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Ines Palacios Blanco
Ines spent six months in our lab (February-July 2018) to carry out her Final Degree Project (TFG), with which she
completed her Degree in Biochemistry at UAM. Her TFG work involved the connections between the Nrf2 transcription factor and primary cilia. She is currently a master student at the University of Salamanca.

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Leticia Gallego Colastra
Leticia spent over six months in our lab in 2016-2017. He first came for six weeks (July-August 2016), and then for five more months (February-June 2017). In this second stint in the lab, Leticia carried out her TFG (Final Degree Project), with which she completed her Biochemistry Degree (UAM, 2017). Her work consisted in generating a CRISPR knockout cell line lacking the EVC gene. Leticia is currently a Master student.

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Paula Pereira Bouzas
Paula spent four months in our lab (March-June 2017) to carry out her Final Degree Project (TFG), with which she completed her Biology Degree from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). In her TFG, she generated several plasmids encoding ciliary GPCRs, which she then used to study GPCR cilia localization and protein-protein interactions. Paula is currently a Master student at the University of Barcelona.

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Kimberly Rodriguez Herrera
Kimberly spent six months in our lab (February-July 2017) to carry out her Final Degree Project (TFG), with which she will complete her Biology Degree from the University of Alcala de Henares (UAH). In her TFG, she studied how posttranslational modifications affect the ciliary localization and protein-protein interactions of EVC proteins. Kimberly is currently finishing her studies at UAH.

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Patricia Peña San Felix
Patricia spent seven weeks in our lab in October-November 2016. During this period, she became acquainted with several recombinant DNA techniques, which she used for plasmid generation. She also got introduced to other techniques we use in the lab such as cell culture, Western blotting and immunofluorescence microscopy. Patricia is now finishing her Biochemistry Degree at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM).

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Tania Sanchez-Bayuela Recio
Tania spent six weeks in our lab in June-July 2016. During this period, she became acquainted with several recombinant DNA techniques, which she used for plasmid generation. She also got introduced to other techniques we use in the lab such as cell culture, Western blotting and immunofluorescence microscopy. Tania is now finishing her Biochemistry Degree at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM).

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David Fortunato Mancilla Leon
David is a medical student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He was in the lab for little more than a month, in June-July 2018. During this period he had his first direct contact with laboratory-based biomedical research. He is back at UNAM pursuing his medical studies.

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