Verónica Tijero completed her BSc in Biotechnology (Molecular biology) from the University of Barcelona in 2014. She received her Master degree in Environmental Agrobiology from the University of Barcelona during 2015. After this period, she performed her PhD at the ANTIOX group, where she studied the role of phytohormones and antioxidants during the ripening of sweet cherries. In 2019, she obtained her PhD degree and started her postdoctoral period working in a partnership between the ANTIOX group and Biovert S.L. to develop a new biostimulant for grapes ripening.
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