My scientific career has been focused on the study of pluripotency and reproductive biology in different animal species such as mouse, pig and cow, and in humans. I obtained my PhD in 2014 (Complutense University, Madrid) unanimously obtaining the highest qualification (summa cum laude) and the "best PhD award in Veterinary sciences (2013/2014)". During my PhD I did research stays in University of Maryland / United States Department of Agriculture (2012), and in The University of Nottingham (2013).
In 2015 I hold a Marie Curie ITN Postdoctoral position at Avantea Srl (Italy), conducting research in oxidative stress and antioxidants in human embryonic stem cells, and I was also a visiting scientist at Utrecht University, where I was working on oxidative stress during oocyte maturation.
I was awarded a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship and since 2016 I hold this Postdoctoral position at The University of Nottingham, developing the project "A platform for the generation of human gametes in vitro" and studying the mechanisms of pluripotency and germline specification in the pig.
PÉREZ-CEREZALES S, RAMOS-IBEAS P, ACUÑA OS, AVILÉS M, COY P, RIZOS D and GUTIÉRREZ-ADÁN A, 2017. The oviduct: from sperm selection to the epigenetic landscape of the embryo. Biology of reproduction.
PÉREZ-CEREZALES S, RAMOS-IBEAS P, RIZOS D, LONERGAN P, BERMEJO-ALVAREZ P and GUTIÉRREZ-ADÁN A, 2017. Early sex-dependent differences in response to environmental stress. Reproduction (Cambridge, England). 155(1), R39-R51 RAMOS-IBEAS, PRISCILA, BARANDALLA, MARIA, COLLEONI, SILVIA and LAZZARI, GIOVANNA, 2017. Pyruvate antioxidant roles in human fibroblasts and embryonic stem cells MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY. 429(1-2), 137-150
PRISCILA RAMOS-IBEAS, JENNIFER NICHOLS and RAMIRO ALBERIO, 2017. States and Origins of Mammalian Embryonic Pluripotency In Vivo and in a Dish. In: Current Topics in Developmental Biology https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.ctdb.2017.11.002. Academic Press.