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Professors Juan Manuel Irache and Pedro González Muniesa, new vice-deans of the Pharmacy and Nutrition School

They join the board of the School as Vice-Deans of postgraduate program and Students.

/Juan Manuel Irache Garreta and Pedro González Muniesa.

07 | 06 | 2022

The president, María Iraburu, has appointed Professors Juan Manuel Irache and Pedro González Muniesa as Vice-Deans of postgraduate program and Students, respectively, of the School of Pharmacy and Nutrition.

Juan Manuel Irache is graduate (1987) and PhD (1990) in Pharmacy from the University of Navarra. Full Professor since 2009, he teaches Pharmaceutical Technology. Before joining the University, he worked at the University of Rouen (France) and at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (France).

Since 2018 she has been directing the Master's Degree University in management of Pharma-Biotech Companies. She has also been director of department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology (2005-08). He is a corresponding member of the Royal Academy of Pharmacy of Catalonia and of the French National Academy of Pharmacy.

For his part, Pedro González Muniesa replaces Professor Silvia Carlos as Associate Dean for Students. He is graduate in Pharmacy (2000) and holds a PhD in Physiology and Nutrition (2005) from the University and currently teaches nutrition, metabolism and physiology at Degree and Master's Degree, and coordinates the International Nutrition Certificate

He has been researcher and lecturer at the University of Liverpool (UK) and visiting professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Deputy Director of department of Food Science and Physiology, is manager of the committee International Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 

The dean of the School, María Javier Ramírez, thanks Professor Silvia Carlos "for these years in which her tireless spirit of service, her joy and good work - especially with students - have been a constant and driving force for her vice-deanship". In particular, it wishes to highlight "the magnificent work carried out during the difficult period of the recent pandemic in which her figure has been core topic".