MSc/PhD Program
Carolina Quintanilla Sanchez
First Name:

Last Name:
Quintanilla Sánchez



Carolina Quintanilla Sánchez


College / University:
Faculty of Medicine, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon UANL

Highest Degree:
Medical Doctor

Major Subject:
Human Medicine

Lab Experience:
Collaboration in the neurophysiological and behavioral aspect of the project entitled: “Cellular Mechanisms of segregation and consolidation of memory traces in an Alzheimer Disease rodent model” in the Laboratory of Experimental Neurophysiology at the Biomedical Center of the Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen, Charles University.

Projects / Research:
Most of my experience in research has been clinical, especially in endocrinological chronic degenerative diseases. However, in the last months I have been working more on systematic reviews of different topics, but with special focus on methodology and statistical analysis.

2020 - 2021: Stipend by the International Max Planck Research School


I have special interest for neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia, mainly for two reasons: On one side, the great complexity of these disorders provides an opportunity to understand how the nervous system works, from a molecular basis until the manifestation of superior functions of the mind, such as cognition, feelings, formulation of concepts, beliefs, language, etc. The second reason is that this better understanding provides multiple opportunities in the management of these extensively prevalent conditions.
To achieve this, translational neuroscience is needed. However, to achieve this goal, an excellent understanding of neurosciences is required.  My goal is to have enough experience and knowledge of the basic level, to be able to work on potential treatments for neurological diseases.