Ilce G. Medina Meza
Ilce G. Medina Meza Ph.D, is an assistant professor of the Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Department. Her research focuses on molecular mechanisms governing oxidative stress of lipids, steroids and cholesterol homeostasis. She has more than 10 years of experience working with lipids (omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA), cholesterol and its oxidation products. Her current research is the lipidomic based-discovery of neurodegenerative diseases biomarkers for early detection by application of high throughput mass spectrometry methods (i.e., GC-MS, LC/MS/MS, IF-TR, EPR and NMR) and kinetic modelling.