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LIST OF SOME SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
BY JM MARTIN-MORENO

    • Spain: a decentralised health system in constant flux. Br Med J. 2009;338:b1170.
    • Palliative care in the European Union. European Parliament Economic and Scientific Policy Department 2008. IP/A/ENVI/ST/2007-22.
    • Cancer causes and prevention: a condensed appraisal in Europe in 2008. Eur J Cancer 2008; 44:1390-1403.
    • Saturated fat in the diet of Spanish children: relationship with anthropometric, alimentary, nutritional and lipid profiles. Public Health Nutr. 2006;9:429-35.
    • Acute health problems among subjects involved in the cleanup operation following the Prestige oil spill in Asturias and Cantabria (Spain). Environ Res.2005;99:413-24.
    • Low toenail chromium concentration and increased risk of nonfatal myocardial infarction. Am J Epidemiol. 2005;162:157-64.
    • Curbing tobacco's toll starts with the professionals: World No Tobacco Day. Lancet.2005;365:1990-2.
    • European Code Against Cancer and scientific justification: third version (2003). Ann Oncol. 2003;14:973-1005.
    • Mercury, fish oils, and the risk of myocardial infarction. N Engl J Med. 2002; 347:1747-54.
    • The role of olive oil in lowering cancer risk: is this real gold or simply pinchbeck? J Epidemiol Community Health. 2000;54:726-7.
    • Tissue stores of individual monounsaturated fatty acids and breast cancer: the EURAMIC study. European Community Multicenter Study on Antioxidants, Myocardial Infarction, and Breast Cancer. Am J Clin Nutr. 1998;68:134-41.
    • DDT (dicophane) and postmenopausal breast cancer in Europe: case-control study. BMJ. 1997;315:81-5.
    • Adipose tissue isometric trans-fatty acids and risk of myocardial infarction in nine countries: the EURAMIC study. Lancet. 1995;345:273-8.
    • Dietary fat, olive oil intake and breast cancer risk. Int J Cancer. 1994;58:774-80.

     

 

       
Curriculum vitae resumido
   Jose  M.  Martin - Moreno, MD, PhD, MPH, DrPH
actualizado a 31 de Marzo-2009
 
 
Summary of individual profile
   Jose  M.  Martin - Moreno, MD, PhD, MPH, DrPH
Updated 7 April 2009
 
Jose Mª Martín Moreno es Doctor en Medicina y Cirugía por la Universidad de Granada y Doctor en Epidemiología y Salud Pública por la Universidad de Harvard (EE.UU.).

Resumiendo su trayectoria profesional en España, desde el año 1991 hasta el 2002 tuvo diferentes responsabilidades en el Instituto de Salud Carlos III, incluyendo la Dirección del Centro Nacional de Epidemiología, de la Escuela Nacional de Sanidad y de la Agencia de Evaluación de Tecnologías Sanitarias. Desde el 2002 y hasta el 2004 asumió el cargo de Director General de Salud Pública del Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo, actuando en los foros internacionales como "Chief Medical Officer" de España, coordinando durante ese periodo la Comisión de Salud Pública del Consejo Interterritorial del Sistema Nacional de Salud, la respuesta frente a amenazas como el SARS o “neumonía asiática” o la gripe aviaria, las acciones sanitarias ante brotes epidémicos y problemas de salud pública o el diseño original de programas de prevención de enfermedades y promoción de la salud (como el plan nacional de prevención y control del tabaquismo, la estrategia de nutrición y actividad física frente a la obesidad, o la unificación del calendario vacunal en España)..

Además de lo anterior, ha desarrollado (y sigue desarrollando) tareas en el ámbito internacional. Así, ha sido Presidente de la Asociación Europea de Escuelas de Salud Pública y ha participado en diferentes comités científicos del Parlamento Europeo y de investigación biomédica de la Comisión Europea, de la Agencia Internacional de Investigación sobre el Cáncer y de la Organización Mundial de la Salud. También ha realizado acciones de cooperación internacional en países en desarrollo del continente africano, Iberoamérica y centro-este de la región europea. Durante el primer semestre de 2008, fue Consultor Senior de de la presidencia Eslovena de la Unión Europea coordinando la prioridad sobre Cáncer.

