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Óscar Herrero

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor (Profesor Contratado Doctor)
  • Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
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Recent publications

  • <i>Chironomus riparius</i> exposure to field-collected contaminated sediments: From subcellular effect to whole-organism response

    • Arambourou H
    • Planelló R
    • Llorente L
    • et al.
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  • Exposure to heavy metal-contaminated sediments disrupts gene expression, lipid profile, and life history traits in the midge <i>Chironomus riparius</i>

    • Arambourou H
    • Llorente L
    • Moreno-Ocio I
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Associate Professor (Profesor Contratado Doctor)

Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia

February 2017 - Present

Assistant Professor (Profesor Ayudante Doctor)

Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia

May 2014 - February 2017(3 years)

Teaching Assistant (Ayudante)

Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia

May 2009 - May 2014(5 years)

Predoctoral Fellow

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

January 2007 - April 2009(2 years)

Predoctoral Fellow

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas

March 2003 - April 2006(3 years)

Education

PhD (Genetics and Cell Biology)

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

May 2009 - November 2013(5 years)

Master in Genetics and Cell Biology

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

January 2006 - March 2008(2 years)

Master in Toxicology

Universidad de Sevilla

October 2005 - June 2006(8 months)

Degree in Biology

IE University - Segovia Campus

September 1997 - February 2002(4 years)

About

My current research focuses on the study of the toxic effects of environmental stressors (e.g. pollutants) on invertebrates, by analysing cellular / physiological / developmental / reproductive parameters, detoxication pathways, and the transcriptional activity of genes involved in endocrine signalling, cell stress response, cell metabolism, ribosome biogenesis, and DNA damage / repair.

Co-authors (30)

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