Verónica Martínez Cerdeño, Ph.D.
Institute for Pediatric Regenerative Medicine
Shriners Hospital of Northern California
2425 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817
- Stem and progenitor cells properties and behavior in the normal and pathogenic developing cerebral cortex.
- Properties of cerebral stem cells after transplantation in specific brain areas to treat damaged tissue by injury or degenerative processes.
Dr. Martínez Cerdeño received a B.S. in 1998, from Complutense University, Spain. In 2002, received her Ph.D. from the Autónoma University of Madrid, Spain. After completing doctorate in Neuroscience, Dr. Martinez Cerdeño completed her postdoctoral training at Columbia University in New York, at UCSF in San Francisco, and at the MIND Institute at UC Davis Medical Center.
Currently, Dr. Martínez Cerdeño serves as Assistant Professor at the Department of Medical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UC Davis. She also is a Faculty member of the Institute for Pediatric Regenerative Medicine at Shriners Hospital of Northern California/UC Davis Medical Center where she joined in 2008.
Dr. Martínez Cerdeño is a member of the Society for Neuroscience, Cajal Club, International Society for Stem Cell Research, American Association for the Advancement of Science, European Researchers Abroad, International Society for Autism Research, Spanish Society of Neuroscience, and European Society of Neuroscience.