Dr. Salvador Resino has a degree in Biological Sciences (1983-1988) and a degree in Pharmacy (1989-1996) from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). In 1995, Dr. Resino began a training period as internal resident biologist (BIR) in the Department of Immunology of the Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón (HGUGM), completing a training period of 4 years. I also earned a post-graduate diploma in Statistics in Health Sciences (1997-2000) by the Autonomous University of Barcelona. In 2000, Dr. Resino received the PhD in Biological Sciences from UCM with a distinction of Summa "Cum Laude" and Extraordinary Doctoral Award. Later on, in 2004, I also got the PhD in Biological Sciences from the Autonomous University of Madrid .
In 2007, I joined the Institute of Health Carlos III as a Research Associate in infectious diseases. Today, I am the head of the Unit of Viral Infection and Immunity (National Center for Microbiology, Institute of Health Carlos III (Majadahonda, Madrid, Spain)). The Unit of Viral Infection and Immunity is a leading group in the study of both HIV and HCV infection. The research activity of Dr. Resino is mainly translational applied directly or indirectly to patients: i) The study of biomarkers of peripheral blood related to disease and response to antiviral treatment. Ii) The study of molecular epidemiology of HCV. Iii) The study of the clinical epidemiology of HIV infected patients in the cART era, with attention to HIV/HCV coinfected patients.