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Dr. Alcayaga-Miranda obtained her veterinary degree from the Universidad Mayor - Chile. She also obtained a PhD from the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona - Spain. From 2006 to 2010, Dra. Alcayaga-Miranda contributed to the development of oncolytic adenoviruses, a class of targeted anticancer therapy, as part of her PhD thesis. Dra. Alcayaga-Miranda joined to Universidad de los Andes in 2011. As researcher, she is currently focused on the study of exosomes as therapeutic tool to treat solid tumors and degenerative diseases as osteoarthritis. She is also author of more than 15 original articles, reviews and books chapters in oncology, regenerative medicine and exosomes fields. Currently, Dra. Alcayaga-Miranda is Senior Researcher in Cells for Cells & Consorcio Regenero and Associate Professor in Medicine Faculty of Universidad de los Andes.


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