Dalmau, Josep

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Josep Dalmau

Birth, July 24, 1953.

Education and Training

1971      BS (Biology) Instituto Nacional de Enseñanza Media, Sabadell, Spain

1977      MS (Medicine with honors) Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain

1977-78 Internship (Internal Medicine) Hosp. Sta. Cruz y San Pablo, Barcelona, Spain

1979-83 Residency (Neurology) Hosp. Sta. Cruz y San Pablo, Barcelona, Spain

1988-93 Fellowship (Neuro-oncology) Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY

1993      PhD (Medicine with honors) Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain

Faculty Positions and Employment

1983-88 Staff Neurologist, University Hospital of Sabadell, Parc Taulí, Sabadell, Spain

1993-99 Assistant Prof. Neuro-oncology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NY, USA

1999-02 Associate Prof. Neurology, University Arkansas Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR, USA

2002-05 Associate Prof. Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

2003-11 Associate Investigator, Abramson Comprehensive Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA,                    USA

2005-11  Professor Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

2011 –   Adjunct Professor Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

2011 –   ICREA Senior Investigator, IDIBAPS, Hospital Clinic, University of Barcelona, Spain

2013 –   Guest Researcher, National Institute of Health (NIH) USA, Washington, DC

2013 –   Professor, School of Medicine, University of Barcelona, Spain

2016 –   Consultant Faculty, Hospital Sant Joan de Deu for Children, Barcelona, Spain

Hospital and Administrative Appointments

1994-99 Assistant Member, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY

1999-02 Co-Director, Neuro-Oncology Program, Univ Arkansas, Little Rock, AR

2003-11 Member, Neurology Research Committee, Univ Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

2003-11 Member, Teaching Subcommittee, Univ Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

2002-11 Director, Laboratory: Neuro-Oncology, Univ Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

2011 –   Director, Laboratory: Experimental Neuroimmunology, IDIBAPS, Barcelona, Spain

2014 –   Director, Consolidated Research Group, IDIBAPS, Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain

Other Professional Experience

1999 –    Editorial Board, “UpToDate Neurology”

2006-09 Chair, Neuro-Oncology, Scientific Program, American Academy of Neurology

2007-13 Member, Basic Science Subcommittee, American Academy of Neurology

2010-13 Editorial Board, “Neurology”

2013 –    Editorial Board, “Journal of Neurology”

2014 –    Associate Editor, “Neurology”

2015 –    Editor-in-Chief, “Neurology: Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation”

2017 –    Chair, Section Autoimmune Neurology, American Academy of Neurology

Scientific and Medical Societies

National Academy of Medicine, USA; American Neurological Association; American Academy of Neurology; Society for Neuro-oncology; Spanish Society of Neurology; Catalan Society of Neurology; French Society of Neurology; European Neurological Society; International Society of Neuroimmunology.

Honors and Awards (selected among 55)

2018      Sobek Prize, Sobek Foundation, Stuttgard, Germany

2018      Honorary Member of the Japanese Society of Neurology

2018      Klaus Joachim Zülch Prize for basic Neurological Research, Gertrud Reemtsma                          Foundation, Max Planck Society, Cologne, Germany

2015-17 Highly Cited Researcher; Clarivate Analytics (previously Thomson Reuters)

2017      The Andrew Mark Lippard Memorial Lecture, Columbia University, New York, USA

2017      Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Lyon (France).

2017      Chair, Section Autoimmune Neurology, American Academy of Neurology

2017      Rey Jaime I Award in Medical Research, Foundation Rey Jaime I, Valencia, Spain

2017      Award AQuAS (Generalitat de Catalunya), Catalunya, Spain

2016      George C. Cotzias Presidential Lecture, American Academy of Neurology

2016      Member of Excellence Lecture, French Society of Neurology, France

2015      International member, National Academy of Medicine (USA).

2015      Richardson Lecture, Canadian Neurological Society

2014      The John Newsom-Davis Lecture, International Society of Neuroimmunology

2013      Career Award, European School of Neuroimmunology (ESNI).

2011      Presidential Symposium, Child Neurology Society (USA)

2010      Annals of Neurology best manuscript in 2010 |

2010      Jacoby Award, American Neurological Association

2010      Distinguished Lectureship in Neurosciences, University of Toronto, Canada

2010      Editors of Brain Lecture, Association of British Neurologists

2010      Frontiers in Clinical Neuroscience Lecture, American Academy of Neurology

2010      McKnight Neuroscience of Brain Disorder Award (with R. Balice-Gordon, PhD)

2009      Barbara Colyton Prize for Autoimmune Research, University of Pennsylvania, USA

2008      Distinguished Lecturer, Japanese Society of Neurology, Japan

2005      Residents’ Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Pennsylvania

2000      Charles A. Dana Neuroscience Research Program Award

1994      American Cancer Society, Clinical Oncology Career Development Award

1986      Young Investigator Award, Catalan Society of Neurology, Catalunya, Spain

Invited Lectures: 364

H-index: 80 (Web of Science; March, 2018)

-Sum of times cited: 24,347

-Sum of times cited without self-citations: 21457

-Citing articles: 7,204

-Citing articles without self-citation: 6835

-Average citations per item: 42.79

Peer-reviewed articles: 270             Editorials: 47             Meeting Abstracts: 156

Book Chapters: 65                           Proceeding: 14          Notes: 8

Reviews: 43                                       Letters: 51

Patents: 6. Four issued, 2 pending; 1 licensed to Athena diagnostics; 5 Euroimmun

Active Research Support

-Instituto Carlos III (CIBERER), Spain

-Instituto Carlos III (FIS), Spain

-Instituto Carlos III (PIE), Spain

-National Institutes of Health, USA

-AGAUR, Generalitat de Catalunya, Spain

-La Caixa

-CELLEX Foundation, Barcelona, Spain.

-Safra Foundation