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Juan Luque Moruno. PhD in Immunology, MsC in Science & Innovation Management and scientific manager of the area of rare diseases of the Centro de Investigación Biomédica en Red (CIBERER) since 2009. In his first years as a researcher he developed his activity at INSERM (France) and later at the Reina Sofía University Hospital in Córdoba where he completed his doctoral studies. His research has been focused on the cellular mechanisms that act on “immunological tolerance”. In 2007 he made the leap to the research management enviroment, first giving support to a network of biomedicine groups at the University of Extremadura, thanks to a fellowship programme granted by Bank of Santander. And later, from 2009 to date, he arrived to the CIBERER consortium. As CIBERER’s scientific manager, he has experience in team’s coordination, technology transfer, innovation and project/program management in research networks. Currently, in addition to supporting CIBERER’s board of directors in the implementation of the strategic plan of CIBERER, he is responsible of the technologic transfer activities inside the CIBERER. The main activities are related to R&D promotion, orphan drug development and support to industrial property aspects and public-private research agreements.
Furthermore, he has a wide experience in the field of rare diseases, accredited with his participation
in several european and national projects. He is responsible of MAPER resources at CIBERER and coordinates during 6 years the “Therapeutic Aspects” module of the official Master’s Degree on “Current Knowledge of Rare Diseases” jointly launched by the Pablo de Olavide University and the International University of Andalusia.