Doctor on Matematics. Interested on mathematic models on biological systems.
Academic background and academic positions: Biology, UNAM (1998). Ph.D. (Biomedical Sciences) Instituto de Fisiología Celular, UNAM (2002). Postdoctoral Fellow, laboratory of Prof. Walter Neupert, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, Germany (2002-2008). Postdoctoral Fellow, laboratory of Prof. Roland Beckmann, Gene Center, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, Germany (2008-2009). Associate Professor at Instituto de Fisiología Celular, UNAM since 2009.
|Mario Sánchez Domínguez.
Interested on mathematic models on biological systems. In charge of the formation of the Mexican Physics and Matematics Olympics team.
|Fernando Cea Olvera.
Systems engineering student interested in the development of genetic algorithms.
|Ricardo Munguía Díaz.
Biology student in the Faculty of Science at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Actually working in biosensor generation for detection and possible bioremediation, specially for air and water pollutants for thesis proyect to obtain the bachelor degree in Biology.
|Ileana de la Fuente Colmenares.
Biology student in the Faculty of Science in the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. She is working on seeking standar methodologies for the characterization of biobricks and synthethic biological devices as her thesis work for the obtention of the bachelor degree in Biology.
|Cristian J. Delgado Guzmán.
Biology student interested in synthetic biology and mathematics
|Jesús Pérez Juárez.
Ungraduate biology interested in sistems biology and mathematics modeling, now like thesis proyect Detecting events of Lateral Gene Transference (THG) using synthetic biology view.
|Luis de Jesús Martínez Lomelí.
Mathematics student at the University of Mexico. His main interests are in the mathematical modeling of biological systems with differential equations. His participation in the the Ciencias-UNAM team includes the develop of the mathematical model and the theoretical methods for characterization.
|José Martínez Lomelí.
Mathematics student at the University of Mexico. His main interests are in models in biology and physics. As part of the Ciencias-UNAM team includes the design of the mathematical model.
|Ramiro Chávez Tovar.
An independent artist, self taught 3D generalist and graphic designer who has been getting involved in several science related projects during the last 10 years, mostly in the mathematical field, with a variable failure rate. You can check out his gallery here: http://cienciayarte.deviantart.com/