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    Jose Alberto Orfao De Matos Correia e Vale

    Universidad de Salamanca

Research team:
  • Julia Almeida Parra
  • Sonia Carretero Domínguez
  • Ignacio Criado García
  • Carlos María Fernández Giménez
  • Andrés Celestino García Montero
  • Óscar González López
  • Sara Gutiérrez Herrero
  • Quentin Lécrevisse
  • Mª Lourdes Martín Martín
  • Sergio Matarranz Sudón
  • Andrea Mayado Colino
  • Guillermo Oliva Ariza
  • Martín Pérez Andrés
  • Oihane Pérez Escurza
  • Alba Pérez Pons
  • María Aránzazu Rodríguez Caballero
  • Miryam Santos Sánchez
  • Beatriz Soriano Rodríguez
  • Blanca Fuentes Herrero
  • Cristina Gonçalves Grunho Teodosio
  • Fernando Barba Domínguez
  • Francisco Javier Morán Plata
  • José Ignacio Sánchez Gallego
  • José Manuel Serrano Lozano
  • Alba Torres Valle
Research associates:
  • María Jara Acevedo
  • María Jesús Pérez Caro
Support staff:
  • Susana Barrena Delfa
Technical staff:
  • Virginia Herraez García
  • Antonio López Fernández
  • Carlos Prieto Sánchez
  • Telmo Rodrigues Teixeira
  • María Luz Sánchez García
  • Paloma Bárcena Carrasco
Technical associates:
  • Miriam Fierro de la Fuente
  • María Sheila Mateos Dominguez
  • Silvia Martín Román
 

Research focus:

  • Definition of aberrant protein expression patterns in neoplastic cells and the relationship with their genetic origin. Clinical implications in the diagnosis, monitoring of residual disease and drug resistance, and identification of potential therapeutic targets in haematological diseases.
  • Analysis of pathways of intratumoural genetic alterations in solid tumours and malignant haematological disorders and their consequences when searching for and identifying premalignant alterations and for the early diagnosis of the malignant transformation.
  • Study the role of the immune system to monitor the progression of malignant haematological disorders and non tumoural processes (HIV infection, alcoholism and autoimmune disorders).

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