LAB TEAM

If you are interested in contributing to the development of genetics or genomics at a global level, contact us and let’s talk about alternatives for you to join our research team.

Débora Torrealba

Post Doc.

PhD by Universidad de Barcelona, España. Linkedin. debora.torrealba@pucv.cl

Paula Valenzuela

PhD student

Biotechnologist by Universidad Andrés Bello Chile. Linkedin

Marco Ontiveros

PhD student

Biologist by Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, México. Master of aquaculture by CICESE.

M. Angélica Rueda

Post Doc.

PhD by Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina. Linkedin. maria.rueda.c@pucv.cl

Margarita Rivera

PhD student

Agricultural engineer by Universidad de Las Fuerzas Armadas, ESPE, Ecuador. Linkedin

Jaqueline Flores

PhD student

Genomic Biotechnologist by Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México. Linkedin

Carlos Gutierrez

PhD student

Biotechnologist by Universidad Andrés Bello Chile. Linkedin

Daniela López

PhD student

Biologist by Universidad de Carabobo, Venezuela. Linkedin

Nicol Delgado

Research support.

Graduate in Biochemistry by Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso. Linkedin

Cristóbal Domínguez

PhD student

Marine biologist by Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Ecuador. Linkedin

Yessica Ortega

PhD student

Veterinary Science Graduate by Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Perú. Linkedin

Fabian Allende

Undergraduate student

Bachelor degree in Biochemistry by Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso. Linkedin

Kathleen Tapia

Undergraduate student.

Bachelor degree in Biochemistry by Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso. Linkedin

During the XVIII Latin American Congress of Genetic (2021, Valdivia, Chile), our lab won two best poster prize: 1) Mónica Díaz in plant genetics, 2) Débora Torrealba and Carolina Figueroa in genetics and selecting breeding.

«Scientists can pose problems that affect the environment based on the available evidence, but their solution is not the responsibility of scientists, it is the whole of society.»

«Los científicos pueden plantear los problemas que afectarán al medio ambiente con base en la evidencia disponible, pero su solución no es responsabilidad de los científicos, es de toda la sociedad.»

MARIO JOSÉ MOLINA-PASQUEL HENRÍQUEZ, MEXICAN Nobel Prize in CHEMISTRY 1995.

Historical photo.

2022. Undergraduate thesis approved (August 19, 2022). Kathleen Tapia (Biochemistry) and Fabian Allende (Biochemistry), Debora Torrealba (Thesis supervisor), José Gallardo (thesis committee member).

2021. Lab team: Jaqueline (México), Margarita (Ecuador), Paula (Chile), Debora (Chile), Pamela (Chile), Mónica (Colombia).

2021. Monica Diaz, Graduate with Honors from the Ph.D. in Biotechnology.

2019 – Chile-Sweden project, industry seminar in Puerto Varas, Chile.

AQUACULTURE EUROPE 2019, BERLIN, GERMANY

XXXVII Congreso de Ciencias del Mar, Valparaíso, 2017

Closing meeting. Innovative Salicornia-Based Food Project, Valparaíso 2014.

Open meeting. Sea lice project, Valparaíso 2008.

2008 – Field work Puerto Montt, Chile.

2007 – Sea lice project.

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