He has a PhD in Genomics and spent more than ten years doing research in biotechnology and genetics, with over 35 papers published in high-impact scientific journals. In 2013, he founded Sequentia with Riccardo Aiese Cigliano and currently balances his position at the helm of the company with teaching, giving classes in genomics at universities in Spain (UAB and UPF) and Italy (Sapienza, in Roma, and Federico II, in Naples). He is a councilor for the Italian Society of Agricultural Genetics (SIGA) and works to promote proper use of green biotechnology.
The heat has come a long way, and many professionals already count the days to change the dressing gown or the tie for the swimsuit. Researchers and entrepreneurs from the BioRegió of Catalonia tell us about their plans for this summer vacation: from the most exotic to those who will continue to work all through August.
Man is the only animal that trips twice over the same stone. Nine experts from the BioRegion of Catalonia reveal some of the stones they’ve come across in their path and some tips so others don’t trip over them again.
Four professionals in the BioRegion of Catalonia are among the 50 most influential leaders in Europe in the healthcare technology arena, according to HIMSS Europe. This international organization for the advancement of digitalization in healthcare, which organizes the event Health2.0, has published its ranking of the 50 Top Healthcare IT Leaders in Europe, which includes Manuel Armayones (UOC), Victor Bautista (SocialDiabetes), Inma Grau (Fundació iSYS and Hospital Clinic) and Jordi Serrano (UniversalDoctor).
Maria Pau Ginebra
Co-founder of Mimetis Biomaterials
Maria Pau Ginebra is a professor at the UPC and an associate researcher at the IBEC. In 2013, she co-founded Mimetis Biomaterials, a spin-off of the UPC that is developing new biomaterials for bone regeneration. She is the only Catalan among the twelve finalists for the 2018 EU Prize for Women Innovators, which will be awarded in June.