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Jordi Camí

Jordi Camí (Terrassa, 1952) is doctor in Medicine, professor of Pharmacology at the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona, and director of the Barcelona Biomedical Research Park (PRBB). Member of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans and vice-president of the Pasqual Maragall Foundation for Research into Alzheimer’s disease, which he first impulsed and directed from 2008 to 2020. Recipient of the Catalonia Narcís Monturiol Medal for Scientific and Technological Merit (2000), he has been, among others, a member of the Consejo Asesor del Ministerio de Sanidad, the Comité de Bioética de España, and the first president of the CIR-CAT (Comitè per a la Integritat de la Recerca de Catalunya). His scientific activity has focused on the field of neurosciences (drug dependence, cognition), having explored other fields such as bibliometrics, evaluation, and scientific policy. Active member of the Sociedad Española de Ilusionismo, he currently promotes scientific studies about the neuroscience behind magic.

Update: 14 September 2022


Has participated in

Luis Martínez Otero, Jordi Camí and Miguel Ángel Gea

Great questions about the brain and mind

A morning with Jordi Camí

The illusionist brain

Núria Sebastián and Helena Matute

Great questions about the brain and mind

School in residence / Course 2022-2023

Education and culture in the Raval neighbourhood

Pathologies of Ageing: Alzheimer's disease

Lecture by Elena Galea

To the Origins of the Human Mind

Culture and Life

Dialogues on the Impact of Biotechnology

The Future of Biomedicine

Lecture by Jordi Camí