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SURNAME: CASAS FLORES

NAME: MARIA JOSE
Telephone: +34 608059167

E-MAIL: mjcasasflores@yahoo.es

PROFESSIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND TEACHING ACTIVITY

POST

DATES

Postdoctoral researcher. Contract at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis. Department of Biology. University of Oslo.


1- May 2005 – 14 July 2005

Postdoctoral researcher (grant of the Spanish Ministry of Education). Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis. Department of Biology. University of Oslo


1-March 2003-28 February-2005

Professor (Profesora Titular Interina). Department of Sciences and Engineering, Saint Louis University. Madrid Campus.


Sept 2002 - December 2002

Professor (Profesora Titular Interina). Department of Sciences and Engineering, Saint Louis University. Madrid Campus.


May-June 2001

Professor (Profesora Titular Interina). Faculty of Biology. Universidad S.E.K. Segovia


October 1998 - March 2001

PhD contract. Faculty of Biology. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.


October 1993 - June 1996

Researcher at the Laboratoire d’Anthropologie de la Université Bordeaux I, in the framework of the UE program “Human Capital and Mobility” (CHRX-CT93-0193).


February - March 1996

Anthropologist. Archaeological site of Cercadilla, Córdoba (Spain) Contract of the Autonomic government of Andalusia.


February - June 1992


TRANSLATION

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1998-2002/ 2005-2008: free-lance translator of scientific documents (Biology, Environmental Sciences, Medicine, Chemistry) English  Spanish. French  Spanish. Main agencies: Wordworks, Chef du Monde, Right-ink, Tras@ . Main specializations:

  • Scientific documents on Medicine.

  • Reports on the manufacturing processes of medical drugs and clinical trials for market authorizations.

  • Drug market authorizations.

  • Patents (Biochemistry, Chemistry).

  • Scientific papers, reviews and book chapters on medical and biological research.

  • Documents on Ecology and Conservation.

  • Aromatherapy.

  • Cosmetics.

  • Educational texts at secondary school level (Biology, Geology, Physics, Chemistry).

  • Popular versions of scientific papers on Agronomy, Gardening and Landscaping.

  • Tourism.

  • Technical translations on Viticulture and Oenology.

Some examples of companies and projects related with the above topics: Annals of Oncology: 72000 words; The Oncologist: 38000 w.; The Asean Journal of Radiology: 18300 w.; American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics: 5300 w.; Merck: 3000 w.; Agence francaise de securité sanitaire des Produits de Santé: 3400 w.; Rütgers Organics: 10500 w.; Pfizer web site, clinical reports: 21000 w.; IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation: 5300 w.; Agrovin: 65000 w.

EDUCATION

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TITLE INSTITUTION DATE

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PhD (European Doctor) U. COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID 5-12-1997

in Biology (Fac. of Biology)
Licence in Biology (Zoology) U. COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID June 1990
University Specialist U. COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID June 1991

in Environmental Sciences

European Doctorate


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Main macroscopic skeletal markers of physical stress in human populations. Their validity as indicators of repetitive gestures"
Director: Dra. María Dolores Garralda, Professor (Profesora Titular) of Anthropology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Jury: Dr. Benjamín Fernández (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Dr. Winfried Henke (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)

Dr. Bernard Vandermeersch (Université Bordeaux I)

Dra. Virginia Galera (Universidad de Alcalá de Henares)

Dr. Vicente Fuster (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Mark: Apto cum laude "por unanimidad"
postgraduate courses
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COURSE: “Laboratory methods in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry I” (Gene technology: cloning and mutagenesis)

Duration: 100 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dr. Vidgis Lauvrak, Dr. Vibeke Leihne, Dr. Inger Sandlie.

INSTITUTION: Department of Molecular Biosciences. Universidad de Oslo.

Date: Fall 2003.

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COURSE: “The human genetic map”

Duration: 20 hours.

DIRECTOR: Prof. D. Santiago Grisolía.

INSTITUTION: Univ. Complutense de Madrid.

Date: August-1989.

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COURSE: “Parasitic illnesses and vaccines”

Duration: 15 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dr. Carlos Alonso and Dr. Manuel E. Patarroyo.

INSTITUTION: Ramón Areces Foundation.

Date: December-1989.

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COURSE: “Human Evolution. A Multidisciplinary Approach”

Duration: 80 hours.

ORGANISATION: Erasmus Program of the European Community.

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Dolores Garralda.

INSTITUTION: Faculty of Biology. Univ. Complutense de Madrid.

Date: June-1991.

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COURSE: “Basic Inmunohematological Techniques”

DURATION: 20 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Dolores Marrodán and Dra. María Soledad Mesa.

