Yolanda graduated in Biology at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She did her PhD in María Monsalve´s lab (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares, CNIC, Madrid), studying the transcriptional regulation of antioxidant genes in the vasculature. She then moved to London (UK) where after a short stay at Imperial College London, she joined Jeremy Carlton´s lab (King´s College London and The Francis Crick Institute) for her postdoc. Her work in the Carlton lab was instrumental in discovering that ESCRT-III regulates mitotic nuclear envelope regeneration. In September 2019, Yolanda joined Universidad Complutense de Madrid to start her own line of research with a Ramón y Cajal fellowship.
CAM 'Empleo Joven' Scheme
From December 2022
'I Investigate' Programme
From June 2023
Inés Julia Herrera. Scholarship from Ministerio de Educación 2021-22.
Javier Cuenca Ortega. Scholarship from Ministerio de Educación and Final Year Project 2022-23.
Rafael Valdelvira Contreras. Predoc student, Programa Garantía Juvenil, CAM. March 2019-March 2020.
Karina Aracely Pilicita Tipán. Master student in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biomedicine, UCM. 2019-20.
Celia Nieto López. Master student in Genetics and Cell Biology, UCM-UAM-UAH. 2019-20. Visiting scientist till July 21.