Gooya Banaei holds a Bachelor's and MSc in Cellular and Molecular Biology, with a foundational knowledge in general Pathology and the overall assessment of tissue staining related to neuroscience and the development of Alzheimer's disease. Her expertise extends to multidisciplinary research, encompassing various aspects of the biological impact of chemicals and nanoparticle suspensions, with a specific focus on mechanisms of carcinogenesis mediated by mutagenesis. This broad training positions her as a proficient professional well-versed in laboratory safety protocols.
In her previous research endeavors, she collaborated with fellow laboratory members at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She presented her research findings on the mechanisms of genotoxicity induced by ingested nanoparticles in the human small intestine. During this period, she honed her skills in constructing and maintaining in vitro gastrointestinal barriers and primary cells.
Currently, Gooya serves as a Lab Research Assistant at IrsiCaixa, where she continues to contribute her expertise to ongoing research initiatives.