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Alfonso Araque Almendros

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Alfonso Araque Almendros

Presentación

Científico Titular, Instituto Cajal, CSIC, Madrid, España

Másteres

Máster en Neurociencia Experimental y Clínica

Universidad de Murcia

Publications
Book chapters and other publications

Academic degrees

  Graduate in Biological Sciences. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. June, 1988. Doctor in Biological Sciences. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. July, 1993.

Present position

  Research Full Professor CSIC. Instituto Cajal. CSIC, Madrid, Spain.

Previous research activity and positions

  1989-92 Predoctoral fellow. Cajal Institute, CSIC, Madrid, Spain. Supervisor: W. Buño. Oct 1990 Visiting fellow. CNRS, Marseille, France. Supervisor: F. Clarac Dec 1991 Visiting fellow. CNRS, Marseille, France. Supervisor: F. Clarac June 1992 Visiting fellow. CNRS, Marseille, France. Supervisor: F. Clarac 1993-95 Areces Foundation Postdoctoral fellow. Cajal Institute, CSIC, Madrid, Spain. Supervisor: W. Buño. 1996 NATO Postdoctoral fellow. Iowa State University, USA. Supervisor: P.G. Haydon. 1997-98 HFSP Postdoctoral fellow. Iowa State University, USA. Supervisor: P.G. Haydon. 1998-99 Research Associate. Iowa State University, USA. 1999-01 Researcher. Cajal Institute, CSIC, Madrid, Spain. 2001-06 Staff scientist. Cajal Institute, CSIC, Madrid, Spain. 2006-07 Research scientist. Cajal Institute, CSIC, Madrid, Spain. 2008 - Research Full Professor, CSIC. Instituto Cajal, CSIC, Madrid, Spain.
 

Distinctions and awards

  Pfizer Foundation Award (2008). Scientific Highlight of the year (2007). Selected by FENS & SENC. Vice-President of the Spanish Society for Neuroscience (2011-2013). Treasurer of the Spanish Society for Neuroscience (2009-2011). Member of Academia Europaea (2010). Invited Lectures: 66 in National and International Universities and Research Centers. Invited Foreign Expert to annual meeting of DFG Priority Program, Germany (2005). Invited Plenary Lecture. XIII Spanish Society for Neuroscience meeting (2009).

Research grants as principal investigator

  2002-04 Ministry of Science and Technology, BFI2001-0206, Spain. 89 851 €. 2005-07 Ministry of Education and Science, BFU2004-00448, Spain. 244 050 €. 2008-10 Ministry of Science and Innovation, BFU2007-64764, Spain. 300 000 €. 2008-12 FP7 Program, HEALTH-F2-2007-202167, European Union. 497 580 €. 2010-12 Ministry of Science and Innovation, Cajal Blue Brain, Spain. 100 000 €. 2011-13 Ministry of Science and Innovation, BFU2010-15832, Spain. 318 000 €. 2011-15 Ministry of Science and Innovation, CDS2010-00045, Spain. 400 000 €.

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