Associate Professor of Molecular Medicine, College of Medicine, Swansea University, UK
Dr. Gonzalez graduated from Biochemistry at the University of Havana, Cuba (1997) and started her research career exploring the roles of NO in vascular endothelium as a member of Prof. Rojas group (Centre for Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Havana). She was the recipient of an EGIDE fellowship (2000-2002), visiting Dr. Jean-Claude Drapier?s lab (ICSN-CNRS, Gif-Sur-Yvette, France). She proceeded to join Professor Conlan?s group, working on characterisation of transcription repression mechanisms (2003-2005) at Swansea University; where she completed her PhD in Molecular Biology (2007).
She currently holds an Associate Professor position within the Reproductive Biology and Gynaecological Oncology Group at Swansea University Medical School. Her research focuses on biomarkers and hormone receptor ligands associated with female infertility and gynaecological cancers, and the development of therapeutics (Antibody Drug Conjugates and nanomedicines) and companion diagnostics for ovarian cancer. Her aim is to translate basic research findings into clinically relevant observations for patient benefit.
Reproductive biology and Gynecological Oncology,NanoHealth, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Reproductive Biology, Nanotechnology applications in Healthcare, Infertility Research, Cancer Research, Basic Research, Translational Research, Industrial Collaborative Research, NHS (UK Health Service) Collaborative Research.