Antonio J. Giraldez PhD

Professor of Genetics; Member of the Yale Cancer Center; Member of the Stem Cell Center; Director of Graduate Studies

Biographical Info

Antonio studied Chemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Cadiz and the University Autonoma of Madrid. During undergraduate, he worked with Gines Morata at the CBM in Madrid. Antonio did his PhD with Stephen Cohen at the EMBL (Heidelberg) (1998-2002) and a post-doc with Alex Schier at the Skirball Institute (NYU) and Harvard (2003-2006). Antonio is currently an Assistant Professor in the Genetics Department at Yale University (2007- ).


Education & Training

B.S.
University Autonoma of Madrid (1998)
Ph.D.
European Molecular Biology Laboratorium (EMBL) (2002)
Post.Doc.
Skirball. New York University, School of Medicine.N.Y
Post.Doc.
Harvard University, MA.

Honors & Recognition

  • Pew Scholar in Biomedical Sciences
    Pew foundation (2008)
  • Lois E. and Franklin H. Top, Jr., Yale Scholar Award
    Yale University (2007)
  • John Kendrew Young investigator Award
    EMBL, Heidelberg (2007)
  • NYAS Blavatnik Young Investigator Award (Finalist)
    New York Accademy of Sciences (2007)

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