INSTITUTION: Faculty of Biology. Univ. Complutense of Madrid.

Date: October-1992.

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course: “Introduction to Forensic Anthropology”

DURATION: 40 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dra. Virginia Galera.

INSTITUTION: Univ. of Alcalá de Henares.

DATE: February-1993.

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COURSE: “Ecology and Preservation of primates in Equatorial Guinea”

DURATION: 10 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dr. Juan Pedro González Kirchner.

INSTITUTION: Fac. of Biology. Univ. Complutense de Madrid.

dates: 22 to 25 February-1993.

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COURSE: “Human origins and evolution”

DURATION: 60 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Dolores Garralda.

INSTITUTION: Fac. of Biology. Univ. Complutense de Madrid.

DATES: 1990-1991.

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COURSE: “Quantitative Anthropology”

DURATION: 30 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dr. Gonzalo Trancho.

INSTITUTION: Fac. of Biology. Univ. Complutense de Madrid.

DATES: 1990-1991.

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COURSE: “Anthropology of growth and post-natal development”

DURATION: 50 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Soledad Mesa.

INSTITUTION: Fac. of Biology. Univ. Complutense de Madrid.

DATES: 1991-1992.

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COURSE: “Molecular Anthropology”

DURATION: 50 hours.

DIRECTOR: Dr. Gonzalo Trancho.

INSTITUTION: Fac. of Biology. Univ. Complutense de Madrid.

DATES: 1991-1992.

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COURSE: “Environmental Psychology”

DURATION: 15 hours.

DIRECTOR: Prof. D. Florencio Jiménez Burillo.

INSTITUTION: Instituto Universitario de Ciencias Ambientales (IUCA). Univ. Complutense.

DATES: November-1990.

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COURSE: “Environmental agriculture”

DURATION: 15 hours.

DIRECTOR: Prof. D. Gaspar González González.

INSTITUTION: Instituto Universitario de Ciencias Ambientales (IUCA). Univ. Complutense.

DATES: December-1990.

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COURSE: “Biological treatment of natural ores and industrial wastes”

DURATION: 15 hours.

DIRECTOR: Prof. D. Antonio Ballester Pérez.

INSTITUTION: Instituto Universitario de Ciencias Ambientales (IUCA). Univ. Complutense.

DATES: August-1989.

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COURSE: “Ecology and environmental crisis”

DURATION: 60 hours.

DIRECTOR: Prof. F. Díaz Pineda.

INSTITUTION: Instituto Universitario de Ciencias Ambientales (IUCA). Univ. Complutense.

DATES: February-1991.

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COURSE: “Environmental impact evaluation”

DURATION: 90 hours.

DIRECTOR: Prof. D. Carlos T. de Pablo.

INSTITUTION: Instituto Universitario de Ciencias Ambientales (IUCA). Univ. Complutense.

DATES: April-1991.

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COURSE: “Parks and urban gardens preservation”

DURATION: 60 hours.

DIRECTOR: Prof. D. C. Vicente Córdoba.

INSTITUTION: Instituto Universitario de Ciencias Ambientales (IUCA). Univ. Complutense.

DATES: May-1991.

GRANTS

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2001: Patronato Municial “Víctor Rubio Chávarri” Grant of the Town Council of Priego de Córdoba for the study of andalusi human medieval remains from Priego de Córdoba
1993, 1994, 1995, 1996: “Formación de Personal Investigador” grant of the Univ. Complutense of Madrid for the doctoral thesis.
1993: Erasmus grant of the European Union for doctorate studies at the Laboratory of Anthropology of the University Bordeaux I (France).
1992: Grant of the Faculty of Biology (University Complutense of Madrid) for third cycle studies.
1991: University Complutense of Madrid grant for “University Specialist in Environmental Sciences” studies.
1990: “Collaboration” grant of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science at the Section of Anthropology, Fac. of Biology, Univ. Complutense of Madrid.
1985-1989: Grant of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science for university studies in Biology.

Research Projects

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2007-2008:

  • Study of Chalcolithic human remains from the site Cueva de los Cuarenta (Priego de Córdoba, España), supported by a grant of the “Patronato Municipal Víctor Rubio Chávarri” of Priego de Córdoba town council.


2003-2005:

  • Postdoctoral project "Origin of human DNA diversity in Spain. Study of a population from South Spain through the analysis of ancient DNA", supported by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science and the University of Oslo.


1999-2001:

  • Study of andalusi medieval remains from Priego de Córdoba (España), supported by a grant of the “Patronato Municipal Víctor Rubio Chávarri” of Priego de Córdoba town council.

