The Biological Research Center Margarita Salas (Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas Margarita Salas - CIB Margarita Salas) is one of the largest and most prestigious centres of the Spanish National Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas - CSIC). The CIB Margarita Salas is a multidisciplinary institute integrating an array of disciplines in structural and cellular biology, biomedicine, biotechnology, agriculture, environmental sciences, and chemistry, which makes it unique among other CSIC research institutes.
The principal goals of the CIB Margarita Salas are: high quality research in basic biological sciences and the provision of knowledge-based solutions to biology-related problems affecting society. Our achievements include the design of new therapeutic approaches, vaccines, biological tests and procedures for industrial development. These and other achievements are facilitated by the quality and diversity of our research groups, the high standards of our technical and administrative staff, and the broad range of technologies provided by our specialized support facilities.
The CIB Margarita Salas is engaged in being one of the flagship biocenters of the CSIC and beyond, to become a paradigm of modern Integrative Biology.
María Jesús Martínez Hernández
Scientific Advisory Board
Internal Scientific Committee:
- CIB Director
- Members nominated by Director
External Scientific Committee:
- Prof. Angel Pellicer (Chairman)
School of Medicine - NYU Medical Centre New York, USA
- Prof. Paul Christou
Department of Crop and Forest Science - Faculty of Agronomy University of Lleida, Spain
- Prof. Ana María Cuervo
Institute for Aging Research, Albert Einstein College of Medicine New York, USA
- Prof. Anna Bigas
Instituto Hospital del Mar, Barcelona, Spain
- Prof. Daniel Ramón
Scientific Director of BIOPOLIS, Valencia, Spain
- Prof. Oscar Llorca
Director Structural Biology Program, CNIO, Madrid, Spain