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Jessica Claire
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I am a very enthusiastic and highly motivated translational cancer researcher with a broad training in stem cell biology, immunology and cancer signaling using relevant mouse models and patient derived xenografts.




Team player

Ability to Coach & Mentor

Decision making

Problem solver

Research Experience
Postdoctoral Researcher, 05/2018 to Present
New Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces, NM,
Postdoctoral Researcher, 09/2017 to 05/2018
New Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces, NM,
Postdoctoral Researcher, 07/2014 to 08/2017
New Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces, NM,
PhD Student, 10/2008 to 07/2017
University Of Kansas Medical CenterManhattan, KS,
Education and Training
Ph.D.: Biomedicine, Expected in 2014
University Of Barcelona - Barcelona,
  • Magna Cum Laude Distinction
: Advanced Course On Animal Experimentation, Expected in 2009
Autonomous University Of Barcelona - Barcelona,
Master of Science: Diploma of Advanced Studies in Molecular Medicine, Expected in 2009
University Of Santiago De Compostela - Santiago De Compostela,
Bachelor of Science: Biology, Expected in 2008
University Of Santiago De Compostela - Santiago De Compostela,
Bachelor of Science: Biochemistry, Expected in
University Of Barcelona - Barcelona,
Completed Research Support
  • DCHS19PPC009 01/01/19-12/31/20

Funding Agency: New Jersey Comission on Cancer Research

Title: The role of glutaminolysis in T-ALL

Role: PI (Mentor: Dr. Daniel Herranz)

  • Doctoral Research Fellowship

Funding Agency: Ministry of Science and Innovation, Government of Spain.

Title: Functional and molecular alterations in epidermal stem cells during aging and tumor initiation and progression

Role : PhD Student (Mentor: Dr. Purificación Muñoz)

