Natalia Armando has a degree in Biotechnology and works in the group ‘Molecular mechanisms involved in CRH receptors signaling’ directed by Susana Silberstein, where she studies the molecular mechanisms involved in the cell’s response to stress.
Natalia won one of the 2019 Doctoral Research Grants Max Planck Institute – Bunge y Born Foundation – Williams Foundation. She will do a stay at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, in Munich, Germany, to study the role that the CRHR2 receptor plays in the response to stress.
Fiorella Fabris is a physicist and doctoral fellow in the group ‘Information processing in cells and biological tissues’, directed by Luis Morelli. They study how cells process the information they receive from their environment and use it to make individual and collective decisions.
Fiorella received a Research Grants for Bi-nationally Supervised Doctoral Degrees, awarded by the German Academic Exchange Service, and will do a stay in the group of Christian Schröter, at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Physiology in Dortmund, Germany.