where she started in October 2008 (foundation created in 2005 promoted by the Aragonn Government and the University of Zaragoza). She is leading the emerging research group specialized in gene and cell therapy for cancer and regenerative medicine, where she has been working since 1994, making several contributions to the field.
Biography Updated on 10 November 2012