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* '''Rubén Alcázar''' [mailto:ralcazar@ub.edu |]
 
* '''Rubén Alcázar''' [mailto:ralcazar@ub.edu |]
 
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Group Leader <br>
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University of Barcelona
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'''University of Barcelona'''<br>
  
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Short CV:
 
- Degree in Pharmacology by the University of Barcelona (1994-1999).<br>
 
- Degree in Pharmacology by the University of Barcelona (1994-1999).<br>
 
- Undergraduate research student at laboratory of Plant Physiology, University of Barcelona (1995-1998).<br>
 
- Undergraduate research student at laboratory of Plant Physiology, University of Barcelona (1995-1998).<br>

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Dept. Biology, Healthcare & Environment
Section of Plant Physiology
Facultat de Farmàcia, Av. Joan XXIII 27-31
08028 Barcelona, Spain

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Group members


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  • Rubén Alcázar |

Group Leader
University of Barcelona

Short CV: - Degree in Pharmacology by the University of Barcelona (1994-1999).
- Undergraduate research student at laboratory of Plant Physiology, University of Barcelona (1995-1998).
- PhD in Plant Biology by the Univeristy of Barcelona (2004).
- Postdoc at Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research (2006-2012). Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics. Groups of Dr. Matthieu Reymond, Prof. Maarten Koornneef and Prof. Jane Parker.
- Ramón y Cajal researcher at University of Barcelona (2012-currently).




  • Kostadin Evgeniev

Affiliated to the group of Prof. A.F. Tiburcio at the same department, Kostadin is performing GWAS mapping in Arabidopsis and gene characterization.
Areas of expertise: proteomics, molecular biology.



  • Raúl Sánchez

Research student. Raúl participates in the DISEASENVIRON project.
Areas of expertise: genetics, biology, bioinformatics.