Enrique has a degree in Medicine and Surgery and is specialised in Internal Medicine by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He also holds a degree in Economics by the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; he has a "Master in Public Health" and "Master in Health Policy and Management" by the University of Harvard.
He was Secretary of State of the Spanish Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs (1996-2000). Within his responsibilities lied the Instituto de Salud Carlos III, headquarter of the Fund of Health Research of the Social Security (FISS). From this position he promoted the National Centre of Cancer Research (CNIO) and the National Centre for Cardiovascular Research (CNIC).
In 1998 he created the Spanish Drug Agency of which and was its Executive President until 2000. He has also been Executive President of the National Institute for Consumer Affairs.
He was Chief Executive Officer of the Galician Health Service (1991-1995) and Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services of the Madrid region (1995-1996).
He has previously worked as an associate physician in the Internal Medicine Department of the Clinic Hospital of San Carlos in Madrid. In 1986 he joined the Medical Inspectors Authority of the Social Security assuming the responsibility of the Health planning of the National Institute of Health (INSALUD of La Coruña).
Enrique Castellón has great experience in the field of Public Health. He has been a consultant for the Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (World Bank) and of Castellón Attorneys and Consultants in health policies. He advises various foundations dedicated to health studies.
Angel has extensive experience in the international business world, acquired over 25 years in Spain, the UK and USA working in Johnson’s Wax and Lilly.
In his final period at Johnson he was Vice-President of Marketing and Operations for the professional business in North America, where he was responsible for the development of strategy and solutions for the health and food service markets.
He was previously responsible for the development of new technological solutions and for various innovation projects of global impact. He has demonstrated experience in acquisitions, mergers, and exit strategies.
Before becoming part of Johnson, he worked for Lilly in several positions and divisions of the pharmaceutical group.
He has been a Director for the Center for Hospitality Research of the Hotel Management School at Cornell University.
He is an Agronomist (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) and has been involved in numerous specialised postgraduate courses.
Pablo is the Scientific-Technical Director of CRB. Bachelor of Biological Sciences from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid where he completed his postgraduate education in Human Genetics. He specialised in Molecular Genetics at the Centre of Human Genetics, Universidad de Lovaina (1989-1990).
He began his career as a biologist in the sphere of human health in the ECEM (Estudio Colaborador Español de Malformaciones Congénitas) (1983). He worked in the Instituto de Biología Celular of CSIC (1985) and in the Servicio de Histopatología of the Fundación Jiménez Díaz (1986). He was responsible for the creation of the Laboratory of Molecular Genetics of the Genetic Medicine Service at the Hospital Ramón y Cajal (Madrid).
He is author and co-author of more than 60 scientific articles published in specialist journals. He also gives courses in Clinical Genetics. Founder and partner of Cross Road Biotech.
Manuel is the Director of Legal Affairs. Bachelor of Law and Economic and Business Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Master in Fiscal Consultancy, Instituto de Empresa de Madrid.
He was Secretary and Coordinator of the Centre of Studies and Research at the Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid. He has been Legal Counsel at different companies in the retail, food supply and services sector; he has also been Advisor and Legal Counsel of media of one of the largest media groups in Spain.
Founder and partner of Castellón Abogados and Cross Road Biotech. He has taught postgraduate courses at the Universidad San Pablo CEU (Madrid) on mercantile and procedural matters.