Organizing Committee

Dr. Rosa Dinarès Solà

MD specialist in radiology (1980) by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, MA in Egyptology (2000) by the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Team member of the research expeditions at the Theban tombs TT16 and TT34.
Currently involved as radiologist and paleopathologist at TT16 tomb at Western Thebes, Luxor, in the University of Memphis Mission to Theban Tomb 16 (Panehsy) project “TT16: The tomb of Panehsy in Dra Abu el Naga” directed by Dr. Suzanne Onstine [http://blogs.memphis.edu/suzanneonstine/].
Dr. Dinarès works as radiologist at the General University Hospital of Catalonia - Quirónsalud Group. Prize of professional excellence given by the Medical School of Barcelona (2014).

 

Dr. Mikel Fernández Georges

BSc in Biology (1990) and BA in Linguistics (2005) by the Barcelona University, MA in Egyptology (1999) by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and PhD in Linguistics by the University of Barcelona (2015) entitled “Population and order of constituents“. Dr. Fernández works as professor at the Institut Banús de Cerdanyola.

 

Dr. Maria Rosa Guasch Jané

BSc (1996) in Pharmacy, MSc in Nutrition and Food Science (1998) and PhD in Pharmacy (2005) by the University of Barcelona, entitled “Wine in Ancient Egypt: a cultural and analytical study“. She is also MA in Egyptology (2000) by the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Mondes PharaoniquesDr. Guasch is director of the research project “Study of viticulture and oenology in Egyptian tombs” research project (2011-2014) and the “Irep en Kemet”, Wine of Ancient Egypt, research project [www.wineofancientegypt.com]. Currently, she is post-doctoral researcher Marie-Sklodowska Curie EGYWINE project (2016-2018), funded by the European Commission (MSCA-IF-2015), at the laboratory (UMR 8167 ‘Orient et Méditerranée’), directed by Professor Pierre Tallet, of the Paris-Sorbonne University (France). The EGYWINE project studies the ancient Egyptian wine aphorae, and grapes and wine samples through paleogenomics.