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Research centres : Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular del Cáncer. Universidad de Salamanca-CSIC.

Andrés Celestino García Montero

Born in Valladolid in 1969, he took a degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Salamanca (1987-1992), where he studied for his doctorate in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology (1997). He commenced studying molecular biology during his post-doctoral training in Unit 315 of the National Health and Medical Research Institute (Institut National de la Santé et la Recherche Médicale) (Marseille, France) (1998-2000) thanks to a visiting research contract (Poste Vert).

In 2000, as a postdoctoral researcher, he joined the group of Dr. Alberto Orfao in the Salamanca Cancer Research Centre (CIC), working on subjects in connection with onco-haematology.

In 2004 he obtained a position as Contracted Researcher of the National Health System (Miguel Servet contracts). Additionally, that same year he contributed, together with Dr. Alberto Orfao and Dr. Enrique de Álava, to the start-up of the National DNA Bank (University of Salamanca/ISCIII). Since that year he has combined his research work with the role of Technical Co-ordinator of the King Charles III National DNA Bank.

He does his research work at the CIC, in the recognised research group "Citómica", where he works in the line of research into Mastocytosis, collaborating closely with clinical groups and researchers in the Spanish Mastocytosis Network (REMA). He has taken part in more than 25 projects, financed with public or private funds, of which he has been (or is) the principal investigator in 6 projects, and is the co-author of more than 40 articles in international scientific journals.

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