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Amancio Carnero Edit Profile

educator , research scientist

Amancio Carnero, Spanish research scientist, educator. Achievements include research in ras oncogenes activate PLD; research in role of p16 and p19ARF in cellular senescence; research in genetic system in cells through antisense messenger of Ribonucleic Acid; discovery of several genes involved in cancer.

Background

Carnero, Amancio was born on September 18, 1965 in Argamasilla de Calatrava, Ciudad Real, Spain. Son of Manuel Carnero and CArmen Moya.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Molecular Biology, University Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, 1994. Bachelor of Science in Biology, University de Granada, Granada, 1989. Bachelor of Science in Primary Education, University de Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, 1986.

Career

Undergraduate student University de GRanada, Granada, Spain, 1987—1989. Doctor of Philosophy student Iib (Csic), Madrid, 1990—1994, posdoctoral fellow, 1994—1995. Postdoctoral fellow Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, 1996—1997.

Senior research fellow Ich (Gosh-ucl), London, 1997—2000. Senior lecturer WIBR, 2000—2001. Head of the assay development group CNIO, Madrid, since 2001.

Director sirna Spanish-Portuguese Network EURIT, Spain, since 2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in ras oncogenes activate PLD. Research in role of p16 and p19ARF in cellular senescence. Research in genetic system in cells through antisense messenger of Ribonucleic Acid.

    Discovery of several genes involved in cancer.

Membership

Volunteer medical urgency hospital Clinica Puerta de hierro, Madrid, 1994—1995. Member of American Association for Cancer Research (associate), European Association for Cancer Research (associate), ASEICA (Madrid) (associate).

Connections

Married Maria Mar Vergel, October 1, 1994. 1 child Manuel.

father:
Manuel Carnero

mother:
CArmen Moya

spouse:
Maria Mar Vergel

child:
Manuel Carnero