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Cristina Andrés-Lacueva, PhD
Cristina Andrés-Lacueva, PhD
Rafael Llorach Asunción, PhD
Rafael Llorach Asunción, PhD
Mireia Urpi-Sarda,  PhD
Mireia Urpi-Sarda,  PhD
Mar Garcia-Aloy
Mar Garcia-Aloy
Anna Marco Ramell
Anna Marco Ramell
Patricia Casas Agustench
Patricia Casas Agustench
Raúl González Domínguez
Raúl González Domínguez
Enrique Almanza Aguilera
Enrique Almanza Aguilera
Nicole Hidalgo Liberona
Nicole Hidalgo Liberona
Francisco Javier Madrid Gambín
Francisco Javier Madrid Gambín
Magalí Palau Rodríguez
Magalí Palau Rodríguez
Sara Tulipani, PhD
Sara Tulipani, PhD
Raúl Zamora Ros, PhD
Raúl Zamora Ros, PhD

Mar Garcia-Aloy

Postdoctoral Researchers
Beca FI-DGR 2011
Mar obtained her Degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics (2008) and the Official Master in Nutrition and Metabolism (2010) at the Rovira i Virgili University. 
In July 2014 she obtained her PhD in Food and Nutrition at the University of Barcelona and it was entitled “Biomarkers of dietary exposure in nutritional studies. Application of an HPLC-Q-ToF metabolomic approach for improving predictive ability through combined multimetabolite models” (http://tdx.cat/handle/10803/271793). During the predoctoral period (2011-2014) she received financial support from the AGAUR (Catalan Government) through the call (FI-DGR 2011”.
Her main research activity is focused on the development of new nutritional biomarkers and biomarkers of disease risk by a metabolomics approach using liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry (HPLC-Q-ToF-MS).
Email: 
margarcia@ub.edu
Phone: 
+34-934024508
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