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Dr. Carmen Berasain, appointed associate editor of the journal Liver International.

The researcher at the University's CIMA is one of two Spanish scientists who hold this award. position

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06/10/14 13:02 Mª Pilar Huarte

Dr. Carmen Berasain, scientist of the research center Applied Medicine (CIMA) of the University of Navarra, she has been appointed associate editor of the magazine Liver International. It is the official journal of the association International Association for the Study of the Liver (IASL) and one of the most important journals of the area of Hepatology.

Dr. Berasain is one of only two Spanish researchers who have been selected for this position. The committee publishing house is composed of 17 members from the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa.

D. in Sciences from the University of Navarra, she focuses her research activity on the study of the molecular and cellular instructions of liver diseases. Dr. Berasain has published more than fifty scientific articles in prestigious international journals, she is the author of several patents and principal investigator of several projects funded by the Spanish Government. Carlos III Health Institute.

researcher He has spent time abroad as a visiting student at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York (1993), as a postdoctoral fellow at the Hôpital Necker Enfants Malade in Paris (1995-1997) and more recently, as a visiting scientist at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York (2009-2010).

Dr. Berasain is a professor at area of Health Sciences and has worked at professor in the following universities: University of California at Berkeley and University of California at Berkeley. Schools of Pharmacy and Science teaching teaching of Degree, doctorate and Master's Degree. In addition, she has directed six doctoral thesis , two of them with award Extraordinary of doctorate, and has been director of doctoral program "Hepatology and Gene Therapy".