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IDAEA-CSIC

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Damià Barceló


e-mail: damia.barcelo@idaea.csic.es

Full Research Professor at IDAEA-CSIC and Head of the Environmental Chemistry Department. In 2007 he received the Prize King Jaume I on the Protection of Nature. He has published over 642 scientific papers in journals of SCI (Hirsch index of 71, 120 book chapters and editor of 20 books on Environmental analysis and fate of pollutants. He is member of the Editorial board of several journals covering the topics of analytical and environmental chemistry. Supervisor of 34 PhD thesis on environmental analysis, fate and behaviour of organic pollutants in water, sediment and biota using mass spectrometric techniques, immunoassay, toxic assays and biosensors. Partner and coordinator of several Spanish and EU funded projects since 1997.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: Coordinator and  Leader of WP14

Marianne Köck


e-mail: marianne.kock@idaea.csic.es

Post-doc at the Department of Environmental Chemistry of the IDAEA-CSIC. She has Master degree on Organic Chemistry (UnB, Brazil) and PhD on Analytical Chemistry (UB, Spain). Four years of experience in management and coordination of European projects, project evaluator of FONCyT and 23 papers published in international refereed journals with a Hirsch index of 13.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: Project manager and co-leader of WP13, WP14

Antoni Ginebreda


e-mail: agmqam@cid.csic.es

Full Research Professor at IDAEA-CSIC, Department of Environmental Chemistry. Previously he devoted 17 years to the public management of water quality aspects in the Catalan Water Agency. His research interests are focused on all quality aspects of the water cycle, including the relationships between chemistry and ecology, ecotoxicology, wastewater treatment and risk assessment and the development of new analytical methods for the characterization of the degradation of organic materials in the environment. He has supervised 2 PhD. He has participated in 22 research projects both European (FP6, FP7 and H2020) and national. He has more than 94 papers published in SCI journals (h-index index 35), edited 4 books, 29 book chapters and 9 patents.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: leader of WP1, participant in WP12

Ethel Eljarrat


e-mail: ethel.eljarrat@idaea.csic.es

Scientific researcher at the Department of Environmental Chemistry, IDAEA-CSIC. She has published over 114 scientific papers in journals of SCI (Hirsch index of 29), 27 book chapters and editor of 2 books on "Brominated Flame Retardants (BFRs)" and "Emerging Organic Contaminants in sludges. Analysis, fate and treatment with fungi". Supervisor of 8 PhD thesis on environmental analysis, fate and behaviour of emerging organic pollutants, specially flame retardants and pyrethroid insecticides, in sediment and biota using mass spectrometric techniques. Participation in several Spanish and EU funded projects.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Marinella Farre


e-mail: marinella.farre@idaea.csic.es

Ph.D. in Chemistry. She has more than 80 scientific papers in journals of SCI (Hirsch-index 20), 14 book chapters. She is involved in development of biosensors based on new nano-technological materials, and the development and application of new analytical techniques based on LC-MS for the analysis of emerging pollutants (e.g, perfluorinated compound and nanomaterials) in food and environmental samples. She was involved in 8 EU projects and 14 project at national level. Currently, she is researcher at IDAEA-CSIC, she is project manager of the FP7 project CONffIDENCE, and she is the supervisor of 4 PhD theses.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Miren López de Alda


e-mail: miren.lopezdealda@idaea.csic.es

PhD in Pharmacy by the University of Santiago de Compostela. Guest researcher at NIST (Maryland, USA) in 1995-1998. At present Scientific Researcher at the Department of Environmental Chemistry, IDAEA-CSIC. Her main field of expertise is the environmental analysis of emerging contaminants by LC-MS/MS techniques. She has participated in 16 national and 21 international I+D projects financed in public calls and in 22 contracts with companies and/or administrations. She has published 166 SCI papers (Hirsch-index 58) and 30 book chapters, and has presented more than 250 contributions in national and international conferences. She has participated in various EU (e.g. Marie Curie, STREP) and Spanish (e.g. ANEP) Committees.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5, WP6

Silvia Diaz-Cruz


e-mail: silvia.diaz@idaea.csic.es

She is Research Scientist permanent staff at the IDÆA-CSIC.  PhD on Analytical Chemistry by the University of Barcelona (2001). She is involved in the development and application of new analytical methods based on advanced mass spectrometric techniques for the determination of trace emerging organic pollutants in biological and environmental matrices and transformation products profiling. She has 70 SCI papers (Hirsch-Index 26), 14 book chapters and is Editor of 1 book. Supervised 2 PhD Thesis and is currently supervising 3 PhD students. She has participated in 30 national and EU projects and has been the project manager of 3 EU-funded projects.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Sandra Pérez


e-mail: spsqam@idaea.csic.es

Research associate at IDÆA-CSIC in Barcelona (Spain). Her work is focused on studying the occurrence, distribution and degradation of pollutants in the aquatic environment. She is recognized as international expert in the development of analytical techniques based on chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry (MS) techniques and also in advanced MS techniques such as UPLC-Q ToF-MS and UPLC-Q exactive-MS for the structural elucidation of novel transformation products and metabolites. She was involved in different EU projects (EMCO, SANDRINE), NSF projects and Spanish national projects (CEMAGUA and SCARCE). She has more 60 publications in international peer-reviewed journals (h index 22, 14 book chapters).



