Gonzales Lab - Nuclear Imaging - Disease Quantification
About the Gonzales Lab
The lab is a program of multidisciplinary concepts and scientific fields including, peptides from the Amazon, sodium channels and nuclear imaging, together to address urgent and unmet medical afflictions. Each field brings a certain "only-at-the-Gonzales-Lab" quality to hone a true-diverse research approach that has contributed to what the Gonzales lab has become today.
Who are We?
We are a group of researchers and underrepresented scholars that bring different expertises and experiences to tackle cancer, neuropathies and infectious diseases. We know that every aspect of our lab concept requires to be performed with a unique angle approach, enthusiasm and with a "Significant-research of Author" deliberation, excelling in their various arts of science.
The Best Curative Substances exist on the South American Rain-forest
The rainforest of Peru is the largest incubator in earth. Over 3 million species live in the rainforest of Peru-Colombia-Brazil. Peruvian ecology holds something that other ecosystems lack, including the influence and exclusiveness of the andes (and its minerals and seasons), the marriage of the Maranon and Ucayali rivers that gives rise to the Amazon, this delicate combination has ingrained themselves into the Peruvian ecology that now is used by the Gonzales-Arevalo Lab via its peptides, to address human medical dysfunctions and to push the limits of transformative biomedical research.
''We are lending Peruvian, evolutionary and privileged molecular substances to develop imaging quantitative methods for human disease.''
Junior Arturo Gonzales