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Maria Angeles González-Hevia, Spanish research scientist. President Official Biologist Organization, Oviedo, Spain, 1990—1996, vice president, 1997—2008, Benito Feijoo Foundation, Aviles, 2001—2008; treasurer Asturian Society Microbiologists, Oviedo, 2003—2008; Member of Spanish Society Clinical Microbiology and Infection Diseases, Spain Society Microbiology, American Society Microbiology.

Background

González-Hevia, Maria Angeles was born on November 20, 1949 in Grado, Asturias, Spain. Daughter of Amado González and Esperanza Hevia.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, Oviedo University, Asturias, 1993.

Career

Biological teacher Education and Science Ministry, Llodio, Spain, 1972—1974. Spanish teacher Inlingua School Languages, New York City, 1974—1975. Microbiologist San Agustin Hospital, Aviles, 1975—1989, Health Pubic Laboratory, Oviedo, 1990—1996, head microbiological department, since 1997.

Honor collaborator University Oviedo, since 1993.

Membership

President Official Biologist Organization, Oviedo, Spain, 1990—1996, vice president, 1997—2008, Benito Feijoo Foundation, Aviles, 2001—2008. Treasurer Asturian Society Microbiologists, Oviedo, 2003—2008. Member of Spanish Society Clinical Microbiology and Infection Diseases, Spain Society Microbiology, American Society Microbiology.

Connections

Married Jose Antonio ALvarez-Riesgo, July 21, 1979.

father:
Amado González

mother:
Esperanza Hevia

spouse:
Jose Antonio ALvarez-Riesgo