En el ámbito científico, ha publicado más de dos centenares de trabajos a nivel nacional e internacional sobre temas fundamentalmente aplicados a la medicina y salud pública (con especial énfasis en la epidemiología y la prevención de cáncer y enfermedades cardiovasculares, y en estrategias y gestión de sistemas sanitarios).

Entre los principales premios que ha recibido destacan el Premio Extraordinario de Licenciatura, el Premio Nacional Fin de Carrera de Medicina de España, o el premio al mérito en Salud Pública de la Universidad de Harvard (otorgado en junio de 2003, siendo éste un galardón que distingue a los antiguos alumnos que han contribuido de manera especial al desarrollo de esta especialidad en el mundo).

Actualmente desarrolla su principal labor como Catedrático de Medicina Preventiva y Salud Pública de la Universidad de Valencia, Médico Responsable de Calidad del Hospital Clínico Universitario y Director del Máster en Salud Pública y Gestión Sanitaria que se lleva a cabo en colaboración entre la Universidad de Valencia y la EVES. Es, además, Senior Associate de la Universidad Johns Hopkins de Estados Unidos, Consejero/Adviser de la Agencia Internacional de Investigación sobre el Cáncer, de la Oficina Europea de la Organización Mundial de la Salud y del Observatorio Europeo de Sistemas y Políticas Sanitarias.
 

 
 
Jose M. Martin-Moreno obtained a Degree in Medicine and Surgery and a Doctorate from the University of Granada, Spain (MD, PhD), a Master's degree as Public Health Officer from the National School of Health of Spain, and a Master's degree and Doctorate in Public Health from Harvard University (MPH, DrPH). His medical specialities are Preventive Medicine and Public Health, and Occupational Medicine.

He is a Professor of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Valencia and the Quality Coordinator at the University Clinical Hospital. Additionally, he also holds current positions as Academic Director of the Master of Public Health Programme at the Valencian School of Health Studies, Member of the European Advisory Committee on Health Research of the World Health Organization - Regional Office for Europe, Temporary Adviser to the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, and Senior Associate at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health (joint appointment, Department of Health Policy and Management and Department of Epidemiology).

He has published more than two hundred scientific papers and works on methodological and applied topics both nationally and internationally, fundamentally on Epidemiology and disease prevention, health policy and management, and Public Health.

Just prior to this phase, from July 2002-May 2004, Dr Martin-Moreno was the Director-General of Public Health (and Chief Medical Officer) of Spain. During this period he not only put forward national plans (on prevention and control of tobacco, nutritional and physical activity, and the vaccination calendar) but also had to face the public health management of challenges like: the situation after the sinking of the "Prestige" (the oil spill that caused enormous damage to the Spanish coast and considerable concern about the potential impact the spill may have on human health), the SARS prevention and control program in Spain and in Europe, the public health action plan during the heat wave of the summer 2003, the strategies to anticipate the risks derived from avian flu and potential influenza pandemic, and the coordination of public health activities following the terrorist bombing of March 11th in Madrid.

Previously, he was Director of the Spanish Agency for Health Technology Assessment (and Deputy Director-General of the National Institute of Health “Carlos III”) (2000-2002), Dean/Director of the National School of Health of Spain (1995-2000) and Director of the National Centre of Epidemiology (1994-1995). In October 1998, he was elected President of the European Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPHER), and served on the Executive Board of ASPHER until September 2002.

 Dr. Martin-Moreno has participated on different committees --and has served as Temporary Adviser-- for the European Commission, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the European Institute of Oncology, the European Parliament and the World Health Organization. He has received different awards, including the 1983 National Award for Best Medical Graduate in Spain, the 1988 Outstanding Teaching Assistant of the Year Award at Harvard, and the 2003 Harvard School of Public Health Alumni Award of Merit (the highest honor the School bestows on its alumni in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of public health). Moreover, he has honorary appointments in several schools and scientific institutions in Europe and in America. Dr. Martin-Moreno continues working towards goals of improving public health systems and programmes, advocating for more professional training and sounder research.