E.A. Lopera Maya
Biological Engineer, National University of Colombia, Medellín, Colombia. 2010
MSc. in Basic Biomedical Sciences. thesis: “Effect of genetic ancestry on cervical cancer”, University of Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia. 2015
Keywords: Genetic data management, Genetic ancestry, Population genetics, Epidemiology.
My research focuses in harnessing of available data from large biobanks to understand the development of complex traits. This can be done by designing and developing models and software for interpretation analysis and annotation of genetic data. I am interested on etiology of traits, but also in population history and evolution. Whole genome information of current and developing large biobanks throughout the world, provides with specific factors for specific complex traits, as well as the possibility to exploit information of genetic ancestry. This can be used to complete and correct genetic associations that are usually studied only on European ancestry as well as to study genetics of populations and biogeographic history.
Awards and scholarships
Colciencias external doctorate Scholarship,Administrative Department for Science Technology and Innovation COLCIENCIAS, Scholarship for international doctoral studies . 2018-now
Master thesis “Effect of genetic ancestry on cervical cancer” was awarded Outstanding(highest qualification, equivalent to Cum laude),Corporation of Basic Biomedical Sciences, University of Antioquia, Antioquia, Colombia. 2014
Young Researcher and Innovator COLCIENCIAS (Scholarship),Administrative Department for Science Technology and Innovation COLCIENCIAS, Scholarshipfor research insternship at Infection and Cancer Research Group. 2013 – 2014
Young Researcher and Innovator COLCIENCIAS (Scholarship),Administrative Department for Science Technology and Innovation COLCIENCIAS, Scholarshipfor research internship at Infection and Cancer Research Group. 2010 – 2011
Unexpected inverse correlation between Native American ancestry and Asian American variants of HPV16 in admixed colombian cervical cancer cases, Esteban Lopera, Armando Baena, Victor Florez, Jehidys Montiel, Constanza Duque,Tatiana Ramirez, Mauricio Borrero, Carlos Córdoba, Fredy Rojas, René Pareja, AstridBedoya, Gabriel Bedoya, Gloria Inés Sánchez. Journal of Infection, Genetics and evolution. Vol. 28, December 2014, Pages 339–348, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.meegid.2014.10.014
2011 [Distribution of human papillomavirus 16 variants in women with or without cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 3 or cervical cancer] in spanish, Esteban Lopera, Patricia Acosta, Yaliana Tafurt, Mary Uribe, Carlos Córdoba, Piedad Acosta, Katherine Quintero, Yexania Arboleda, Hernán Sierra, Gloria Sánchez, Astrid Bedoya. Rev . Colomb. Cancerol. 2012;16(4):205-216
Participation in events
IV Research Journeys of the National Institute of Cancerology, National Institute of Cancerology, Medellín, Colombia. Participation: Speaker. Work. 2013
28th Interntional Papillomavirus Conference, International Papillomavirus Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2012 Participation: Poster.
Pharmaceutical Research, Bioequivalence and Bioavailability studies on various antiepileptic drugs, Unit of clinical trials, CECIF, Colombia. 2014-2018
Clincial trial, Effect of a dietary supplement with B-glucans from G. lucidum on children and adults, Unit of clinical trials, CECIF, Colombia. 2014-2016
Pharmaceutical Research, Dissolution profiles of generic Pregabalin in three different doses, Unit of clinical trials, CECIF, Colombia. 2014-2016
Research within the master thesis project, Effect of genetic ancestry on cervical cancer, Infection and Cancer Research Group, Medicine Department, University of Antioquia, Antioquia, Colombia. 2012-2014
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