Carmen Galàn serves at the Department of Botany, Ecology and Plant Physiology, University of Cordoba, Spain. She received a B.S. degree in biological sciences from the Faculty of Sciences, University of Cordoba, Spain, from 1976 to 1981. She obtained a D.S. degree (Cum Laude) from the University of Cordoba, Spain, in 1987. She has been serving as a Coordinator of the Spanish Aerobiology Network (REA), responsible for Spain in the European Aeroallergen Network (EAN), since 1998. She has been serving as an Administrative Council Member of the European Pollen Information, Ltd. (EPI), since 2001. She was the President of the International Association for Aerobiology (IAA), from 2002 to 2006. She has been a Member of the Expert Panel on Climate Change/Andalusian Forum on Climate Change, since 2007. She has been serving as an Executive Committee member and founding member of the European Aerobiology Society (EAS), since 2008. She has been responsible for Quality Control Work Group, European Aerobiology Society (EAS), since 2008. She has been the Coordinator of Doctoral Program of Natural Resources and Sustainability, University of Cordoba, since 2010. She has been a Member of the Expert Group for report on User Requirements Registry for Aeroallergens, Group Earth Observation System (GEOS), Environmental Protection Agency, since 2010. She has been an Associate Editor of the national journal Polen. Ed. Cordoba University, since 2001. She is a Member of the Editorial Board of Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine (AAEM), Education Institute of Agricultural Medicine in Lublin (Poland). She is a Scientific Editor of the journal Aerobiology (International Journal of Aerobiology). She has 146 papers; 15 chapters of textbooks for international courses; 17 books or book chapters. She has 15 invited talks at International Congresses; 181 scientific papers at Congresses, both national and international; she is a member of scientific committees and 12 international congresses. She has several funded projects including 4 at the regional level, 13 at national level, and 5 at international level.
Biography Updated on 10 October 2011