Manolis Kogvinas I Sleep, food, light-at-night and cancer: why circadian rhythms matter
- Speaker: Manolis Kogvinas, Professor and Scientific Director, Severo Ochoa-ISGlobal
- Talk title: Sleep, food, light-at-night and cancer: why circadian rhythms matter
- Host: Kinga Bernatowicz
- Date & time: Friday 25st November, at 12:00 CET
- Auditorium of the Cellex Building
Professor Manolis Kogevinas is the Severo-Ochoa Scientific Director at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal). He graduated at the Medical School of Athens, Greece and has a PhD degree from the University of London (1989). He worked at IARC/WHO, Lyon, and was co-Director of the Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology (CREAL) in Barcelona, Spain. His research focuses on the evaluation of environmental and genetic factors in relation to cancer and other NCDs and in recent years has focused on the effects of circadian disruption. He has published more than 700 indexed publications. He served in several WHO and other expert committees. He was President of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE).