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Research centres : Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC). Madrid

José María González-Granado

Degree in Biology, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) in 1999, he studied for his doctorate (2000-2004) in the Facultad de Medicina of the UAM, investigating the relationship between the function and structure of the arteries and increasing arterial pressure. These studies led to the award of the Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado (2005) and European Doctor mention.

Thanks to a Marie Curie European grant, he continued his studies into the vascular wall in the University of Glasgow (UK, 2003-2005). He then went on to join the Instituto de Biomedicina, Valencia (IBV-CSIC, 2005-2009) and was awarded a "Sara Borrell" contract to study the origin of atherosclerosis and the consequences of cellular accumulation of progerine (the mutant lamin A/C protein that causes Hutchinson-Gilford premature ageing syndrome (HGPS)).

Since 2009 he has worked in the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) with the chief aim of discovering the role of lamin A/C and progerine in the immune response mediated by T cells. Since 2012 he is the "Miguel Servet" Postdoctoral researcher and leads his own research group with the aim of making high quality and translational scientific contributions.

Scientific production

  • Article published in Journals: 1
  • Communications in national congresses: 2
  • Communications in international congresses: 3

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