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Laura Carramolino Fitera
Laura obtained her Ph.D. at the Autonomous University of Madrid. She worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Biological Research (CIB). After spent some time in the industry, she joined the CNIC in 2007, where she has been working in cardiac development, to understand the origin of smooth muscle cells in atherosclerosis and the modulation pathways they undergo during this disease.
She has extensive experience in diverse methodology, from molecular biology to immunology, heart development, animal models and histology, among other things.
Outside of the lab, Laura enjoys a good walk, play tennis, and photography.
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