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Spain

Spain has two national representatives: Regina Gironés Sarrió and Raúl Córdoba Mascuñano.

Regina Gironés Sarrió

Regina Gironés Sarrió is one of the NRs for Spain.

 

 

 

Raúl Córdoba Mascuñano

Dr Raul Cordoba is Head of the Lymphoma Unit at Fundacion Jimenez Diaz University Hospital, Madrid, Spain. He obtained his Bachelor of Medicine degree from the Autonomous University of Madrid and went on to specialise in Haematology at the University Hospital La Princesa, Madrid. He first started his research in the field of lymphoid neoplasms, achieving his Master’s degree in Molecular Oncology from the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre, Madrid, and his PhD from the Department of Medicine at the Autonomous University of Madrid, where he is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Medicine.

He is currently the Principal Investigator for the Haematology Programme of START Madrid-FJD, a unit dedicated exclusively to Phase I trials in oncology. He also is the President of the Lymphoma Tumor Board and member of the Institutional Review Board / Ethic Review Committee (IRB/ERC) in his institution.

Dr Cordoba is member of the Spanish Society of Hematology (SEHH), where he serves as the Vicepresident of the Spanish Group of Hematology Geriatrics. He is also member of the European Society of Hematology, where he participates in the European Lymphoma Group and the “Hematology and Aging” Working Group. Since 2014, he is one of the Spanish National Representatives at the International Society of Geriatric Oncology (SIOG).

PDF iconSIOG 2016 NR poster - Spain.pdf

PDF icon2016 11 NR Report - Spain.pdf