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Research centres : Centro Nacional de Biotecnología (CNB). CSIC. Madrid

Ana María González García

Degree in Chemistry, Universidad Autónoma, Madrid. She prepared her doctoral thesis in the Immunology and Oncology Department of the Centro Nacional de Biotecnología. She went on to work at the Cancer Research Institute, London, to continue her postdoctoral training.

During this time she centred on studying the effecting routes of the Ras oncogene, creating a genetic model in mice for analysis of the biological function of RalGDS-Ral. In 2004 she joined the Centro Nacional de Biotecnología as a Ramón y Cajal researcher, where she researches the involvement of Ral and PI3K in several pathologies.

She has published more than 25 articles in international scientific journals, and has taken part in a total of 15 research projects financed by public and private bodies, in four of which she was the head researcher.

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