Project Title: Epigenetic genome-wide investigation in patients with early/late-onset preeclampsia
Camino completed her BSc. In Biology at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, after pursuing a BSc. Project in the role of Deubiauitinases in Inflammasome activation at the University of Manchester. She became interested in the fetal-maternal interface and the ability of the placenta to be invasive, angiogenic and immunomodulatory. She continued her education completing a Master in Reproductive and Developmental Biology at Imperial College London, where she worked on the effect of viral priming before bacterial infection in the maternal blood in the onset of preterm labour. Her interest in the genetic regulation present in placental cells led her to her current iPlacenta project focused in the role of epigenetics in patients with placental diseases and the interlink with genetic variation.