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Martin González Rodriguez

Tampereen yliopisto
Kaupin kampus

Oma esittely

I am a Chilean researcher working on mechanisms of allergy development. I studied Biochemistry as my Bachelors degree (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) and focus on vaccine development for Human Metapneumo Virus during my undergraduate thesis. After graduation I worked at the Biotechnology Laboratory of the Department of Agriculture of Chile in the identification of animal and plant pathogens using molecular biology approaches. I specialised in Immunology during my Master in Medical and Pharmaceutical Drug Innovation (MPDI) at the University of Groningen. During my MSc. I was part of projects adressing food allergies and new testing platform for vaccine development. Finally, I moved to Finland to pursuit a PhD in Immunology understanding the mechanisms of allergic inflammation and its relation with environmental factors.


Osaamisalueiden kuvaus

I have broad knowledge in Immunology. I have expertice in molecular biology techniques, immuno assays and animal experimentation.



Immunology. Allergic inflammation. Dynamic of cytokine receptors in Langerhans cells. Effects of environmental microbes in the immune system. For more information: Cytokine Biology  


Medicine and life technology, Cytokine biology.


Academy of Finland, Tampere Tuberculosis Foundation, Fimlab laboratories.


Merkittävimmät julkaisut

González-Rodríguez, MI, Nurminen, N, Kummola, L, Laitinen, OH, Oikarinen, S, Parajuli, A et al.. Effect of inactivated nature-derived microbial composition on mouse immune system. Immun Inflamm Dis. 2022;10 (3):e579. doi: 10.1002/iid3.579. PubMed PMID:34873877 PubMed Central PMC8926502.