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03/06/2021   09:00 - 09:30

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Everything indicates that this pandemic could generate a revolution in the scientific-technological world and one of the areas that will undoubtedly be part of it is biotechnology.

With the development of vaccines the melon of a very interesting debate about the liberation of patents in the field of health, the dream of every biomaker, was opened. We will talk about these and other topics at this table that promises strong emotions and that will serve to inaugurate the day dedicated to biotechnology.

 

Speakers

Lucía Castro

Lucia studied chemistry and received a doctorate in materials from the University of Oxford. She dedicated 15 years to the strategic consultancy for the agri-food industry and the renewable chemistry industry. She returns to Galicia with Mestrelab Research, where she is in charge of public financing and regulatory affairs. In July 2020 she joined DATAlife, Galicia's Digital Innovation Hub for Life Sciences, as manager.

 


Pablo Álvarez

Professional with more than 20 years of experience, executive MBA and computer engineer by training, entrepreneur and manager at heart. Professional beginnings at Deloitte as a SAP consultant, a career that he extended to the ICT management of Infinita Renovables in 2009, date from which he started several own projects of different kinds, joining in late 2018 as an assistant to the CEO of Zendal where he performs work of strategy, business development, director of the strategic project of digitization of the entire group, search, investment and support for startups, head of innovation and director of the Mentor Foundation chaired by Andrés Fernandez. He currently holds the presidency of DIH DATAlife on behalf of ZENDAL.


Beatriz Palomo

Description Beatriz Palomo has a degree in Biology from the Complutense University of Madrid. She also has a Master of Quality, Environment and Risk Prevention from the U.N.E.D and a Master of Pharmacoeconomics and Market Access from the Carlos III University. She has worked as a technician in the chemistry laboratory of the Alfonso X el Sabio University and in the grants area of the Medina, Terrón y Asociados Consultant, currently called Biolty, where she applied for various national and international grants.

She currently and for more than ten years she works in the Spanish Association of Bio-companies, first as a project technician and later as a project manager, managing projects and working both in their execution and in technical and economic management. She also coordinates the Association's Health Commission and is the national business contact point for the European Genome One Million Initiative.

 


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