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Cesar Garriga

Biologist, MSc Epidemiology, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher

I am an epidemiologist with a research focus on osteoarthritis, joint surgery outcomes and mortality. I am interested in clinical, ageing, pharmaco-and device-epidemiology.

My previous research has been focused on HIV. The main topic of my PhD was to determine how HIV-1 mutations contribute to antiretroviral resistance.

My experience includes data analysis, development of ad hoc software, data base design and implementation, and scientific dissemination trough conferences, medical and biochemical journals and official reports. Between 2000 and 2007 I worked in a research project involving a database generation and management of HIV sequences. In 2008 I joined the Carlos III Public Health Institute (Spain), gaining a wide experience in epidemiology of HIV and sexually transmitted infections. Between 2013 and 2014 I received additional training in a two-year field epidemiology programme (FETP).

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