Board Members

DANIEL GÓMEZ-CABELLO

Presidente / Chairman

Daniel Gómez-Cabello is a Marie Curie Fellowship at the Danish Cancer Society (Kræft Bekæmpelse)http://www.cancer.dk and founder of the company Illusciences. Daniel studied Biological Science at University of Seville and made his PhD in Bichemistry and Biomedicine at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Furthermore, he worked at national and international research institutions as CNIO, MD Anderson Madrid, MD Anderson Houston and CABIMER.

BLANCA NIETO BERNÁLDEZ

Secretaría / Secretary

Blanca Nieto is Postdoctoral researcher at the Danish Cancer Society (Nucleolar Stress & Disease Group) in Copenhagen since September 2019. Originally from Extremadura, studied Pharmacy at the University of Salamanca, followed by a PhD in Biosciences in the Cancer Research Institute of Salamanca (Ribosome Biogenesis & Cell Growth Group)

JOSÉ ANTONIO CUESTA-SEIJO 

Tesorería / Treasurer

José Antonio Cuesta Seijo is a scientist in the Carlsberg Research Laboratory – where the pH scale gave birth, by means of studying the plants’ biology and focusing on the systems involved in the synthesis and using of the barley starch.

ADRIÁN RAMÓN SANTORJA

Communication Coordinator

ANA LONGÁS

Communication Specialist

Ana Longás is a communication professional who supports the CED-SFD communication team. Alongside her educational background in Advertising and PR (BA) and Corporate Corporate Communication (MA), she has more than 3 years of experience in working at marketing and corporate communication departments for different industries.

OUR BRANCHES IN DENMARK

Copenhagen

MARTIN EDUARDO SANTOCILDES ROMERO

Copenhagen Representative

Aarhus

MARIO MARTÍNEZ MARTÍNEZ

Aarhus Representative

Aalborg

ENRIC JUAN MARTÍNEZ

Aalborg Representative

Enric Juan is a telecommunications engineer from Barcelona pursuing a PhD in Aalborg. His research focuses on bringing the 5G technology into space by means of satellites in low orbits. After finishing his master of science in Toulouse (France), he decided to move to Denmark searching for new challenges. He describes himself as a space geek and aims to bridge the gap between researchers and society.