Trinidad Montero-Vílchez

Hospital Universitario Virgen de las Nieves Spain

Dr. Trinidad Montero-Vilchez is a dermatologist at the Virgen de las Nieves University Hospital (HUVN), Granada, Spain, and holds a Ph.D. with International Mention and Outstanding Cum Laude qualification from the University of Granada, Spain. She received the Sanitas MIR 2022 Award, which recognises the best internal medicine resident in Spain. She has also received multiple awards for his research, several of international scope. Her fields of research focus on predictive and personalised medicine on how the non-invasive measurement of skin parameters could predict the response to different treatments. She participates as principal investigator and collaborator in several projects and has taken part as a speaker in several national and international congresses. She is a reviewer for several international journals and is editor of several special issues. She has more than seventy publications in high-impact scientific journals to her credit.

Trinidad Montero-Vílchez

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