Editor - Francisco J. Alvarez | Cruces University Hospital/Biocr | 25249

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Francisco J. Alvarez

Francisco J. Alvarez
Francisco J. Alvarez Principal investigator Biocruces Health Research Institute Cruces University Hospital/Biocruces Health Research Institute Basque


Francisco J. Alvarez-Diaz was born in Cordoba, Spain (1962). He completed the Biological studies at the University of the Basque Country in 1985 and obtained the Philosophy Doctor in 2006. Research Fellow at the Spanish Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs (1991-1999) and Fellowship in Neurosciences from the "Miguel Servet" program, Instituto de Salud Carlos III (2000-2005). His current position is principal investigator on translational biomedical research in the Cruces University Hospital/Biocruces Health Research Institute, and research collaborator of the Group “Brain Injury in Neonatal Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy” of Basque Country University (2006). He is a local member of the committees on Ethics in Clinical Research, on Creativity & Innovation in Health and on Laboratory Animal Welfare in the Cruces University Hospital. Professor of the Master on Biomedical Engineering of the University of the Basque Country (2012) and on Postgraduate and continuous training of the Cruces University Hospital (2009).

Research Interest

Major research and teaching activities are focused on neurobiology and pulmonary physiology in the early phase of development of mammals, in neonatal intensive care, in biomedical engineering and in laboratory animal sciences.