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Magdalena Martínez-García

PhD student

Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Hospital Gregorio Marañón, Madrid, Spain

I am a Neuroscience graduate student at Dr. Susanna Carmona's neuroimaging laboratory. My research interest comprises understanding the impact of hormonal transitions and hormonal treatments, which currently mostly bear women, on the brain. My current research focus is to unveil the neural plasticity accompanying human pregnancy and perinatal periods, and determine how such adaptations can deviate from normality and cause mental health problems. I advocate for women's health research and against overlooking women's physiologies.

Magdalena Martínez-García
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neuroimaging, neuroplasticity, pregnancy, women's health, hormones, parental brain


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