Infectious Diseases

Imagen equipo

Group leader

Santiago Moreno Guillén

smguillen(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf. +34 91 336 87 10

Principal Investigator

  • Francisco Javier Cobo Reinoso
  • Jesús Fortún Abete
  • Begoña Monge Maillo
  • María Jesús Pérez Elías
  • José Antonio Pérez Molina
  • Sergio Serrano Villar
  • Alejandro Vallejo Tiller
  • Matilde Sánchez Conde
  • Pilar Martín Dávila
  • María Jesús Vivancos Gallego
  • Javier Martinez Sanz
  • Humberto Erick de la Torre Tarazona

Collaborating Staff

  • Santos del Campo Terrón
  • José Luis Casado Osorio
  • Fernando Dronda Núñez
  • José Manuel Hermida Donate
  • Ana María Moreno Zamora
  • Enrique Navas Elorza
  • Francesca Florence Norman
  • Vicente Pintado García
  • Carmen Quereda Rodríguez-Navarro
  • Javier Moreno García
  • Rosa Escudero Sánchez
  • Sandra Chamorro Tojeiro
  • Mario Pons Guillén
  • Elena Moreno del Olmo
  • Daniel de Las Heras Gomez
  • Raquel Ron González
  • Clara Crespillo Andújar
  • Francesca Guiuseppina Gioia
  • Laura Martín Pedraza
  • Claudio Diaz Garcia
  • Jorge Diaz Alvarez
  • Alejandro Garcia Garcia
  • Rogelio López-Vélez Pérez
  • Celia Cano Sanz
  • María Fons Contreras
  • Adrian Martin-Hondarza Rios
  • Miguel Suárez Robles
  • Ana del Amo de Palacios
  • Maria Dolores Corbacho Loarte
  • Sara Saiz Baggetto
Imagen equipo

Group leader

Santiago Moreno Guillén

smguillen(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf. +34 91 336 87 10

Principal Investigator

  • Francisco Javier Cobo Reinoso
  • Jesús Fortún Abete
  • Begoña Monge Maillo
  • María Jesús Pérez Elías
  • José Antonio Pérez Molina
  • Sergio Serrano Villar
  • Alejandro Vallejo Tiller
  • Matilde Sánchez Conde
  • Pilar Martín Dávila
  • María Jesús Vivancos Gallego
  • Javier Martinez Sanz
  • Humberto Erick de la Torre Tarazona

Collaborating Staff

  • Santos del Campo Terrón
  • José Luis Casado Osorio
  • Fernando Dronda Núñez
  • José Manuel Hermida Donate
  • Ana María Moreno Zamora
  • Enrique Navas Elorza
  • Francesca Florence Norman
  • Vicente Pintado García
  • Carmen Quereda Rodríguez-Navarro
  • Javier Moreno García
  • Rosa Escudero Sánchez
  • Sandra Chamorro Tojeiro
  • Mario Pons Guillén
  • Elena Moreno del Olmo
  • Daniel de Las Heras Gomez
  • Raquel Ron González
  • Clara Crespillo Andújar
  • Francesca Guiuseppina Gioia
  • Laura Martín Pedraza
  • Claudio Diaz Garcia
  • Jorge Diaz Alvarez
  • Alejandro Garcia Garcia
  • Rogelio López-Vélez Pérez
  • Celia Cano Sanz
  • María Fons Contreras
  • Adrian Martin-Hondarza Rios
  • Miguel Suárez Robles
  • Ana del Amo de Palacios
  • Maria Dolores Corbacho Loarte
  • Sara Saiz Baggetto

Strategic objectives

  • Study the determining factors and pathogenic mechanisms of infectious diseases that cause health problems in our environment, with special emphasis on environmental factors, host factors and factors of the microorganism itself.
  • Determine the best diagnostic, therapeutic and preventative approach for diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites prevalent in our environment.
  • Study the mechanisms of persistence of HIV and of the pharmacological interventions that can contribute to their eradication, in collaboration with national and international groups.
  • Determine the characteristics of infectious diseases that affect immigrants in Spain and travellers to tropical and subtropical zones by exploring their diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
  • Define strategies for the optimisation of the use of antimicrobials in the treatment of community and hospital infections, that enable maximum efficacy to be obtained with the lowest toxicity for the patient, the fewest repercussions on the ecosystem and minimum pharmaceutical cost.

Research lines

  • HIV infection.
  • Imported infectious diseases (Tropical Medicine).
  • Infectious diseases in healthy and immunocompromised persons.

Location

Immunovirology Laboratory and EECC Unit in General Infectious Diseases


4th Floor centre, Control A.
EECC Unit in HIV and Tropical Medicine Infections. Ed.
External appointments, ground floor. Ramón y Cajal University Hospital

Keywords

infection, HIV, immunosuppressed, antibiotic, antiviral, antiparasitic, antifungal, hepatitis, human papilloma virus, sexually transmitted infection