Pablo Cironi

Round Table II / Mesa Redonda II

Pablo Cironi graduated in Chemistry from the University of Buenos Aires, and holds a PhD in Organic Chemistry from the University of Barcelona. From 2005 to 2009, he was a postdoctoral Fulbright Fellow at the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard University. In 2009, he joined the Botín Foundation in Madrid as Senior Innovation & Technology Transfer Manager, responsible for identifying new business opportunities, managing the IP portfolio and defining business strategies to bring academic and public-based research ideas to market. In 2013 he joined the Center for Genome Regulation (Barcelona) to Head the Technology and Business Development Office activities where his main role consists of channeling CRG´s discoveries to market. With over 14 years research and development experience in Drug Discovery, Molecular Biology, Synthetic Biology and Biologics, and 7 years managing technology transfer and commercialization processes he has acquired a unique and strong acumen in strategy and innovation, and serves on several boards of renown health research institution, and is often an invited speaker of reference in the field.