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researcher , Education educator

Rafael Lahoz-Beltra, Spanish education educator, researcher. Achievements include invention of electronic enzyme (2000). Recipient Holland Prize (Philips), Spain, 1976, 1982. Member of Association William Fulbright, New York Academy of Science.

Background

Lahoz-Beltra, Rafael was born on April 8, 1962 in Madrid, Spain. Son of Rafael Lahoz and Ramona Beltra.

Education

Bachelor in biology, Complutense University, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy in biostatistics, Complutense University, 1989.

Career

Research scholar National Research Council, Madrid, 1985. Assistant professor Complutense University, 1986—1989. Fulbright scholar State University of New York at Binghamton, 1989—1990, University of Arizona, 1990—1991, FPI scholar, 1991—1992.

Assistant professor Complutense University, 1992—1998, associate professor, since 1998. Consultant Biological Dynamics, Madrid, since 2000. Reviewer Biosystems, 2001—2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of electronic enzyme (2000).

Membership

Member of Association William Fulbright, New York Academy of Science.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, cooking, slot cars, computers.

Connections

Married Chelo Magdaleno Lahoz-Beltra, October 20, 2001. 1 child Cristina.

father:
Rafael Lahoz

mother:
Ramona Beltra

spouse:
Chelo Magdaleno Lahoz-Beltra

child:
Cristina Lahoz-Beltra