Dr. Maryví González-Solá obtained her philosophers doctorate (Ph.D.) in anatomy from the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus, with expertise in zebrafish cardiac muscle structure analysis, as well as cadaveric dissection. She has seven years of teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as medicine, physical therapy and dental medicine students. She has also served as a voluntary autopsy assistant, holds an American Red Cross CPR/AED instructor certificate, and has published in respected journals. Currently, she is a Mentor at the American Association of Anatomists, and is collaborating with a professor of Texas Woman’s University in gait and posture research laboratory.
Maryvi Gonzalez-Sola Research Interests are: Zebrafish cardiac muscle structure, cardiac regeneration, mitral valve prolapse, gait and balance.