I have worked closely with Dr. Nuno Martins for several years. Dr. Martins has worked as an affiliated Sr Scientist at the Center for Research & Education in Aging (CREA), University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and has carried out great research efforts, by collaborating and coordinating teams on different research areas, such as computational sciences, virtual reality, computational human aging, other aging related research efforts, as well as experimental cell work.
Dr. Martins has demonstrated to have great work ethics, a desire to better himself, and is eager to explore new research. Dr. Martins has also demonstrated very good leadership skills and great interpersonal relationship within our research group. He is passionated and a dedicated researcher with great potential for developing innovative new ground-breaking work.
Dr. Martins is a very talented and determined individual as well as responsible, empathic and trustworthy.
Dr. Steven A. Garan
Dr. Steven A. Garan is the Director of Bioinformatics at the Center for Research and Education in Aging (CREA) and serves on it’s Advisory Board. He is also a researcher at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. While at the University of California, Berkeley, he played a major role in the invention and the development of the Automated Imaging Microscope System (AIMS). Dr. Garan is a leading scientist in the field of aging research. His numerous publications, include articles on systems biology, the effects of caloric restriction on the mouse hypothalamus and on the Automated Imaging Microscope System (AIMS).