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Francisco Javier Fernández-Acero Edit Profile

researcher , biology professor

Francisco Javier Fernández-Acero, Spanish biology professor, researcher. Member of Sociedad Española de Proteómica (associate), Soceiedad Española de Microbiología (associate), Adalid Fencing Club (vice president since 2004).

Background

Fernández-Acero, Francisco Javier was born on August 28, 1973 in Córdoba, Spain. Son of Muñoz Fernández and Vazquez Acero.

Education

Degree in biology, University Córdoba, 1998. Master of Science in Marine & Environmental Sciences, University Cádiz, 2002. Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, University Cádiz, Puerto Real, 2006.

Career

Researcher Purdue University, Würzburg. Lafayette, Indiana, 1996. Teaching & research assistant science faculty., University Córdoba, 1996—1999.

Scholar University Cádiz, 2001—2003, research & teaching assistant microbiology, since 2004. Assistant director, department cleaning & sterilization Principe de Asturias Hospital, Alcala de Henares, Madrid, 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of the first proteomic analysis of phytopathogenic fungus botrytis cinerea, one of the few proteomic analysis carried on plant parasite organism. Research in the use of proteomic analysis to detect proteins that seems to be involved on fungal virulence. Research in the search of new therapeutic targets on botrytis and colletotrichium, using a proteomic approach.

Membership

Member of Sociedad Española de Proteómica (associate), Soceiedad Española de Microbiología (associate), Adalid Fencing Club (vice president since 2004).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fencing, photography, history, travel, reading.

Connections

father:
Muñoz Fernández

mother:
Vazquez Acero