Pedro José GM


Dr. Pedro José González Matarín is a researcher of health, exercise and nutrition sciences. He graduated in physical education at the University of Almería, postgraduate in obesity and Nutrition & Dietetics in National University of Distance Education, Master Degree in physical activity and health at the Andalusian Internacional University, Master Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Valencia, Master Degree in Regenerative Medicine at University of Valencia and received a PhD in Health Sciences from the University of Jaén in 2014. Previously Pedro had worked as a researcher in the development of a guide for school health in the Training Foundation and Health Research (FFIS) in Spain and currently is Professor and Researcher at University of Almería. He published some articles in reputable journals.

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His research interests includes programming health, physical activity, and nutrition in all ages and different physiological situations preferently in women in climateric phase and men and women with diseases due aging such as sarcopenia, cancer, osteoporosis, alzheimer, healthly lifestyle, obesity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome and menopause with associated factors.

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