Prof. Angel Carracedo Alvarez

Professor at the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Director of the Galician Foundation of Genomic Medicine (SERGAS, Galician Service of Health)

Director of the Spanish National Genotyping Center

Member of the Centre for Biomedical Network Research on Rare Diseases (CIBERER)

 

AC has published 10 books and over 450 papers in SCI journals, the majority in Clinical and Molecular Genetics, (Nature, Nature Genetics, Science, PNAS, Oncogene, Human Mutation, Human Molecular Genetics), Biochemical separation methods (Electrophoresis, Biotechniques,  Clinical  Chemistry),  Human  Population  Genetics   (American  Journal  of Human  Genetics,  Gene,  European  Journal  of  Human  Genetics,  American  Journal  of Physical  Anthropology,   Human  Heredity)  and  specially  Forensic  Science  (Forensic Science  International:  Genetics,  International  Journal  of  Legal  Medicine)  (See  PubMed Carracedo A) (H index 50).

Representative of Spain in The European Medicine Agency (Pharmacogenetics Working Group) and different regulatory boards (i.e. IRDiRC, ICRC, Forensic DNA Regulator UK ).

Participation in a number of national and international networks and consortia (STADNAP, RIGEMAMEF, RGBio,SNPforID, RGEPs, RECAVA, Red Nacional Bioinformática médica, EPICOLON,  RGCCR,  HVP,  GOGENT,CHIBCHA,  LACE,EUGEI,  EUROFORGEN, GEUVADIS, HELIX, among others)

Coordination of the Country Node (Spain) for the Human Variome Project

Editor of Forensic Science International Genetics and member of the editorial board of a number of the international and national journals on genetics, cancer and forensic science.

Prizes  and  distinctions:  Jaime  I  Award, Adelaide  Medal,  Galien  Medal,  Medal  Castelao, Medal of Galicia, Medal to the Police merit, Galician Prize of Research, Fernandez Latorre Award,and various prizes from foundations and scientific societies.

Doctor Honoris Causa for different universities in Europe and the Americas.

 

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Professore presso l’Università di Santiago de Compostela, Spagna

Direttore della Galician Foundation of Genomic Medicine (SERGAS, Galician Service of Health)

Direttore dello Spanish National Genotyping Center

Membro del Centre for Biomedical Network Research on Rare Diseases (CIBERER)

 

AC ha pubblicato 10 libri ed oltre 450 articoli in riviste di alto rilievo scientifico, la maggior parte di questi sulla genetica clinica e molecolare (Nature, Nature Genetics, Science, PNAS, Oncogene, Human Mutation, Human Molecular Genetics), sui metodi di separazione biochimica (Electrophoresis, Biotechniques,  Clinical  Chemistry),  genetica di popolazione (American  Journal  of Human  Genetics,  Gene,  European  Journal  of  Human  Genetics,  American  Journal  of Physical  Anthropology,   Human  Heredity)  e genetica forense (Forensic Science  International:  Genetics,  International  Journal  of  Legal  Medicine)  (vedi PubMed

Carracedo A) (H index 50).

Rappresentante della Spagna all’interno della European Medicine Agency (Pharmacogenetics Working Group) e in diversi gruppi di lavoro (i.e. IRDiRC, ICRC, Forensic DNA Regulator UK ).

Membro di numerosi gruppi e consorzi nazionali ed internazionali (STADNAP, RIGEMAMEF, RGBio,SNPforID, RGEPs, RECAVA, Red Nacional Bioinformática médica, EPICOLON,  RGCCR,  HVP,  GOGENT,CHIBCHA,  LACE,EUGEI,  EUROFORGEN, GEUVADIS, HELIX, tra gli altri)

Coordinatore del polo nazionale (Spagna) per lo Human Variome Project

Editore della rivista Forensic Science International Genetics e membro del comitato editoriale di numerose riviste nazionali ed internazionali sulla genetica, sul cancro e sulle scienze forensi.

Premi e riconoscimenti:  Jaime  I  Award, Adelaide  Medal,  Galien  Medal,  Medal  Castelao, Medal of Galicia, Medal to the Police merit, Galician Prize of Research, Fernandez Latorre Award, e vari premi da fondazioni e società scientifiche.

Dottore Honoris Causa per diverse università in Europa ed America.