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Jesus M. Prieto (April 6, 1944, Oviedo, Spain) is a Spanish medical doctor and scientist who is at present Emeritus Professor of Medicine at the University of Navarra.[1][2]

BiographyEditar

He studied at the University of Valladolid where he obtained the degree in Medicine in 1967 and the PhD degree in 1969. He specialized in Internal Medicine and Gasteoenterology at the University Hospital of Valladolid and in Hepatology at the Royal Free Hospital of London (1972-73) where he was Researh Fellow in the Department of Professor Sheila Sherlock.[3]​ In 1976 he was appointed Associated Professor of Medicine of the University of Oviedo[4]​ and in 1977 he obtained the Chair of Medicine of the University of Santiago de Compostela[5]​ (Galicia, Spain) being designated Director of the Department of Medicine of the General Hospital of Galicia.«El doctor Jesús Prieto, «Premio de Reconocimiento» de la EASL». ABC (en spanish=). 24 de abril de 2013. Consultado el 5 de marzo de 2018.  In 1979 he was appointed full Professor of Medicine of the University of Navarra, Director of the Department of Medicine of the Clinic University of Navarra and Director of the Division of Hepatology and Gene Therapy of the Center for Applied Medical Research (CIMA). Since 2104 he is Emeritus Professor of Medicine of the University of Navarra and is in charge of a laboratory at CIMA which is dedicated to do research in cancer gene therapy and to the training of young African scientists.

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HonorsEditar

Former President of the Spanish Association for the Study of the Liver (AEEH) 6 . Former Member of the Scientific Committee of the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) . Founder member of the Spanish Society of Gene Therapy . Former Member of the Scientific Committee of the French Agency for Research on AIDS and Hepatitis C . Former President of the International Committee of the American Society of Gene Therapy . He has been member of the editorial board of diversity of prominent medical journals in the field of Gastroenterology , Hepatology and Gene Therapy.

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Prizes and RecognitionsEditar

  • Spanish National Prize of Medical Research (2014)
  • Recognition Award of the European Association for the Study of the Liver (2013)
  • Gold Medal of the University of Navarra (2015)
  • Doctor “Honoris Causa” of the University of Porto (Portugal) (2001)[11]
  • Doctor “Honoris Causa” of the University Austral (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (2012)
  • Great Prize Bial Foundation of Medical Research (Lisbon, 2005)

Publications and professional achievementsEditar

He has published more than 400 papers in high-rank international scientific journals and has directed more than 50 doctoral thesis and submitted an important number of patents. He has conducted several clinical trials with innovative therapies pertaining treatment of liver cirrhosis and gene therapy of liver cancer and monogenic liver diseases.

ReferencesEditar

  1. de Benito, Emilio (July 24, 2012). «Ciencia: la fe del que no sabe». El País (en spanish) (Madrid). 
  2. Universidad Francisco de Vitoria - Fundación Vaticana Joseph Ratzinger Benedicto XVI, ed. (2018). «Premios Razón Abierta. Ganadores categoría investigación. Segunda edición» (en spanish). Consultado el 20 de mayo de 2020. 
  3. Strazzabosco, Mario (Septiembre de 2013). «EASL Recognition Awardee 2013 Professor Jesus Prieto». Journal of Hepatology LIX (3). doi:10.1016/S0168-8278(13)00390-5. Consultado el 6 de marzo de 2018. 
  4. P., A. (20 de febrero de 2016). «El médico Jesús Prieto recibe la medalla de oro de la Universidad de Navarra». La Nueva España (en spanish) (Oviedo). Consultado el 6 de marzo de 2018. 
  5. Cabezas Cerrato, José; Lorenzo Zúñiga, Vicente; Torre Carballada, José Antonio (2015). «Profesor Dr. Jesús Prieto Valtueña. Catedrático Emérito de la UN». 70 años de historia de la medicina académica en Compostela (en spanish). Santiago de Compostela: Editoral Compostela. pp. 91-95. ISBN 978-84-8064-220-0. 
  6. Yazdani, Masoud (2013). Who's who in research Cultural Studies. Bristol - Chicago: Intellect. pp. [62]. ISBN 9781841504988. 
  7. Autonomous University of Madrid, ed. (March 12, 1999). «Descripción autoconsistente del transporte en hilos superconductores cuasiunidimensionales» (en spanish). Madrid. Consultado el 20 de mayo de 2020. 
  8. «Membri del gruppo». Hypsosis: Gruppo di ricerca in teologia morale, fondato e diretto dal Prof. Réal Tremblay, C.Ss.R., Professore ordinario all'Accademia Alfonsiana (Roma) (en italian). Consultado el 21 de mayo de 2020. 
  9. «Los antiguos alumnos maristas celebran su asamblea anual». ELa Voz de Córdoba (en spanish) (Córdoba, Spain). December 22, 2019. 
  10. «El catedrático de la UN, Jesús Prieto, doctor "honoris causa" por la Universidad de Oporto». Madrid: Fundación Universia. October 12, 2001. Consultado el September 21, 2020. 
  11. «El catedrático de la UN, Jesús Prieto, doctor "honoris causa" por la Universidad de Oporto» (en spanish). Madrid: Fundación Universia. October 12, 2001. Consultado el September 21, 2020. 



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