Post: anthropologist and co director.
1997-1999:

  • Restoration and study of the anthropological material exhumed from Cercadilla site (Córdoba). Activity supported by the Area of Culture of the Autonomic Government of Andalusia.

  • Post: Director.


1996:

  • Research project “Human Evolution in Europe, morphological, ecological and genetical patterns” (n. CHRS-CT-93-0193, in the framework of “Human Capital and Mobility” UE program) under Dr. Bernard Vandermeersch coordination, Professor of Physical Anthropology at the Université Bordeaux I.

  • Post: Researcher at the Laboratoire d’Anthropologie of the Université Bordeaux I.


1993-1996:

  • PhD research project “Main macroscopic skeletal markers of physical stress in human populations. Their validity as indicators of repetitive gestures", supported by the Complutense University of Madrid.


1993:

  • Research project at the archaeological site of Hayonim cave (Galilee, Israel), under the direction of Dr. Ofer Bar-Josef, Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology at Harvard University, and Dr. Bernard Vandermeersch, Professor of Physical Anthropology at the Université Bordeaux I.

  • Post: Responsible of excavation and field anthropological works.

1992:

  • Research project at the archaeological site of Cercadilla (Córdoba, Spain) under Rafael Hidalgo Prieto direction, Assistant Professor of Archaeology at the Universidad de Córdoba.

  • Post: Anthropologist responsible of the fieldwork and study of the human remains recovered from the Cercadilla medieval cemetery.




  • Research project at the archaeological site of Heracleopolis Magna at Ihnasya el Medina Egypt) under Mª Carmen Pérez Die direction, Director of the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid.

  • Post: Anthropologist responsible of the field work and study of the Saite human remains recovered from the site of Heracleopolis Magna as a member of the Spanish Archaeological Mission in Egypt.


1991:

  • Research project “Protohistory and Romanization at the Subbética region in Córdoba. Almedinilla, Zagrilla and Salado river basins (Priego-Alcaudete Valley)” under Dr. Desiderio Vaquerizo Gil direction, Professor of Archaeology at the Universidad de Córdoba.

  • Post: Anthropologist responsible of the study of the human remains recovered from the El Ruedo roman cemetery (Almedinilla, Córdoba).




  • Research project at the prehistoric site of Dolmen des Peirières at Villedubert (Aude, France), under the direction of Dr. Henri Duday, Research Director in Anthropology at the Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (France).

  • Post: Field and laboratory work on the human remains exhumed from the site.


1990:

  • Research project at the archaeological site of El Castillo cave in Puenteviesgo (Upper Palaeolithic in Cantabria, North Spain), under the direction of Dr. Victoria Cabrera, Professor of Prehistory at the Univ. Nacional de Educación a Distancia of Spain.

  • Post: Responsible of field and laboratory work during the excavations of 1990.



scientific publications

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AUTHORS: M.J. CASAS, E. HAGELBERG, R. FREGEL, J.M. Larruga, A.M. Gonzalez

TITLE:Human mitochondrial DNA diversity in an archaeological site in al-Andalus: Genetic impact of migrations from North Africa in medieval Spain.”

REF: Am J Phys Anthropol. 2006 Dec; 131(4):539-51

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AUTHORS: M.J. CASAS

TITLE:El estudio de ADN humano de época almohade y actual revela la influencia migratoria norteafricana en Priego de Córdoba”

REF: Antiquitas 2005, vol 17: 137-141

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AUTHORS: M.J. Casas

TITLE:Principales marcadores óseos macroscópicos de estrés físico en poblaciones humanas. Su validez como indicadores de gestos repetitivos”

REF.: Tesis doctoral. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. 1997

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AUTHORS: M.J. Casas, e. Crubézy, F. Briois, L. Haye

TITLE: “Degenerative Joint Disease and Enthesopathies in a Bronze Age population from

Sindou cave (Senaillac-Lauzes, Lot, France)”

REF.: Human Evolution 1996, vol. 11, n.2: 147-158

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AUTHORS: M.D. GARRALDA, V. GALERA, E. CLEUVENOT & M.J. CASAS

TITLE: “The three oral tori in the Coimbra population (Portugal) at the beginning

of the XXth. century A.D.”

REF.: Human Evolution 1996, vol. 11, n.2: 171-182

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AUTHORS: M.D. GARRALDA, V. GALERA, E. CLEUVENOT, M.J. CASAS &

M.A.T. Da ROCHA

TITLE: “Variabilidad de los tori orales en la población de Coimbra (Portugal) a principios del

siglo XX)

REF.: Antropologia Portuguesa 1995, vol 13: 121-138

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AUTHORS: M.D. GARRALDA, V. GALERA, E. CLEUVENOT, M.J. CASAS &

M.A.T. Da ROCHA

TITLE: “Les torus oraux dans la collection de Coïmbra –Portugal: variabilité, degré d’expression et association”

REF: Bulletin de la Societé Royale Belge d’Anthropologie et de Préhistoire 1997, vol 108: 21-133

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* These three papers are about different aspects of the research on oral torus at Coimbra population. They are not translations of the same paper.

