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M. Danilo Boada, MSc, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology

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Graduated from the University of La Habana on 1993 as BSc in Biology, he obtains his Master Degree on Mammals Physiology on 1996. After a period serving as Executive Director of the Codex Foundation in his home country (Ecuador), he continued his scientific career in Europe. In 2005 he got his PhD “Summa Cum Laude” in Neurosciences and Cellular and Molecular Biology on the Miguel Hernandez University (Spain). After move to the United States he took a position as Post-Doctoral Fellow in the University of Wyoming and joined the WFBMC Pain Mechanisms Laboratory in the 2009 where he currently serves as faculty. 

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A concise list of publications by Mario Danilo Boada, PhD., Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology specializing in pain research and sensory processing.     

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