Marina Martínez-Bartolomé, Ph.D
My research interests are developmental evolution, regeneration, gene regulation and cell type evolution. During my Ph.D. at Range lab at Auburn University, I studied the molecular mechanisms and gene regulatory networks during early patterning of the sea urchin embryo.
During my postdoctoral research position at Röttinger lab at the Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging in Nice (IRCAN) I investigated the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying whole-body regeneration in the cnidarian sea anemone Nematostella vectensis. In particular, my research focused on the apoptosis-dependent mechanisms during the tissue crosstalk required to induce a regenerative response.
Currently, I worked as a Light Microscopy Product Specialist at ZEISS Microscopy, Carl Zeiss Iberia SL.