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AUTHORS: M.J. CASAS

TITLE: “Estudio antropológico de 18 tumbas de la necrópolis del Ruedo (Almedinilla, Córdoba)”

REF: Antiquitas 2000, vol 11-12: 207-232 ____________________________________________________________________________________

AUTHORS: M.J. CASAS, E. CLEUVENOT

TITLE: “Los restos humanos medievales de época andalusí del castillo de El Castillo de Priego (Córdoba). El sondeo 3 de la IAU de 1997”

REF: Antiquitas 2000, vol 11-12: 89-101

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Scientific and Technical Reports


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AUTHOR: M.J. CASAS, M.D. GARRALDA

TITLE: “Informe antropológico de los restos humanos de la necrópolis medieval de la Plaza del Carmen. Medinaceli (Soria)”

REF.: Report presented in 1991 for publication in F. MORALES et al Memoria de las Excavaciones Arqueológicas de Medinaceli. Años 86-89. Junta de Castilla y León.

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AUTHOR: M.J. CASAS

TITLE: “Informe antropológico de los restos humanos hallados durante la excavación de 1992 en Villarejo de Salvanés”

REF.: In R. MENASALVAS, R. ESCOBAR y B. GAMO. Memoria final de la 1ª campaña de excavación arqueológica en el yacimiento de Sta. María, Villarejo de Salvanés. Madrid. Volumen 1. 1992. Delegación de Cultura y Patrimonio de la Comunidad de Madrid.

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AUTHOR: M.J. CASAS

TITLE: “Informe sobre el estudio antropológico de los restos humanos hallados en la campaña de excavación de 1992 en el yacimiento arqueológico de Cercadilla”

REF.: Report presented in 1993 for publication in R. Hidalgo Memoria de las excavaciones arqueológicas en el yacimiento de Cercadilla, Córdoba. Junta de Andalucía. Consejería de Cultura. Córdoba.

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AUTHOR: M.J. CASAS

TITLE: “Informe sobre el estudio antropológico de los restos humanos de época saíta procedentes de la Heracleopolis Magna, Ihnasya el Medina, Egipto”

REF.: Report presented in 1993 for publication in C. PEREZ et al Memoria de Excavaciones en Ihnasya el Medina (Heracleopolis Magna). Egipto. Museo Arqueológico Nacional. Ministerio de Cultura. Madrid.

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AUTHOR: M.J. CASAS, E. CLEUVENOT

TITLE: “El Muladar. Restos humanos esqueléticos conservados. Conservación, identificación, análisis de los restos y medidas”

REF.: Report for Arqueoestudio to be presented at the Consejería de Cultura de la Comunidad de Madrid. 2002

BOOKS

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COAUTHOR: M.J. CASAS

TITLE: “Temario Oposiciones Vol. II. Cuerpo de Profesores de Enseñanza Secundaria. Biología y Geología”

REF.: CEP editorial. Madrid. 2008. In press

CONGRESSES AND SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

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PARTICIPATION: Attendance

CONGRESS: “The Origin of Modern Humans in Southwest Europe.

INSTITUTION: Univ. Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid. YEAR: 1991

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PARTICIPATION: Member of the Organising Committee. Presentation of a poster on “Medieval Skeletal Human Remains from Plaza del Carmen in Medinaceli (Soria, Spain)”.

CONGRESS: VIII Congress of the European Anthropological Association.

INSTITUTION: Univ. Complutense de Madrid YEAR: 1992

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PARTICIPATION: Attendance

CONGRESS: VII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Antropología Biológica

INSTITUTION: Univ. Autónoma de Madrid YEAR: 1993

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PARTICIPATION: Invited lecture on “DJD and enthesopathies in a Bronze Age population from Sindou cave (Senaillac-Lauzes, Lot, France)”.

CONGRESS: IX Congress of the European Anthropological Association.

INSTITUTION: Univ. of Copenhagen YEAR: 1994

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PARTICIPATION: Paper: “Variabilité des trois torus oraux dans la population de Coïmbra au Portugal”.

CONGRESS: 22 Colloque des Anthropologistes de Langue Française.

