Jose Carlos Jimenez-Lopez
Bs. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (1998); Bs. Biological Sciences (2001); Ms. Agricultural Sciences (2004), University of Granada, Spain; PhD degree in Plant Cell Biology (2008) at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Full-time Postdoctoral research associate at Purdue University, USA (2008-2011). Marie Curie Research Fellow (FP7-PEOPLE- 2011-IOF) (2012-2015) at the University of Western Australia and CSIC working in human health benefits of legume seed proteins, their allergy molecular aspects and cross allergenicity. Senior Research Fellow (Ramon y Cajal research program - MINECO) (2016 - present), currently working in the functionality, health benefits, and allergy implications of proteins from reproductive tissues (pollen and seeds) in crop species (mainly legumes) of agro-industrial interest. Author of more than 60 peer-review journal articles, 25 book chapters. His work is presented in more than 130 international congresses. Active member of different Scientific Societies: Spanish Legume Society; International Legume Society; Spanish and EU Microscopy societies. Editor of multiple books, Reviewer for more than 35 Peer-Review Journals of editorial as Elsevier, Springer, Wiley, Frontiers, etc.., and international expert panels member for funding grants evaluation.