Rosario “Ivetth” Corona de la Fuente, PhD, has a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from CETYS Universidad, Mexico, and a master of science in computer science from CICESE, Mexico. She was first introduced to computational biology during her master’s degree, where she studied protein structure prediction. Continuing in the structural bioinformatics field, for her doctorate she analyzed protein-DNA complexes and characterized structural features that account for DNA-binding specificity. She then completed an internship at Takeda Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she studied cancer genomics for the first time. Now, under the direction of Kate Lawrenson, PhD, and Simon Gayther, PhD, Corona de la Fuente is a computational biologist studying the interplay between transcription factors and somatic and germline variants that contribute to the development of ovarian cancer.