<strong><p>Ph.D in Biochemistry</p> <p>Master on Leadership and Management of Research and Innovation</p></strong> <p>Ph.D in Biochemistry from the University of Barcelona, followed by 6-year post-doctoral experience at the NKI (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Back to Barcelona as Research Associate at the IRB Barcelona, where I was the recipient of a Marie Curie fellowship and earned experience as scientific manager. I complemented my education with short courses on the topics of intellectual property (Biobusiness Summer School), quality and innovation management (Open University of Catalonia) and leadership (The art of Leadership: more results less conflicts). I have recently completed the Master Degree on Leadership and Management of Research and Innovation at the Barcelona School of Management (IDEC-UPF).</p>
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