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Ph.D. In Psychology. Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain. Director of the research Group on Eating and Weight-related Problems (UAB). He has been Principal Investigator of several funded research projects about the prevention of disordered eating and the study of risk factors for eating and weight-related problems, including weight stigma, in the last years. He is author of more than fifty research papers and about one hundred contributions to Congress and Conferences. As academic expert in the field of the prevention of eating disorders, he is member of the Catalan Roundtable for the Prevention of Eating Disorders (Catalan Government) and collaborator with several national and international research groups.

Education/Academic qualification

Others, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte

Award Date: 28 Jan 2004

Ph. D., Universitat de Barcelona

Award Date: 13 May 1994

Degree, Universitat de Barcelona

Award Date: 15 Sep 1987

External positions

Psicólogo clínico colaborador, GALTON, Barcelona

1 Jan 199531 Jan 1996

Psicólogo terapeuta colaborador, GALTON, Barcelona

1 Jan 199131 Dec 1991

Formador de formadores, ADERH, Barcelona

1 Sep 199031 Dec 1990

Ejecutivo comercial de publicidad, COMUNICAT, Barcelona

1 Jan 199031 Jul 1991

Monitor de comedores, Escuela Rel, Barcelona

1 Jan 19901 Sep 1990

Psicólogo clínico en formación, Unidad de TErapia de Conducta, Universidad de barcelona

1 Sep 19871 Sep 1990

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