Jorge Lozano-Juste

Profile

  • Time Zone
    Central European Summer Time

  • Organization
    Instituto de biología molecular y celular de plantas IBMCP

  • Role
    Scientist Mentor: I will mentor teams of students online

  • Research Interests (300 words)
    My research is focused on the plant response to drought stress. Following a chemical genetic approach my goal is to discover small molecules able to activate drought tolerance in crops.

  • Profile Question 1
    When and why did you decide to go into a science career?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 1 here (300 words):
    The first time I entered in a lab I felt that I could be happy working there.

  • Profile Question 2
    What is best about being a scientist?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 2 here (300 words):
    Work is never routine plus the feeling of overcome scientific challenges is great.

  • Profile Question 3
    What is tough about being a scientist?

  • Answer the question you selected for profile question 3 here (300 words):
    You work long hours and 90% of the time the experiments don't prove your hypothesis. Although the 10% of the time they do and the feeling is great!!

  • Availability
    I am currently available for mentoring, please send me team match invitations

  • Capacity: How many teams at a time are you comfortable working with?
    2

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Project 5 Guys Jorge Lozano-Juste

Hi all!

I am Jorge, and I am a researcher on plant biology located at the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia (UPV), Spain. I obtained my PhD in biotechnology from UPV in 2011 and traveled to the US to work in the University of California,…

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