Volunteer: Beatriz Baselga Cervera

Beatriz Baselga Cervera is from Madrid, Spain. She received her graduate in Veterinary medicine at the Complutense University of Madrid. Beatriz has a Ph. D. at the Complutense University involved with ecology, evolution, and behavior of water microbiology and biotechnological applications. She has performed a short-term stay in the University of Minnesota working in the evolutionary transition towards multicellularity with yeasts. Her professional aim is to perform a post-doc in microbial evolution and in life´s major evolutionary transitions.

 

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