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science educator

Antonio Marcilla, Spanish science educator. Achievements include development of Monoclonals for diagnosis of candidiasis. Fellow fellowship, Science Committee North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1993-1994, Fogarty Intrnational Center National Institutes of Health, 1994-1996. Member of Spanish Society for Proteonics, Spanish Society for Tropical Medicine and International Health, Spanish Society for Parasitology, Spanish Society for Microbiology.

Background

Marcilla, Antonio was born on April 23, 1964 in Albacete, Spain. Son of Antonio Marcilla and Maria Josefa Diaz.

Education

Graduate in Pharmacy, University Valencia, Spain, 1987.

Career

Visiting fellow National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1993—1994, research fellow, 1994—1995. Researcher Fundacion Valenciana de Investigaciones Biomedics, Institute Investigaciones, Valencia, Spain, 1995—1996, University Valencia, Burjassot, Spain, 1996—1998, assistant professor Spain, 1998—2002, associate professor Spain, since 2002. Reviewer Colciencias, Bogota, Colombia, since 2001, Agencia Nacional de Evaluacion Prospectivz, Madrid, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of Monoclonals for diagnosis of candidiasis.

Membership

Member of Spanish Society for Proteonics, Spanish Society for Tropical Medicine and International Health, Spanish Society for Parasitology, Spanish Society for Microbiology.

Connections

Married Matilde Lacarra, October 31, 1996. Children: Jordi, Pau, Xavier.

father:
Antonio Marcilla

mother:
Maria Josefa Diaz

spouse:
Matilde Lacarra

children:
Jordi Marcilla

Pau Marcilla

Xavier Marcilla