Victoria Suarez-Ulloa is a Ph.D. student in Chromevol. Her current research is focused to develop of biomarkers of marine pollution caused by Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) using bivalve molluscs as model organisms. She uses an integrative approach to study the dynamic response of chromatin to DNA damage using different omic levels.
Skills & interests
Victoria Suarez-Ulloa obtained her B.S in Chemistry (2007) and M.S. in Environmental Fundamental Chemistry (2009) and Bioinformatics (2011).
Victoria worked as research assistant at the University of A Coruna (Spain) between 2007 and 2013 before moving to FIU as Ph.D. student.