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physician

Alberto Manuel Torres, Spanish physician. Fulbright scholar, 1986-1990, Fondo Investigaciones Sanitarias, 1985-1986; Research fellow Harvard University, 1988-1990. Member Spanish Society Epidemiology, European Public Health Association, Spanish Society International Health Tropical Medicine (founding), Doctors Without Borders, Action Against Hunger, Fulbright Association.

Background

Torres, Alberto Manuel was born on October 31, 1958 in Jaen, Spain. Son of Manuel Torres and Natividad Cantero.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Medical School, Granada, Spain, 1982. Master in Public Health, Harvard University, 1986. Doctor in Public Health, Harvard University, 1991.

Career

Public health worker Andalusian Health Service, Jaen, Spain, 1982-1984. Medical inspector Minister of Health, 1984-1985. Lecturer University Geneva, 1992-1993.

Professor, chairman National School Public Health, Madrid, Spain, 1994-1998. Associate professor department public health faculty medicine University Miguel Hernandez, since 1998. Medical officer World Health Organization, Geneva, 1992-1994, consultant, since 1995, head collaborating center, since 1996.

Consultant European Commission Humanitarian Office, Brussels, since 1995. Coordinator European Masters International Health, Madrid, since 1996.

Membership

Member Spanish Society Epidemiology, European Public Health Association, Spanish Society International Health Tropical Medicine (founding), Doctors Without Borders, Action Against Hunger, Fulbright Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Classical music, theater, literature, swimming, skiing.

Connections

Married Carmen Martinez, May 15, 1998. 1 child, Adrian Leonardo.

father:
Manuel Torres

mother:
Natividad Cantero

spouse:
Carmen Martinez

child:
Adrian Leonardo Torres