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Physiology educator

Santiago Santidrian, Spanish physiology educator. Achievements include nutritional effect of raw legume proteins; effect of corticosterone on muscle protein degradation measured during a short term, malnutrition and liver cirrhosis. Postdoctoral fellow Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department Physiological Chemistry, 1977; recipient Research Annual award Royal Academy Pharmacy, Madrid, Spain, 1987, 88.

Background

Santidrian, Santiago was born on November 16, 1950 in Burgos, Spain. Son of Santiago and Angeles (Alegre) Santidrian.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, University NAvarra, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy in Physiology/Nutrition, University NAvarra, 1976, 1976.

Career

Assistant professor physiology, U. Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, 1973-1977; research associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department Physiological Chemistry, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1977-1981; associate professor, U. Navarra, Granada, Spain, 1982-1983; professor physiology, U. Granada, 1982-1983; professor physiology, U. La Lagune, Canary Islands, Spain, 1983-1987; professor physiology, U. Navarra, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include nutritional effect of raw legume proteins. Effect of corticosterone on muscle protein degradation measured during a short term, malnutrition and liver cirrhosis.

Membership

Sergeant Spanish Military, 1975. Member Federation American Societies Experimental Biology, American Institute Nutrition, American Society Animal Science, American Physiological Society, British Nutrition Society, Nutritition Society London.

Connections

Married Montserrat Miralles, January 9, 1979.

father:
Santiago Santidrian

mother:
Angeles (Alegre) Santidrian

spouse:
Montserrat Miralles