These are the 9 CERFA members that this year host students of science from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid as part of our 2021 CERFA-UAM Traineeship Programme. To further aid to develop the careers of these students, CERFA awards them with a travel grant and a workshop in career exploration (more information here).

We thank our host CERFA members for providing the students with this opportunity and hope that the students can take the best of their international experience.

  • Dr. Maite Aguado Molina
    • Student: Iñigo Vicente Hernández
    • Institution:  University of Göttingen
    • Project: “Free living Platyhelminthes from the island of Sylt: connecting holotypes from the Biodiversity Museum of Göttingen with molecular and digital morphology”
  • Irene Aranda Pardos
    • Student: Elena Sánchez Sánchez
    • Institution:  University of Münster
    • Project: “Heterogeneity in tissue-resident macrophages during phagocytosis: cytokine profile and phagosome-related molecules”
  • Dr. Eva Blasco
    • Student: Ian MacLean
    • Institution:  University of Heidelberg
    • Project: “Novel Liquid Crystalline Materials for 3D Printing at the Micro- and Nanoscale”
  • Dr. Ana del Arco Ochoa
    • Student: Dalys Salazar Muñoz
    • Institution:  Limnological Institute in Constance
    • Project: “Effect of sub-lethal antiviral concentrations in virus evolvability
  • Dr. Paloma Duran Ballesteros 
    • Student: Marta Vergara Torres
    • Institution:  Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne
    • Project: “Chlamydomonas reinhardtii interactions with soil-borne bacteria through omics and high throughput methods”
  • Dr. Celia Escudero Hernández  
    • Student: Mercedes Villena Pérez
    • Institution:  University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein in Kiel
    • Project: Intestinal epithelial cell stress modulates enteric fibroblastic and neuronal profiles in inflammatory bowel disease” 
  • Dr. Maite Ogueta Gutierrez  
    • Student: Blanca Genoveva Sánchez Navarro
    • Institution:  University of Münster
    • Project: “Quasimodo and the circadian clock of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster”
  • Dr. Jesús Perez Ríos  
    • Student: Nadia González Rodríguez
    • Institution:  Max Planck Society in Berlin
    • Project: “Formation and characterisation of vdW molecules in buffer gas cells”
  • Dr. Pablo Suarez Cortes 
    • Student: Raquel Victoria Pérez Fernández
    • Institution:  Max Planck institute for Infection Biology in Berlin
    • Project: “Characterization of genes involved in cell to cell signalling during transmission of Plasmodium falciparum”
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