Scientific publications
  • da Silva-Diz V#, Cao B, Lancho O, Chiles E, Alasadi A, Aleksandrova M, Luo S, Singh A, Tao H, Augeri DJ, Minuzzo S, Indraccolo S, Khiabanian H, Su X, Jin S#, Herranz D#. (2021) A novel and highly effective mitochondrila uncoupling drug in T-cell leukemia. Blood, doi:10.1182/blood.2020008955. (PMID: 33876224) (#Co-corresponding authorship)
  • Tottone L, Lancho O, Loh JW, Singh A, Kimura S, Roels J, Kuchmiy A, Strubbe S, Lawlor MA, da Silva-Diz V, Luo S, Gachet S, García-Prieto CA, Hagelaar R, Esteller M, Meijerink JPP, Soulier J, Taghon T, Van Vlierberghe P, Mullighan CG, Khiabanian H, Rocha PP, Herranz D. A Tumor Suppressor Enhancer of PTEN in T-cell development and leukemia. (2021) Blood Cancer Discov. 2(1), 92-109. (PMID: 33458694) (PMCID: PMC7810363)
  • García-Cañaveras JC, Lancho O, Ducker GS, Ghergurovich JM, Xu X, da Silva-Diz V, Minuzzo S, Indraccolo S, Kim H, Herranz D, Rabinowitz JD. SHMT inhibition is effective and synergizes with methotrexate in T-cell lymphoblastic leukemia. (2020) Leukemia, 3 5(2):377-388. doi: 10.1038/s41375-020-0845-6. (PMID: 32382081) (PMCID: PMC7647950)
  • Bernat-Peguera A, Navarro-Ventura J, Lorenzo-Sanz L, da Silva-Diz V, Bosio M, Palomero L, Penin RM, Pérez Sidelnikova D, Bermejo JO, Taberna M, Vilariño N, Piulats JM, Mesia R, Viñals JM, González-Suárez E, Capella-Gutierrez S, Villanueva A, Viñals F, Muñoz P. (2020) FGFR inhibition overcomes resistance to EGFR-targeted therapy in epitelial-like cutaneous carcinoma. Clin Cancer Res., 27(5), 1491-1504. (PMID: 33262138)
  • Bernat-Peguera A, Simón-Extremera P, da Silva-Diz V, López de Munain M, Díaz-Gil L, Penin RM, González-Suárez E, Pérez Sidelnikova D, Bermejo O, Viñals JM, Viñals F, Muñoz P. (2019) PDGFR-induced autocrine SDF-1 signaling in cancer cells promotes metastasis in advanced skin carcinoma. Oncogene, 38(25), 5021-5037. (PMID: 30874597) (PMCID: PMC6756210)
  • da Silva-Diz V, Lorenzo-Sanz L, Bernat-Peguera A, Lopez-Cerda M, Muñoz P (2018). Cancer cell plasticity: Impact on tumor progression and therapy response. Semin Cancer Biol., 53, 48-58. (PMID: 30130663)
  • da Silva-Diz V, Simón-Extremera P, Bernat-Peguera A,de Sostoa J, Urpí M, Penín RM, Sidelnikova DP, Bermejo O, Viñals JM, Rodolosse A, González-Suárez E, Moruno AG, Pujana MÁ, Esteller M, Villanueva A, Viñals F, Muñoz P. (2016) Cancer stem-like cells act via distinct signaling pathways in promoting late stages of malignant progression. Cancer Research, 76 (5), 1245-1259. (PMID: 26719534)
  • Iliou MS*, da Silva-Diz V*, Carmona FJ, Ramalho-Carvalho J, Villanueva A, Muñoz P and Esteller M. (2014) Impaired DICER1 function promotes stemness and metastasis in colon cancer. Oncogene, 33, 4003-4015. (PMID: 24096488) (PMCID: PMC4114136) (*Co-first authorship)
  • da Silva-Diz V, Solé-Sánchez S, Valdés-Gutiérrez A, Urpí M, Riba-Artés D, Penin RM, Pascual G, González-Suárez E, Casanovas O, Viñals F, Paramio JM, Batlle E, Muñoz. (2013) Progeny of Lgr5-expressing hair follicle stem cell contributes to papillomavirus-induced tumor development in epidermis. Oncogene, 32, 3732-43. (PMID: 22945646)
  • Merlos-Suárez A, Barriga FM, Jung P, Iglesias M, Céspedes MV, Rossell D, Sevillano M. Hernando-Momblona X, da Silva-Diz V, Muñoz P, Clevers H, Sancho E, Mangues R and Batlle E. (2011) The intestinal stem cell signature identifies colorectal cancer stem cells and predicts disease relapse. Cell Stem Cell, 8, 1-14. (PMID: 21419747)

Complete List of Published Work in MyBibliography -10 publications

Reviewer Experience

Ad Hoc reviewer for journals: Stem Cells, Nature Communications, Intermational Journal of Biochemistry and Cell Biology.

Scientific skills
  • Animal skills: Mouse handling and behavioral tasks, colony managment, ortho- and xeno- tumor transplants, normal and diabetic human skin transplants, hair regeneration assays in immunodeficient and immunocompetent mice, skin wound healing assays, carcinogenic treatments (DMBA/TPA), lineage tracing assays, tumor cell grafting and drug treatments.
  • Cellular biology techniques: Primary cell culture, 3D cultures, tumor and skin cell isolation, newborn fibroblast isolation, plasmid transfection, shRNA and lentiviral transduction, CRISPR-Cas9, T-cell activation assays, Seahorse assays, cell proliferation assays, in vitro invasion assays.
  • Molecular biology techniques: RNA and DNA extraction, DNA cloning, PCR and RT-qPCR, sequencing and pyrosequencing analysis, metabolomic analysis.
  • Immunodetection assays: Flow cytometry and sorting, immunohistochemistry and immunofluorescence assays, ELISA and western blot.
Additional information
  • Languages: Spanish (Native proficiency), English (Full professional proficiency), French (Elementary level), Galician (Native proficiency), Catalan (Full professional proficiency).
  • Informatics: Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Ilustrator, flow citometry analysis software (BD FACSDIVA and FlowJO softwares), imaging processing softwares (Leica LAS AF, Zen 2012 and Image J), R programming (basic level) and other basic research programs.

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  • University Of Barcelona
  • Autonomous University Of Barcelona
  • University Of Santiago De Compostela
  • University Of Santiago De Compostela
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