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Lab 1-4 (first floor)
Group Leader, Computational Cell Biology Group
Ana Rojas is a Molecular Biologist by training with a strong expertise in Bioinformatics and computational sciences acquired during 6 years of pre and postdoctoral training in the USA. She was trained at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, University of California in San Diego and The Burnham Institute where she worked with leading researchers such as Professors Doolittle, McClelland, Godzik, and Reed. She returned to Spain in late 2003 to work in the Spanish National Biotechnology Center (CNB-CSIC) and later on in the Spanish National Cancer Center (CNIO) working with Prof. Alfonso Valencia. She was awarded a prestigious NASA fellowship that constituted her transition work to Bioinformatics. In 2005, she was awarded a Marie Curie Reintegration grant for two years. In 2008 she was appointed as head of the Computational Cell Biology Group at the IMPPC.
For Ana's personal scientific webpage please to to: http://www.http://www.ccbg.es