Edmundo Medina - PhD Candidate
October 2019

Society for Neuroscience

I participated with a poster discussing the analysis of the capsaicinoid family series, where Zucapsaicin emerged as the hightest affinity ligand.

June 2018

PhD Candidate

I started my Ph.D. in the Department of Biology at New Mexico State University, where I am focusing on projects that combine my clinical knowledge with neuroscience connectomics, molecular modeling, and lipid analysis.

June 2018


I finished teaching at the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, these were my classes:
- Human Physiology I
- Physiology Laboratory
- Biochemistry Laboratory
- Physiology for Engineers

August 2016

Master's Degree

I got a Master of Science with emphasis on Genomics at the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez : “Characterization of the Kv2.1 Rat Subunit in a Heterologous Expression System”.

June 2014


I taught the following classes at the UACJ:
- Anatomy and Physiology I & II
- Neuroanatomy
- Shock and intravenous therapy
- Medical Monitoring Devices
- Development and psychomotricity
- Management of the Burn Patient

June 2013

Red Cross

I worked as an ER Physician for 6 months at the Red Cross Circuito Pronaf in Ciudad Juárez.

August 2012

Social Service

I served as a Physician in Pediatric ER at the Hospital Infantil de Especialidades de Juárez as part of my training in becoming a practitioner.

July 2011


I did my internship at the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS). My thesis focused on "Childhood Obesity in Pediatric Outpatient Services in Hospital General de Zona 35 Cd. Juárez".

July 2010

Retinoblastoma: Report of a case and review of the literature

I published an article about a Retinoblastoma case I studied. Medical Expressions Magazine (Expresiones Médicas), Volume 5, Number 3, July 2010, pp. 47 - 54, ISSN: 1870-7890.

June 2010

Medical Degree

I got my bachelor's medical degree at the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez.