I am Chief Research Informatics Officer at the Innovation Unit at the Hospital Clínico San Carlos.
I hold a Ph.D. (2011) in Design, Analysis and Applications of Intelligent Systems from the Universidad de Granada - Spain and a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the same University (2001).
My dissertation was devoted to integrating HTN Temporal Planning (P&S) techniques in different domains: E-learning, Business Process Management (BPM) and Clinical Decision Support (CDS). I am passionate about applying AI to medical informatics, so I was a visiting post-doc in the University of Haifa (Israel) [Nov 2011 - Oct 2013], under supervision of Assoc. Prof. Mor Peleg, to work in the European FP7 project MobiGuide.
Then I held a post-doc lecturer position in the Dept. of Computer Science at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, where I worked at the Planning and Learning group (PLG) leaded by Prof. Daniel Borrajo.
My research interests include Artificial Intelligence, particularly Medical Informatics; Clinical Decision Support Systems; Computer-interpretable Guidelines; AI Planning; Clinical Data Standards; Knowledge Representation; Process-aware Information Systems; Argumentation; Machine Learning
Paper "Development of a computer-interpretable clinical guideline model for decision support in the differential diagnosis of hyponatremia" published in Int. J. Med. Inf. (2017, impact factor 3.210, Q1)
Paper "Assessment of a personalized and distributed patient guidance system" published in Int. J. Med. Inf. (2017, impact factor 3.210, Q1)
Paper "Promoting directives of the Quality Law of the Spanish National Health System: Computer-interpretable clinical practice guidelines"(Spanish) published in Atención Primaria 2017.
Paper "Analysis of the process of representing clinical statements for decision-support applications: a comparison of openEHR archetypes and HL7 virtual medical record" published in Journal of Medical Systems (2016, impact factor: 2.456, Q2)
Paper "Understanding requirements of clinical data standards for developing interoperable knowledge-based DSS: A case study" published in Computer Standards & Interfaces (2015, impact factor 1.633 Q2)
IBM Haifa Guest speaker, “KDOM 2.0: a service-oriented architecture for knowledge to data mappings in Patient Guidance Systems”, seminar of IBM Haifa Research Lab, unit of Health Informatics & Analytics. (Israel, July 2013).
BPM Eindhoven Guest speaker, “Opportunities for evidence-based clinical decision support systems: an application for oncology”, in 1st European BPM Round Table event, TUV Eindhoven, The Netherlands (November 2012)
Speaker in KR4HC-ProHealth, Wien, Austria (Sep 2017)
Speaker in IEEE-EMBS BHI Conference, Valencia, Spain (2014)
Guest speaker in weekly seminar University of Haifa, Department of Information Systems (Dec 2012)
Guest Speaker in weekly seminar (“WAI Mondays”) in Vrije University, Department Of Artificial Intelligence (Apr 2010)
Speaker KR4HC-ProHealth, Tallin, Estonia (Sep 2012)
Speaker in 13th International Conf. on Artificial Intelligence In Medicine, Bled, Slovenia (July 2011)
Speaker in 8th International Conf. Business Process Management (BPM). Hoboken, NJ, EEUU (Sep 2010)
Speaker (and winner!) in 3rd ICKEPS Competition (ICAPS Conf.), Thessalonica, Greece, (Sep 2009)
Speaker in International Conference IBERAMIA, Lisboa, Portugal (2008)
Speaker in International Conference of Spanish Association of AI, CAEPIA, Salamanca, Spain (Nov 2007)
Visiting StudentCelia Mir, Visiting Biomedical Engineering student from Universidad Politécnica Madrid, Spain.
Visiting StudentAlicia Panadero, Visiting Biomedical Engineering student from Universidad Politécnica Madrid, Spain.
Visiting StudentAlicia Fraguas Visiting Biomedical Engineering student from Universidad Politécnica Madrid, Spain.
Visiting StudentIrati Pablos Visiting Biomedical Engineering student from Universidad Politécnica Madrid, Spain.
Visiting StudentHenar González Visiting Biomedical Engineering student from Universidad Politécnica Madrid, Spain.
Visiting StudentJavier Gil Visiting Biomedical Engineering student from Universidad Politécnica Madrid, Spain.
Master ThesisManuel Rodrigo Cabello Master Soft Computing y Sistemas Inteligentes 2010/2011, Universidad de Granada.
IdISSC Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria San Carlos