torresIsabel Torres

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She graduated in Pharmacy in 2011 from the University of Valencia. During the following six months she did an internship at the Pharmacy Division of the University Clinic Bonn in the framework of the ERASMUS program. In 2012 she joined as a pre-doctoral fellow in our group. Currently she is working on her Thesis investigating the changes secondary to asphyxia in term and preterm birth to improve mortality and morbidity in these patients and facilitate the establishment of improved resuscitation protocols.


Most relevant publications

I. Torres, K.C. Prabha, O. Köroğlu, J. Kuligowski, J. Escobar, R.J. Martin, M. Vento, Chronic intermittent hypoxia causes redox impairment in the central nervous system of neonates, Redox Signaling and Oxidative Stress in Health and Disease (2012) Valencia, Poster.

J. Escobar, M. Enamoto, K. Gosal, E. Cubells, I. Torres, R.P. Jankov, M. Vento, J. Belik, Greater Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) expression in female lungs Might be Responsible for Sex Differences in the Newborn Rat Pulmonary Vascular Tone Following Short-Term Exposure to 100% Oxygen, Redox Signaling and Oxidative Stress in Health and Disease (2012) Valencia, Poster.

J. Kuligowski, I. Torres, K. Teramo, V. Stefanovic, S. Andersson, A. Arduini, M. Vento, Oxidative Stress Biomarkers and Erythropoietin in Amniotic Fluid of Diabetic Pregnancies, Redox Signaling and Oxidative Stress in Health and Disease (2012) Valencia, Poster.