Prof. Dr. Manuel Romero-Gómez (Seville, 1967)
Specialist in Digestive Diseases.
Chief of Liver and GI Section in Virgen del Rocío University Hospital.
Full Professor of Medicine at Medical School, University of Seville.
Head of SeLiver Group at Institute of Biomedicine of Seville (IBIS), Ciberehd group 47/2006 and CTS-532 research group in Andalucia.
Director of Hepatic, Digestive and Inflammatory Diseases Translational Research Program at IBIS.
External expert in Scientific Committee at IRyCIS, FPS, ISCIII, AFR, European Commission and NIH/NIDDK. Subproject leader and National Leader on European projects FLIP and LITMUS and general coordinator of NASH-PI.
Vicepresident (President elect) AEEH. Coordinator of Personalised Medicine working group in Covid-19 in Andalucia, Spain.
Member of Portuguese committee for elimination of viral hepatitis.
He has demonstrated his innovative and entrepreneurial skills by developing more than 10 patents during his scientific trajectory. He has published more than 444 peer-reviewed scientific papers in top journals of the field (Lancet, New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Hepatology, Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nature Communications).
He is enjoying doing translational and collaborative research. He loves listening to music, reading books, and doing sports. He is Betis supporter and love spending time with his family and biking and running.