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EVA MARIA GONZALEZ SOLER
PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Knowledge area: HUMAN ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
Department: Human Anatomy and Embryology
Departamento de Anatomía y Embriología Humana Zona 6, piso 1 Facultad de Medicina y Odontología Humana Av. Blasco Ibáñez,15 46010 - Valencia 83375
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Biography

Dr. EVA MARÍA GONZÁLEZ-SOLER graduated in Physiotherapy in 2013, received Master's Degree in Basic and Applied Neurosciences in 2014 and earned a Ph.D. cum laude in Neurosciences in 2017, all from the University of Valencia (Spain). Since Dr. González-Soler started her Master's Thesis, she’s been part of GESADA laboratory (Group of study of the Anatomical Substrate of Pain and Analgesia) of the University of Valencia (Research Group GIUV2018-420).

RESEARCH/ At the beginning of her career as a researcher, she directed her interest towards research in chronic pain, taking into account its comorbidities, such as mood, sleep, or cognitive disorders. During this time, GESADA focused on the reserpine-induced myalgia model (RIM), which is, to this time, the highest validated animal model of fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS). Proof of this can be found in her thesis work, entitled “Evaluation of the effect of duloxetine and pregabalin in a rat model of reserpine-induced fibromyalgia”. This in-depth work contributed the papers entitled “Depressive-like symptoms in a reserpine-induced model of fibromyalgia in rats” and “A standardization of the Novelty-Suppressed Feeding Test protocol in rats”, articles published in journals of prestige, and also led GESADA to receive a grant by the Generalitat Valenciana, Conselleria d'Eduació, Investigació, Cultura I Esport (Grant/Award Number: GV/2018/049). Currently, research in the department and deep learning of human dissection techniques have led her to study anatomical variations that could have repercussions at the surgical level. Following this same line, work on ex vivo human specimens has led her to collaborate with various researchers committed to the improvement of surgical techniques. In her post-doctoral stage, Dr. González-Soler has combined basic research with clinical work and teaching work as an associate professor; and more recently, as an assistant professor, in the department of human anatomy and embryology. She continued working in chronic pain, seeking to delve into aspects related to its comorbidities and treatments. Proof of this is the scientific contribution entitled "Chronic Pregabalin Treatment Ameliorates Pain, but not Depressive-Like Behaviors, in a Reserpine-Induced Myalgia Model in Rats". Collaboration of GESADA with colleagues in the field of basic research, such as the Laboratory of Neuronal Circuits, of the University of Valencia, have led both research teams to make an important scientific contribution, entitled "Hippocampal oscillatory dynamics and sleep atonia are altered in an animal model of fibromyalgia: Implications in the search for biomarkers".

TRANSFERENCE / Dr. González-Soler has also been part of the organizing committee of the "Women in Neuroscience" conferences, a project that has been underway since 2018 and that promotes and exposes the work of groups of women in the field of neuroscience, and which has the support from various official organizations.

TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT/ Dr. González-Soler is also committed to teaching, which has allowed her to work on 5 teaching innovation projects. In addition to anatomical teaching in the degrees of medicine, physiotherapy, nursing and podiatry (among others), Dr. González-Soler is a professor in the specfic master's degree in ecographic anatomy applied to interventionism in regional anesthesia and pain, and in the official masters’ degrees in biomedical research and basic and applied neurosciences, all of them of the University of Valencia.
 

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