Javier Enrione

MSc in Food Production Management. The University of Nottingham. UK (2001)           PhD in Food Sciences. The University of Nottingham. UK (2005)                             Business-Sciences Medici Fellow. The University of Nottingham. UK (2006)      Business Unit Manager.  CIMAT. University of Chile. Chile. (2007)                           Assistant Professor.  University of Santiago. Chile (2008)


After working two years in industry, I went abroad for training in advanced food manufacturing reading for an MSc at the University of Nottingham (UoN).  I was then offered a PhD studentship thanks to this institution and a multinational company. After completing this degree, I was awarded the Business-Sciences Medici Fellowship by the British Goverment, in order to receive a hand-on training in Intellectual Property Right (IPR) and Technology Transfer. I worked for a year at  the Research and Innovation Services at UoN on a wide range of technologies related to stem cells, carbon nanotubes, food hydrocolloids, blood sterilization, etc.  Soon after returning to Chile in 2006, I worked as a consultant in IPR at the University of Santiago, managing two major patent funding grants, assessing more that 120 inventions nation wide. In 2007 I moved to the Center for Advanced Interdisciplary Research in Materials (CIMAT) at University of Chile to create and manage its Business Unit, where a number of R+D projects with industry were funded and a series of new patents applications were filed. Since 2008 I have returned to academia as assistant professor of the Food Sciences and Technology Department at the University of Santiago.

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