Ana Ruiz-Saenz

Ikerbasque Research Fellow, CIC bioGUNE

Currently Works at CIC bioGUNE (Bilbao), leading the ‘Cancer therapy resistance’ Lab
Research line: 
Resistance to targeted therapies and cancer progression
‘Ramón y Cajal’ and ‘Ikerbasque’ Research Fellowships (2023). Victoria’s Secret Global Fund for Women’s Cancers Career Development Award, in partnership with Pelotonia & AACR (2023). Open Competition Domain Science – XS grant by the Dutch Research Council (2022). Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme (2020). Scholar-in-Training Award by the American Association for Cancer Research (2017). Ramón Areces Postdoctoral Fellowship (2013). Short term Fellowship by the European Molecular Biology Organization (2009). PhD Research Fellowship by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science (2007).
Previous research experience at the Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam (The Netherlands), University of California San Francisco (United States of America) and Centre for Molecular Biology “Severo Ochoa” (Spain).
Doctor in Molecular Biology (2011) from the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)