Glòria Garrabou had completed Grade in Biological Sciences, specialization in Molecular, Cell Biology and Genetics, at the UAB, 2001 , Post grade in Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics at the UB, 2002 and Master in Genetics at the UB, 2003 PhD (Cum Laude and Extraordinary Doctoral Thesis award) at the UB 2008 , Numerous courses in genetics (SEG/CNAG), respirometry/fluorometry (Oroboros, Austria), microscopy (CSIC), statistics (UB), mitochondrial diseases (UAM), writing competitive proposals (ERC calls; IDIBAPS/CIBERER), medical English (UB), teaching skills (UB), etc She is an Accredited researcher R3A IDIBAPS contracted by the CIBER of Rare Diseases (CIBERER) at the Muscle Research and Mitochondrial function Laboratory, IDIBAPS. Specialization in the study of mitochondrial and bioenergetic implication in: toxicity, obstetric complications, cardiomyopathy, neurodegeneration and neuromuscular disorders. Coordinator of the Lab in collaboration with the clinical chiefs Member of a Consolidated Group from the Generalitat of Catalunya (SGR), the MetNet and the Cardionet societies Participation in the Research Team of 36 competitive projects and 7 projects as Principal investigator: 2 FIPSEs in mitotoxicity of HIV and medication; 1 FIS and 1 CONACyT in neurodegeneration and 1 FIS and 2 ACCIs in neuromuscular and mitochondrial diseases (MNGIE, SKS and sIBM). Funding of human and material resources, with meritorious results.
Title : Molecular characterization of fibroblasts’ models of neurologic and neuromuscular diseases