Research Program. Food Products for Precision Nutrition

Director: Prof. Guillermo Reglero Rada

Objectives: the main purpose of this line is to connect with the food industry, building a bridge between molecular mechanistic research and the market through the development of food products for specific health use which either respond to the results generated by the most basic lines of the Institute or are validated using the scientific tools of said lines.

This group is based mainly on human resources and infrastructures outside IMDEA Food provided by Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. For this reason, the Institute has signed a collaboration agreement and, more specifically, within the context of Biocampus Norte de Madrid (BUC) developed by Universidad Autónoma and in which IMDEA Food is integrated, along with other public research centers and companies in the biomedicine sector.

Prof. Guillermo Reglero Rada

IMDEA Food Director and Director of the Food Products for Precision Nutrition Program

Guillermo J. Reglero Rada, PhD in Chemistry (1985). Full Professor of Food Sciences at the University Autonomade Madrid (1999) and Senior Researcher of Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC (on leave). Between 1993 and 1994 he worked as Technical of Industrial Projects for Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI). Between 2002 and 2006 he was the Manager of the Food Science and Technology Program of the National Plan of R&D.

Between 2005 and 2010 he was a member of the Steering Committee of the UAM-CSIC Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias de la Alimentación, CIAL. Currently he is the Director of IMDEA Food Institute. He works in a research group on food and health. He has directed 6 projects of the National Plan of R&D, 3 projects of industrial R&D Innpacto and 70 projects in collaboration with companies. Since 2005 he has coordinated a Program of a ctivities in Technology funded in three calls for the Comunidad de Madrid and composedof groups of 10 research centers and hospitals.

He has participated in projects of the EU Framework Program, as well as Consolider and Cenit Ingenio 2010 Programs. Currently heis involved in 3 projects of the Strategic National Consortia Program Research (CIEN). He is author over 250 publications of international impact and 3 licensed patents in exploitation. In 2001 he received the Award of the American Oil Chemists Society and in 2008 the Prize of the Spanish Society of Gastrononía as Best Spanish Researcher in Food Science andin 2015 the Fundación García Cabrerizo Award to the Invention.




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