Dr. Simo Schwartz Jr

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Senior scientist and advisor with specific interest in Nanomedicine and Advanced Therapies applied to unmet clinical needs. I am also acting as strategy coordinator to facilitate programs and initiatives that foster innovation in new treatments and diagnostic tools.


Currently acting as Strategy director of biobanking and bioresources at Vall d'hebron Campus. President of the European Society of Nanomedicine and Executive Board member of the International Society of Nanomedicine. Former director general of the Blood and Tissue Banc of Catalonia. Former director of CIBBIM-Nanomedicine. Former scientific associate director of CIBER-BBN and coordinator of technology transfer. Former director assistance of translational research at VHIR. H-index of 40, with more that 115 high impact publications and 17 transferred patents. Co-founder of 3 biotech companies (i.e, Bsure Medical ltd). Science Advisor of the European Nanomedicine Characterization Laboratory (EU-NCL). Member of the editorial Board of Precision Nanomedicine, J. Nanotechnology and of J. of Nanotheranostics. Former editorial Board member of Eur. J. Nanomedicine and Nanomedicine-NBM.
Simo Schwartz Jr


Cross-departmental services


Head of Section

Vall Hebron Institut de Recerca

Main researcher

Clinical Biochemistry, Drug Delivery & Therapy (CB-DDT)

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