Thesis defence: Lídia Romero Cortadellas

Campus Sant Cugat Auditorium

Thesis title: "Characterization of new mutations in transferrin, DMT1 and SEC23B causing rare iron metabolism-related diseases; and the discovery of RACGAP1 as the gene responsible for autosomal recessive congenital dyserythropoietic anaemia type III".

  • Doctoral candidate: Lídia Romero Cortadellas
  • Thesis supervisor: Dra. Mayka Sánchez Fernández

Doctoral programme: Health Sciences (RD 99/2011)

Jury members:

  • President: Dra. Cristina Sanz Marcelo (Universitat de Barcelona)
  • Spokeperson: Dra. Samira Lakhal-Littleton (University of Oxford)
  • Secretary: Dr. Miquel Bosch Pita (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya)