Eduardo Puelles

Universidad Miguel Hernandez, Spain


I graduated in Biology in 1986 from the University of Murcia. I also obtained there my PhD in the Neuroscience program in 2000. I worked as a research fellow in the laboratory of Prof. Antonio Simeone in the MRC Center for Developmental Neurobiology in King’s College London (UK) from the beginning of 2001 to the end of 2004. I obtained a “Ramón y Cajal” fellowship in the 2003 call and delayed my incorporation to the Institute of Neuroscience of Alicante (Spain) until November 2004 where I worked in the laboratory of Prof. Salvador Martinez. In 2009 I obtained a permanent position as lecturer in human anatomy in the Universidad Miguel Hernandez and I have my own research group in the Institute of Neuroscience of Alicante. My research interest is centered in the genetic mechanisms of neuronal differentiation in the mouse embryo.

Biography Updated on 19 June 2012

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