METHODS OF MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Department: Department of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology
University: University of California
Country: United States
Dr. Martins-Green is Professor of Cell Biology level VII (in the professorial scale of the University of CA) in the Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience at the University of California, Riverside. She came to the US from Portugal on a Fulbright Fellowship and received a Ph.D. in Zoology with an emphasis in Developmental Biology from the UCD Dec 1987. She then held a postdoctoral fellowship at the LBNL and NTSA and was Adjunct Assistant Professor at Rockefeller University before joining the UC Riverside faculty in 1993-present. She is an internationally known researcher in the field of response to injury (including injury caused by tobacco toxins), wound healing and tissue engineering and pioneered the role of chemokines in wound healing and angiogenesis. She has also developed a murine model of chronic wounds to study of the basic cell and molecular mechanisms of chronic wound initiation and development. Her research has been funded by NCI, NIGMS, NAIAD, AHA, and TRDRP and she has served on review panels for several agencies, including NIH, DOD and AHA.
Focuses on understanding the cell and molecular mechanisms involved in normal and impaired healing and in tumorigenesis
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