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Cristina Postigo


e-mail: cprqam@idaea.csic.es

PhD in Sciences (University of Barcelona), Marie Curie researcher in the US. Environmental Protection Agency (Triangle Research Park, NC, USA) and post-doctoral researcher at IDAEA-CSIC since 2014. His scientific activity has focused on adapting water treatments to control and reduce the presence of emerging organic pollutants and training of disinfection byproducts (DBPs) in water, with the ultimate goal of generating good quality water, and thereby safeguarding public health. He has participated in 10 research projects. He has published 38 scientific articles, and 18 book chapters, and has 70 contributions to national and international conferences.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Esteban Abad


e-mail: esteban.abad@idaea.csic.es

Dr. Esteban Abad is a Scientist Staff, Head of the Laboratory of Dioxins of the Department of Environmental Chemistry at the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDÆA) of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) in Barcelona. His field of expertise focuses on the analysis of dioxins and other POPs by using HRGC/HRMS for biotic and non biotic samples. He is co-author of more than 80 articles included in the SCI and participates in several International Committees aiming to elaborate harmonized analytical procedures and his contribution in several research projects related the presence of POP in the environment, industrial processes, food and feed and human tissues. Dr. Esteban Abad is one of the experts for UNEP leading laboratory inspections to assess existing capacity and capacity building needs to analyse POPs in developing countries in the framework of the Stockholm Convention.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Manuela Ábalos


e-mail: manuela.abalos@idaea.csic.es

Manuela Ábalos is a PhD in Chemistry and the Laboratory Manager of the Laboratory of Dioxins of the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDÆA) of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC). She is involved in the analysis of dioxins, dioxin-like compounds and other persistent organic pollutants (POPs) since 2002. In this sense, she has participated in several studies related to the presence of these compounds in feed and food samples, as well as in projects dealing with the occurrence of POPs in environmental matrices.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Josep Àngel Sanchís Sandoval


e-mail: josep.sanchis@idaea.csic.es

Josep À. Sanchís Sandoval studied Chemistry at Universitat de Barcelona. He pursued his MSc and PhD in 2010 and 2015, respectively, in the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC, Barcelona), where he studied the occurrence and toxic effects of emerging pollutants such as fullerenes, volatile dimethylsiloxanes and glyphosate. As a postodoctoral researcher, he is currently interested in the fate and behaviour of carbon based nanomaterials and in their metabolomics effects to aquatic organisms.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Nicola Montemurro


e-mail: nmoqam@cid.csic.es

He is a biologist and expert in wastewater treatment for reuse in agriculture.  He recently achieved a PhD in agronomy to study the effects of irrigation of vegetable crops with treated municipal wastewater.  He is currently waiting for a post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA, Barcelona, Spain) to assessing the fate of emerging organic contaminants in agricultural crop and their potential risks for the environment and human health



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Laia Sabater


e-mail: laia.sabater@idaea.csic.es

PhD student at Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC). I have a Master's degree in Advanced Microbiology by the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.  Currently working on the assessment of river ecosystem responses to emerging organic contaminants and co-occurring stressors by the application of theoretical tools and laboratory experimentation.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Juan Manuel Peña


e-mail: juan.pena@idaea.csic.es

PhD Student of Analytical Chemistry of University of Barcelona (Universidad de Barcelona, Spain) in the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research IDAEA-CSIC. I developed a master thesis in Geography at Bern University (Universität Bern, Switzerland) and I hold a degree in Chemistry at the National University of Colombia (Universidad Nacional de Colombia). I am currently working on occurrence, distribution and transformation of pharmaceuticals in fish. Specifically, in the identification of drug metabolites by liquid chromatography coupled to high resolution mass spectrometry.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Maria Vittoria Barbieri


e-mail: mvbqam@cid.csic.es

BSc in Biology from the University of Tuscia (Italy), MSc in Evolutionary Biology, Ecology and Applied Anthropology from the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy), and PhD student at the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC) since 2017. Her PhD studies focus on the presence of pesticides in different environmental matrices (waters, sediments, biota), and on the different evaluation proposals for their attenuation and elimination.



Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Nuria Guillem-Argiles


e-mail: nuria.guillem@cid.csic.es
Laboratory technician at IDAEA-CSIC

Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

Maria Pau Serra


e-mail: mpsqam@cid.csic.es
Laboratory technician at IDAEA-CSIC

Activities in GLOBAQUA: participant in WP5

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