Email: sgalindotrigo1(the at sign)sheffield.ac.uk
PhD Student (Oct. 2014-present) Department of Animal and Plant Sciences. The University of Sheffield, UK. PhD thesis topic: Malectin-Domain Receptor-Like Kinases in Moss: Are their Functions Conserved from Moss to Arabidopsis?
MSc in Plant Cellular and Molecular Biotechnology (2013-2014) Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. MSc thesis (Hons.): “Carnation latent virus: Primary Structure Determination and Identification of Essential Regulatory Elements for the Cycle of Infection”(IBMCP-CISC).
BSc in Biotechnology (2009-2013) The University of Salamanca, Spain. BSc dissertation: “Structure-Function Determinants in Thioredoxin Reductases” (IRNASA-CSIC).
Buey, R.M., Galindo-Trigo, S., Lopez-Maury, L., Velazquez-Campoy, A., Revuelta, J.L., Florencio, F.J., de Pereda, J.M., Schürmann, P., Buchanan, B.B. and Balsera, M. (2017). A new member of the thioredoxin reductase family from early oxygenic photosynthetic organisms. Molecular Plant, 10(1): 212-215.
Galindo-Trigo, S., Gray, J.E. and Smith, L.M. (2016). Mini review: Conserved roles of CrRLK1L receptor-like kinases in cell expansion and reproduction from algae to angiosperms. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7: 1269.
Plant cellular and molecular biology, development and plant-pathogen interactions. Additionally, I remain interested in the fields I have worked on during the course of my undergraduate studies: Redox regulation in photosynthetic organisms, secondary metabolite production in plant cell cultures, and plant viral vector engineering.