Biography Dr. Claudia Riedel | IMII

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Dr. Claudia Riedel
Principal Investigator
Universidad Andrés Bello

Current position: Since March 2005 Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Biological Sciences. Universidad Andrés Bello.

Previous Position: Research Associate 2003-2004 University of the Andes.


1988-1995 Masters in Biochemistry, P. Catholic University of Chile.

1996-1998 Master of Science, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

1998-2002 Ph.D. in Pharmacology, in the laboratory of Dr. Nancy Carrasco in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

Scholarships Honors and Awards

1. Pre-doctoral internships, professional development grants. U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command Office of Medical Research Programs led Congress FY 1999 Breast Cancer Research Program. Project Title: "Regulation of I-Transport in cell lines of breast cancer"

Two. Gordon Conference on Membrane Transport Proteins: physiological and pathophysiological implications. Connecticut College, New London, CT. 22-27 July 2000. Communication: Riedel C, Levy O, De la Vieja A, Dohan O, C. Ginter and N. Carrasco "Regulation of Na + / I-symporter (NIS) for thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)"

Three. Regular FONDECYT 1040349 # (2004-2007).

"Study of the Effects of I-deficient intake during gestation and lactation on:
I. Excitatory neurotransmission and neurotrophin expression in the cerebral cortex and hippocampus.
II. Expression transporter Na + / I-(NIS) in the mammary gland and placenta. "

April. Universidad Andrés Bello # DI-01-05R, (2005-2007)
"Molecular analysis of the mechanism underlying the inhibitory action of BDNF on the NMDA receptor ACTIVITY from the hypothyroid brain of Animals"

May. Charity Donation Dr.Bastian Gompert (ongoing, 2005-2010).
"Identification and cloning of the symporter natrium / iodide (NIS) from bolieviensis Thyroid Aulyscomis"

June. Universidad Andrés Bello # DI-44-08 / R (2008-2009) "Analysis of the Effect of Maternal hypothyroxinemia on the progeny, on the dendritic structures of hippocampal neurons and on the expression of transcription factors in response to learning" .


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