INSTITUTION: Univ. Libre de Bruxelles YEAR: 1995

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PARTICIPATION: Attendance

CONGRESS: I Meeting on Ancient DNA in Spain

INSTITUTION: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. YEAR: 2002

teaching experience

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2000-2001: Evolutionary Biology at the Department of Sciences and Engineering, Saint Louis University, Madrid campus (in English).

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2000-2001: Biological Anthropology and Evolutionary Biology at the Faculty of Biology of Universidad SEK of Segovia.

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1998-1999 / 1999-2000: Biological Anthropology and History of Sciences at the Faculty of Biology of Universidad SEK of Segovia.

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1995-1996: Practical work on Biological Anthropology at the Faculty of Biology of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

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1994-1995: Practical work on Biological Anthropology at the Faculty of Biology of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

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COURSE: “Diet in Spain: a multidisciplinary approach” (2nd edition)

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Luisa González Montero de Espinosa

INSTITUTION: Universidad de Alcalá de Henares

DATES: 3-7 July. 2000

DESCRIPTION: Lecture and practical work on “The skeleton as a source of information of the nutritrional status”(2 hours).

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COURSE: “Diet in Spain: a multidisciplinary approach”

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Luisa González Montero de Espinosa

INSTITUTION: Universidad de Alcalá de Henares

DATES: 5-9 July. 1999

DESCRIPTION: Lecture and practical work on “The skeleton as a source of information of the nutritional status”(2 hours).

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COURSE: “Impact of nutrition in human biology: evolutionary, biochemical and epidemiological considerations” (6th edition).

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Luisa González Montero de Espinosa

INSTITUTION: Universidad de Alcalá de Henares.

DATES: 29 June- 3 July. 1998

description: Lecture on "The diet of the first hominids: its evolution until Homo sapiens” (2 hours).

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COURSE: “Human Ecology updating”

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Dolores Marrodán

INSTITUTION: Instituto de Ciencias Ambientales (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and Colegio Oficial de Biólogos (Spain).

DATES: 27-31 October 1997

description: Theoretical course on "Skeletal markers of customary activities in past human populations" (2 hours).

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COURSE: “Impact of nutrition in human biology: evolutionary, biochemical and epidemiological considerations” (5th edition).

DIRECTOR: Dra. María Luisa González Montero de Espinosa

INSTITUTION: Universidad de Alcalá de Henares.

DATES: 30 june- 4 july. 1997

description: Practical work on "Skeletal indicators of nutritional alterations”. (6 hours).

courses Organization

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1991, 1993, 1995 Member of the organization team of the three editions of “Human Evolution a Multidisciplinary Approach”, under the coordination of Dra. María Dolores Garralda, Professor of Anthropology at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, in the framework of the EU Erasmus program.

research STAYS

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2007: Priego de Córdoba (Córdoba, Spain). Two months at the Museo Histórico de Priego de Córdoba. Research project on the Chalcolithic human remains from the site of Cueva de los Cuarenta (Priego de Córdoba, Spain).
2003-2005: University of Oslo. Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis. 26 months stay as a postdoctoral researcher to work on the project: “Origin of human DNA diversity in Spain. Study of a population from South Spain through the analysis of ancient DNA”
2004/2005: La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain). Two months at the Department of Genetics of La Laguna University for the postdoctoral research project on ancient DNA.
2003: Priego de Córdoba (Córdoba, Spain). One month at the Museo Histórico de Priego de Córdoba. Postdoctoral research
1993-1995: France. Several stays of 10 months between 1993 and 1995 at the Université de Bordeaux I for PhD research.
1996: France. Two months stay as a researcher at the Université de Bordeaux I, to work on the research project “Human Evolution in Europe, morphological, ecological and genetical patterns”
1995: United Kingdom. Three months. PhD research at the British Museum of Natural History in London.
1994: Portugal. Three months. PhD research at the Institute of Anthropology of the University of Coimbra.
1993: Israel. One month. Member of the archaeological team at the Hayonim site.
1992: Egypt. Three months. Research work in Anthropology as a member of the Spanish Archaeological Mission in Egypt.
OTHER MERITS

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  • 21-12-2005 to 22-03-2006: Web page design course (HTML, XML and ASP). Escuela Superior de Ingenieros de Minas. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. 300 hours.




  • 2002: List of free-lance translators of the European Parliament.




  • 1991-1992/ 1997-1998: Honorific collaborator at the Department of Animal Biology, Section of Anthropology at the Faculty of Biology of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.




  • Experience in the elaboration research projects and reports for national and EU budget.




  • Collaboration with international teams of researchers.



LANGUAGES OF SCIENTIFIC INTEREST ____________________________________________________________________________________

English, French, Spanish.



M.J. CASAS

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