Natalia Rodriguez Muxica. A Bsc. Biochemistry and currently an MBA candidate at UCLA specializing in technology innovation and sustainability. She has worked in the intersection of life sciences, innovation, and business for over 6+ years, combining experience in bioinformatics research, tech entrepreneurship and bioeconomy policy. Back in 2017 co-founded LabNettings, a network platform for resource management and collaboration in R&D, and then worked as biotech consultant for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) building capacities and fostering knowledge exchange to drive growth in the Latin American bioeconomy. During her time at IDB was able to engage and collaborate with multiple international stakeholders from the public, academic and industry sectors, hosting for 2+ years a regular working group in bioeconomy policies focused on Latin American countries. She was also an active collaborator in Allbiotech, starting as Biohackathon Coordinator and later as Projects Director and Board Member.
Publications and activities
Rodriguez-Muxica, N., Anta, R. (2022). Bioinformatics for Researchers in Life Sciences: Tools and Learning Resources. IADB Publications, IDB-DT-66. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18235/0003982. https://publications.iadb.org/en/bioinformatics-researchers-life-sciences-tools-and-learning-resources