Victoria Gastaldi, first author of Class I TCP transcription factors activate the SAUR63 gene subfamily in gibberellin-dependent stamen filament elongation
Current Position: PhD student at Instituto de Agrobiotecnología del Litoral (CONICET-UNL), Santa Fe, Argentina
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Biotechnology
Non-scientific Interests: music, traveling, theatre, yoga
Brief bio: During my degree studies I was very interested in all branches of biology, but when I started studying subjects related to molecular and cellular biology, I was really fascinated. My research interests led me to the Molecular Biology Lab of the UNL where I am studying the regulation of gene expression in plants, particularly TCP transcription factors and their functions. I also participate in teaching undergraduate students in Biotechnology and Biochemistry. I plan to finish my PhD studies during the next year with the hope of contributing to the field of plant molecular biology and sharing my knowledge with the society.