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Research centres : Instituto de Biología y Genética Molecular. CSIC. Valladolid.

Andrés Alonso García

Andrés Alonso García A native of Salamanca, where he studied biology, he completed his Ph.D. at the University of Valladolid, investigating the induction of gene expression in macrophages by inflammatory stimuli. In 1999 he moved to San Diego, California, to continue his post-doctoral training, performing a more in-depth study of signalling in the immune system, in this case investigating the role of different tyrosine phosphatases in T cell antigen signalling.

Returning to Valladolid in 2004, he joined the Molecular Biology and Genetics Institute (IBGM) in Valladolid, where he is currently a senior scientist for the CSIC. His work is focused on the study of the role of tyrosine phosphatases in immune system cells and the alterations of these proteins that can lead to the emergence of various diseases.

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