BioEclosion is a young company resulting from the efforts of its founders and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Born in 2016, its main objective is the development and production of new diagnotic devices based on last generation Biosensors
PH.D. JOFRE FERRER-DALMAU
Responsibilities: Chief Executive Officer
He is the cofounder and Chief Executive Officer at Company, Spain. He is Ph.D. in Biomedicine and a degree in Biotechnology and Biochemistry from Autonomous University of Barcelona. At 2014, he joined Envigo for two years where he became a pre-clinical stutdy director highly experienced in GLP compliance. Since 2016, he has been working in BioEclosion and as Assistant Professor in Autonomous University of Barcelona. He is currently finishing a MBA at Escuela de Administración de Empresas (EAE).
PROF. MARÍA ISABEL PIVIDORI
Responsibilities: Chief Technological Officer (CTO) and Scientific Advisor
She is the cofounder and Chief Technological Officer at Company, Spain. She is currently a tenure-track Professor at the UAB. She holds the B.A. degree in Biochemistry. She received her Ph.D. in chemistry in 2002. Prof. Pividori belongs to the Group of Sensors and Biosensors (GSB), recognized by AGAUR as a consolidated research group since 2005. This group has been working continuously since 1980 on the design of hand-held, user-friendly, low cost analytical instrumentation, with more than 450 papers in this topic, and funded by the National Programme of Biotechnology (BIO93-0635, BIO-0981- E, BIO96-0740, BIO2000-0681, BIO2004-02776, BIO2007- 63300, BIO2010-17566, BIO2013-41242, BIO2016-75751- R) beside other European and international programs. Relevant data about the IP are the h-index (26) and the number of scientific publication (112) being 78 scientific articles in indexed journals (70 % Q1) and 2 patents. The IP has supervised 6 doctoral dissertations, and 3 ongoing doctoral thesis. The number of citation is 1794, with a citation/article ratio of 20.62 and an average citation per year of 169. Isabel Pividori was principal investigator of 10 research projects and invited speaker in 25 conferences.