The Erasmus+ intern will be involved in a project related to the generation of new neurons in the adult mouse brain, a process known as adult neurogenesis.
The candidate will work within the Development Neurobiology (GNDe) group led by Dr. Fernando de Castro Soubriet at the Cajal Institute in Madrid.
In this project, we propose the development of a tool based on performance indicators, which will allow monitoring and evaluating gender roles and inequalities in scientific events in Europe to address the underrepresentation of women.
Our laboratory is interested in the study of sex differences in neurodegenerative diseases. We also aim to correlate the functional state of glia with age, hormone levels and the animal’s sex.
The Erasmus+ student will be integrated within the group of Dr.
Our lab is amply experienced in the training of researchers at different levels and from several countries. In particular, we have previously hosted Erasmus students both undergraduated and graduated.
The Paleoanthropology Group of the MNCN is among the leading groups in Virtual Morphology, 3D geometric morphometrics and human evolutionary anatomy.
Regulation of the cell cycle in cancer cells by RNA methylation.
Working in a day center for people with multiple disabilities: Supporting users in the performance of certain activities by leading specialists; Hand holding / drawing, modeling, cropping, etc.