Eduardo LÓpez-Collazo was born in Cuba, in 1969. He received the nuclear physics M.S. degree from Havana University, Cuba and the Ph.D. degree in pharmacy from the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, (summa cum laude) in 1992 and 1998, respectively. After two postdocs, first in Max Placnk Insitute fü r Immunobiologie (Frieburg, Germany) and second in Brown University (Providence, RI, USA), he has obtained a permanent position as a Principal Investigator at Biomedical Institute (IdiPAZ, Madrid). His main interest is in the innate immune system deactivation, focused in the mechanisms that govern endotoxin and tumor tolerance. His work is not only centred on the molecular signalling but also on the clinical implication, and has been widely cited by the experts in the field. He is a Member of The American Association of Immunology and the Spanish Association of Molecular Biology.
Biography Updated on 20 April 2011