I obtained my degree in Biotechnology and Molecular Genetics from the
National University of Quilmes in 2010 (summa cum laude). As an
undergraduate I worked in Dr Javier Santos¹ Lab, where I carried
biophysical studies on the folding and oligomerization of mitochondrial
proteins. In 2011 I joined Dr Patricia Elizalde¹s Lab to work on the role
of microRNA in the metastatic dissemination and resistance to therapies in
breast cancer. I got my PhD in Biological Chemistry from the University of
I joined Dr. Ari Melnick¹s Lab in 2016. My research focuses on dissecting the impact and mechanisms of action of mutations found in B-cell lymphoma patients, particularly those affecting epigenetic regulating complexes. I am currently a Career Development Fellow from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.