Álvaro San Millán Cruz
Group PI in Madrid, España
I gained my PhD in 2010 in Madrid and moved to Oxford to work as a postdoc in Craig MacLean’s lab. In 2016 I came back to Spain to start my own lab in the Ramon y Cajal Hospital with a Miguel Servet Fellowship. I am a veterinarian fascinted by the microbial work in general and by plasmids in particular. I am also a big fan of dogs, tv, football (soccer) and people with a sense of humour.