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Soraya L. Valles
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  • Valencia
  • Spain
  • Professor Physiology
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Steven Curley, M.D. and Soraya L. Valles are now friends
Oct 7, 2015
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Aug 4, 2015
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"Thursday t the congress in international glia congress in Bilbao, 2015. So I grew there so I may be remember my past too."
Jul 12, 2015
Soraya L. Valles left a comment for Patricia A. Broderick Ph.D.
"Hy Patricia,  I will invite you to be my friend because we work in physiology and neuroscience too.  Best regards"
Jul 12, 2015
Soraya L. Valles left a comment for George Perry
"Hy George, I will meet Dr. Heneka this 10th of july in Valencia and after that I will be in the consortium in CEE and probably we can manage with a big grant about Alzheimer's disease, glia and inflammmation. With your help too, obviously. Best…"
Jul 7, 2015
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"Hy Dr. Meyers, I would include you as a friend, can I do?"
Jul 7, 2015
Soraya L. Valles and George Perry are now friends
Jul 7, 2015
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"if you want to stay with a good faculty professors"
Jun 18, 2015
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"I am going to international glia meeting in Bilbao to meet people to do a European grant, about inflammation, glia and Alzheimer's disease"
Jun 15, 2015
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Job Title
Professor Physiology
School
School of Medicine, University of Valencia
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests (List All Please)
Pathotoxicology, Neurodegeneration, neuroevolution, neuroontogonic, Alzheimer's disease and drugs in Central Nervous Sistem

Education and professional appointment, Soraya L. Valles

- B.S. in Biological Sciences, University of Valencia (1990, June).

- Fellow in Biochemistry of the University of Valencia (FISss: Fondo de Investigaciones Sanitarias de la seguridad social), 1992-1995.

- Fellow I.V.E.I. (Instituto Valenciano de Estudios e Investigacion) (post-doctoral), 1996.

- Fellow I.I.C. (Instituto de Investigaciones Citologicas) (post-doctoral), 1997.

- Ph.D. in Biochemistry, University of Valencia (1996, July). Dissertation: “Changes of astroglia intermediate filaments gene expression during rat brain development: Effect of alcohol exposure”; Supervisor: Dra. Consuelo Guerri.

- Postdoctoral position. From july 1996 to 31-10-1997. Instituto de Investigaciones Citológicas. Valencia, Spain.

- Postdoctoral Research Assistant. Hallamshire Hospital. University of Sheffield. Sheffield, UK. From: 1-11-1997. To: 31-10-2000.

- Postdoctoral position. Instituto de Investigaciones Citológicas. Valencia, Spain. From 2000 to 2004.

- Lecturer position (Profesor ayudante doctor). Department of Physiology. Medicine Faculty. University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain. 2004-2008.

- Lecturer position (Profesor contratado doctor) Permanent position. Department of Physiology. Medicine Faculty. University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain. Since 2008 to 2010

- Assistant Professor. (Profesor Titular). Permanent position. Department of Physiology, School of medicine, University of Valencia, Spain. Since 2010 to actually days.

- Professor at Euro-mediterranean master ISIS-TEMPUS in Neuroscience and biotechnology.

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