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Journal of Clinical & Experimental Pathology
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Teresa Ramirez

Teresa Ramirez
Brown University


Teresa Ramirez is a PhD Candidate at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology and Biotechnology program. She is presently working at the Liver Research Center, where her thesis research work focuses on the effects of alcohol and how it plays a role in insulin resistance, lipid accumulation and ER stress. Ms. Ramirez received her B.S. in general biology from California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) in 2004. As an undergraduate student, Ms. Ramirez was part of the Minority Biomedical Research Support program, where she was first given the opportunity to learn about biomedical research. She also had the opportunity to participate in the Minority International Research Training summer program in England in 2001 and at the Brown University Leadership Alliance Summer Research Early Identification program in 2002. After graduating from CSUDH, she was part of the Cancer Research Training Award post-baccalaureate program at the National Cancer Institute. Ms. Ramirez has been actively involved with the Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science(SACNAS) since she was an undergraduate student. She has served as a SACNAS student board member and SACNAS chapter committee. She started the Brown SACNAS Chapter and is currently the chapter president until the spring 2013. In September 2009, Ms. Ramirez was awarded the Student Role Model Award from the Minority Access, Inc., and received the Ford Pre-doctoral Diversity Fellowship.


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