Dr. Beatriz Navarro

Dr. Beatriz Navarro

  • Postdoc
Bea was a postdoctoral associate in our lab. Her previous work concentrated on the expression and evolution of B chromosomoes in insects.

At the Valenzuela lab she worked on the evolution of turtle genome organization and dosage compensation. This work was funded by the National Science Foundation IOS-1555999 to N. Valenzuela).

Bea then moved to work in the Presgraves and Larracuente labs at the University of Rochester (NY). Later, she joined the PathoGenOmics group of Mireia Coscolla at the University of Valencia (Spain), and is now a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Universidad de Granada (Spain).


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2. Lee LS, Navarro-Domínguez BM, Wu Z, Montiel EE, Badenhorst D, Bista B, Gessler TB, and Valenzuela N. 2020. Karyotypic evolution of sauropsid vertebrates illuminated by optical and physical mapping of the painted turtle and slider turtle genomes. Genes,11, 928, doi:10.3390/genes11080928.

1. Lee LS, EE Montiel, BM Navarro-Domínguez, and N Valenzuela. 2019. Chromosomal rearrangements during turtle evolution altered the synteny of genes involved in vertebrate sex determination Cytogenetic and Genome Research. DOI: 10.1159/000497302