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medical researcher

Ana Pombo, Portuguese medical researcher. Recipient Robert Feulgen prize, Society Histochemistry, 2007, Development Gap Fund, Medical Research Council-Technology, 2007; Hayward Junior Research fellowship, Oriel College, Oxford, 1997—2000, Dorothy Hodgkin fellowship, Royal Society, 1998—2002, fellowship, European Union FP7 Program ITN-InteGeR, since 2009, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council program grant, since 2010.

Background

Pombo, Ana was born on March 5, 1969 in Portugal.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, University Lisbon, Portugal. Master of Science in Biochemistry, University Lisbon, Portugal, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy in Physiological Sciences, University Oxford, 1998.

Career

Demonstrator cell biology Superior Institute Health Sciences, Portugal, 1992—1993. Hayward junior research fellow Oriel College University Oxford, 1997—2000. Research fellow Royal Society Dorothy, Sir William Dunn School Pathology, 1998—2000.

Honorary senior lecturer, division lin. science Imperial College, London, 2000—2007, group head, Medical Research Council Clinical Sciences Center, since 2000, honorary reader cell biology division clinical science, since 2007. Editorial board member Epigenetics & Chromatin, BioMed Central, since 2008, Nucleus', Landes Bioscis., since 2009.

Membership

Member of British Society Cell Biology.

Connections

Married Francisco Ramirez, August 6, 1998. 1 child Sara.

spouse:
Francisco Ramirez

child:
Sara Pombo