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Felipe Gomez Gomez, Spanish research scientist. Achievements include discovery of Microbial role in biodelphurization of coals; discovery of Effects of Ultraviolet radiation over microbes; discovery of Role of microbes in biodesulphuriztion of fossil fuels; discovery of effects of ultraviolet radiation over life. Astrobiological implications; discovery of Biodiversity in an extreme habitat: Rio Tinto.

Background

Gomez, Felipe Gomez was born on June 26, 1968 in San Miguel de Serrezuela, Spain. Son of Miguel and Teodora Gomez.

Education

Bachelor of Science, M. Gandhi High School, Madrid, 1986. Degree in Biochemistry, Universidad Autonoma, Madrid, 1991. Master in microbiology, Severo Ochoa Molecular Biology Center, Cantoblanco, 1993.

Doctor of Philosophy, Severo Ochoa Molecular Biology Center, Cantoblanco, 1997—1997. Degree in Agriculture engineering, Universidad Politecnica, Madrid, 2000.

Career

Postdoctoral Universidad Autonoma, Cantoblanco, Spain, 1997—1998, Astrobiology Center, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain, 1998—2004, Centro de Astrobiologia, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain, 1998—2004, staff scientist Spain, 2004. Postdoctoral Molecular Biology Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Spain, 1999—2000. Staff scientist Centro de Astrobiologia, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain, Spain, 2004.

Teaching collaborations Autonoma University, Cantoblanco, Spain, 1995—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of Microbial role in biodelphurization of coals. Discovery of Effects of Ultraviolet radiation over microbes. Discovery of Role of microbes in biodesulphuriztion of fossil fuels.

    Discovery of effects of ultraviolet radiation over life. Astrobiological implications. Discovery of Biodiversity in an extreme habitat: Rio Tinto.

Connections

father:
Miguel Gomez

mother:
Teodora Gomez