Board of  directors

The board of directors is made up of a representative of the Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno Foundation and several experts in neuroscience and ethics. The members of the board of directors are appointed by the board of trustees of the Foundation for a term of three years, renewable for additional terms of three years. The board of directors currently consists of:

Álvaro Matud, Academic Director of the Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno Foundation, as its representative.

Javier Bernácer, Director Científico del CINET. investigador del grupo Mente-Cerebro del ICS de la Universidad de Navarra.


Carmen Cavada, Directora de la Cátedra de Neurociencia de la Fundación con la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid y Catedrática de la Facultad de Medicina de esa Universidad.

Juan Arana, Catedrático de Fiosofía de la Ciencia de la Universidad de Sevilla.

César Nombela, Catedrático de Farmacia de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Blanca Soria Barcos, responsable de gestión de proyectos de la Fundación.

Advisory Board

CINET has an Advisory Committee made up of international experts of the highest prestige, who carry out their research activity in different areas of neuroscience, philosophy, psychology or related fields.

Álvaro Matud, Academic and institutional relations director of the Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno Foundation.

Javier Bernácer, Scientific Director of CINET. Researcher of the Mind-Brain group of the ICS of the University of Navarra.

Carmen Cavada, Director of the Chair of Neuroscience of the Foundation with the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Professor of the Faculty of Medicine of that University.

Juan Arana, Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Seville.

César Nombela, Professor of Pharmacy at the Complutense University of Madrid.

Blanca Soria Barcos, responsible for project management of the Foundation.

CINET work

With the aim of joining efforts in the integrative understanding of the nervous system, and the ethical issues derived from it, CINET brings together a dynamic network of researchers and social agents to exchange knowledge and experiences in each of its fields. In this way, an international interdisciplinary network is established to promote the dissemination of results and interests related, in a broad sense, to ethics and neuroscience.