Dr Daniel Moreno

Global Head of Marketing and Communication

Postdoctoral Research Associate

With an extensive experience in business development, innovation, reseach and project management, marketing, communication, start-ups and STEM ecosystem development, Daniel is not only Global Head of Marketing and Communication in Innovation Forum, but also the founder of Innovation Forum Manchester, where he was President for several years.

Interested in entrepreneurship through leadership and innovation, Daniel has many years of experience working and leading international teams: he was Vice-chairman of the Young European Biotechnology Network, where he was also Chief Communication Officer and an Executive Board member. He has participated in the organisation of many scientific and outreach meetings in the UK, Germany and Spain. Overseeing more than 15 different branches in 7 different countries, in the Innovation Forum he has played key role in strategic development, innovation and talent management.

Daniel is also an experienced academic in the United Kingdom. With an extensive list of scientific publications, he is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Manchester Metropolitan University, where he investigates the effects of Ibrutinib, a Bruton's Tyrosine Kinase inhibitor, on platelet and endothelial cells in the context of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. His research interests are inflammation, endothelial function, cardiovascular disease and leukaemia.

Recently co-opted to join the British Society for Cardiovascular Research Executive Committee , he is working in stablishing an online presence for the society and improving its branding.

Other team Members

Dr Karolina Zapadka

Chief of Staff

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Stathis Eleftheriadis

President

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Professor Shai Vyakarnam

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Marios Poullas

Director of Global Operations

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Professor Alan Barrell

Academic Advisory Board Member

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