Dra. Montserrat García Díaz - Fernández-Vega Ophthalmological Institute

Dra. Montserrat García Díaz

  • Doctor in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Universidad de Oviedo (2011).
  • Bachelor’s degree, Licenciatura. Faculty of Biology. Universidad de Oviedo (2004).
  • Degree in Biology. Universidad de Oviedo (2002).
  • Honorary Collaborator, assigned to the Surgery and Medical-Surgical Specialties Department of Universidad de Oviedo (2013-2015).
  • Honorary Collaborator assigned to Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Universidad de Oviedo (research projects and teaching; 2006-2011).
  • Honorary Collaborator assigned to the Medicine Department (Pharmacology dept.) at Universidad de Oviedo (research projects and teaching; 2004-2006).
  • Scholar, R&D+i workplace allocation to university graduates, Programa Jovellanos de Concesión de Ayudas a Empresas para la Incorporación de Titulados Universitarios a Proyectos y Actividades de I+D+i within the Principado de Asturias (2011-2012).
  • Scholar, national HR Programa Nacional de Contratación e Incorporación de RRHH: Sub-program Torres Quevedo (2013-2016), Ministry of Finance and Competitiveness.
  • Has carried out numerous scientific reports at conferences and seminars, as well as in several scientific-technical periodicals.
  • Participation in the following R&D projects: 
    • Development of methods based on spectrometry of masses and its application to the possible therapeutic targets within age-related macular degeneration (2017-2019).
    • Biomarkers for Glaucoma for Early Diagnosis (2015-2016).
    • The redox Zinc-metalothioneine cycle as a therapeutic target in the treatment of age-related macular degeneration (DMAE) (2014-2015).
    • Studies of haplotypes in the gene CFH and their relation to age-related macular degeneration (DMAE) in the Spanish population and the search for genetic biomarkers (2013-2016).
    • Early diagnosis of glaucoma: application of new technologies in ascertaining serum biomarkers (2013-2014).
    • Involvement of microRNAs in the diagnosis of ocular pathologies (2011-2012).
  • Member of Sociedad Española de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular (SEBBM; desde el 2007).
  • Member of Zinc-Net: The Network for the Biology of Zinc (since 2013).

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