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Prof. Damià Barceló Cullerès

Prof. Damià Barceló Cullerès. Born on 21st January 1954 in Lleida, Spain. Graduate in Chemistry (1977) and Ph. D. (1984) in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Barcelona. Since 1999 full Research Professor at IDAEA-CSIC and since 2008 deputy of the IDAEA-CSIC and Director of the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA); since 2009 Visiting Professor at King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In 2007 he received the Prize King Jaime I on the Protection of Nature 2007. He has published over 653 scientific papers in journals of SCI and 140 book chapters. He is co-author of 1 book on Pesticides analysis in the environment and editor of 21 books on Environmental analysis and fate of pollutants. His Hirsch-Index is 71. He is included in the ISI Highly Cited in the field of Ecology/Environment (times cited: 20.289, average citation per item: 29). According to the Science Indicator ranking (December 2011), he has a total of 8.786 citations: 6.127 citations in the area of Chemistry (world ranking position 304) and 2.038 citations in the area of Environmental/Ecology (world ranking position 177). He has participated in 40 research projects and has supervised 35 PhD Thesis. At present he is coordinator of the Spanish projects CEMAGUA (2007-2012) (ref. CGL-2007-64551/HID), Consolider-Ingenio 2010 SCARCE (2009-2014) (ref. CSD2009-00065) and NANO-TROJAN (ref. CTM2011-24051 ), of the Spanish side of the EU funded projects CONFFIDENCE (ref. KBBE-2007-211326), RISKCYCLE (ref. ENV-2008- 226552), ENSAT (009/RNO8/-01.1) and HEROIC (ENV-2011-282896), as well as of the Project funded by the King Saud University (KSU-VPP-105).

Involvement in the project:
Scientific coordination of the CSIC analytical tasks within the project (WPs 2 & 3), dissemination activities (WP9)

Related publications
Damasio Joana; Barcelo Damia; Brix Rikke; et al. Are pharmaceuticals more harmful than other pollutants to aquatic invertebrate species: A hypothesis tested using multi-biomarker and multi-species responses in field collected and transplanted organisms. CHEMOSPHERE 85(10), 1548-1554, 2011.
Goncalves C.; Perez S.; Osorio V.; et al. Photofate of Oseltamivir (Tamiflu) and Oseltamivir Carboxylate under Natural and Simulated Solar Irradiation: Kinetics, Identification of the Transformation Products, and Environmental Occurrence. ENVIRON.L SCI. TECHNOL. 45(10), 4307-4314, 2011.
Jesus Garcia-Galan M.; Silvia Diaz-Cruz M.; Barcelo Damia Occurrence of sulfonamide residues along the Ebro river basin Removal in wastewater treatment plants and environmental impact assessment. ENVIRON. INT. 37(2), 462-473, 2011.
Hernando MD; Petrovic M; Fernandez-Alba AR; et al. Analysis by liquid chromatography-electro spray ionization tandem mass spectrometry and acute toxicity evaluation for beta-blockers and lipid-regulating agents in wastewater samples. J. CHROMATOGR. A 1046(1-2), 133-140, 2004.

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