Fernando J. Calero Nieto


Senior Research Associate
Funded by Bloodwise (formerly known as Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research)
Department of Haematology, University of Cambridge, Wellcome Trust/MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute & Cambridge Institute for Medical Research

PeriodEmployment and Education
2008 - Now Postdoctoral fellow (University of Cambridge, U.K.)
2005 - 2008 Postdoctoral fellow (University of Leeds, U.K.)
2000 - 2005 PhD Biochemistry (University of Cordoba, Spain)
2002 MSc Genetics (University of Cordoba, Spain)


Research Interest

I studied Biochemistry at the University of Cordoba (Spain). During my undergraduate, I developed a great interest in the transcriptional regulation of biological processes. Following this interest, I then went on to do my PhD in the group of Reyes Gonzalez Roncero (also at the University of Cordoba), studying the molecular genetics of fungal pathogenicity. After my PhD, I joined the laboratory of Peter Cockerill at the University of Leeds, where I studied the transcriptional regulation of human cytokine genes. Finally, in 2008 I joined Bertie Gottgens' laboratory at the University of Cambridge where I have focused my research in the study of the transcriptional networks that control stem cell differentiation and how their perturbation can lead to disease using haematopoiesis as a model.



Publications

For a full list of publications, please click here.


Contact

email: fjc28@cam.ac.uk
phone: 01223 336822

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