I did my Ph.D in molecular genetics of cancer in the University of the Basque Country in 2010. During my Ph.D. I spent some time in London in an internship, and it was then when I realized I wanted to live in other cities and get to know other people and gain experiences, so in 2012 I moved to New York to work first at Rutgers University, and since 2014 at Mount Sinai Hospital. After five years of postdoctoral experience I started to realize that I needed to expand my professional life and find other career paths. As much as I love science i felt I needed to do something else…something else in the world and for the world…all the projects that are ongoing in GoTogether Initiative have a common purpose, joining people and forces to gain access to science to those with less possibilities, because we believe that through an accessible science we can build a more prosperous world.
- Former Kurdish refugee wins the Fields medal August 10, 2018
- INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM March 12, 2018
- CONVIVIAL December 9, 2017
- WORLD REFUGEE DAY 2017 June 20, 2017
- The scientists who had to start over: ‘five years of my career have been wiped out’ May 17, 2017
- – PEACE IS NOT ONLY THE ABSENCE OF CONFLICT – May 8, 2017