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Research centres : Instituto de Biotecnología de León (INBIOTEC).

Alberto Sola Landa

Dr. Alberto Sola Landa graduated in Biological Science from the University of Navarre in 1994. He later received his Ph.D. from the same university, doing his thesis at the Department of Microbiology, in the group of Dr. Ramón Díaz García under the supervision of Dr. Ignacio López-Goñi, with a grant from the Ramón Areces Foundation (1997-1999). His research involved the characterisation and manipulation of a system of two components associated with virulence in the pathogenic bacterium Brucella abortus, resulting in five publications and a national patent, as well as the Special Doctorate Prize.

In 2000, he joined the Institute of Biotechnology of León (INBIOTEC) as a postdoctoral researcher under the supervision of Dr. Juan Francisco Martín Martín and he currently holds a permanent position there as a staff researcher with several doctoral thesis candidates in his charge. Since then, his work has focused primarily on the study of phosphate control of secondary metabolite production in different species of the Streptomyces genus, with lead author publications in high impact journals such as PNAS, Nucleic Acids Research, and Molecular Microbiology. Overall, he has participated in 11 research projects, co-authoring 15 articles in books and scientific journals, and presented more than 30 papers at national and international conferences. The funding of this project means the creation of his own line of research within the centre.

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