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Short Curriculum Vita

Martin Ramirez was born in Madrid. He studied Medicine, Philosophy and Arts, and Law, obtaining a PhD degree in Medicine and Surgery (Neuroscience’s) and in Philosophy (Education). He also has a Master in High Studies on Defense, and three diplomas on High Studies of  National Defense, European Security and Defense, and Cybersecurity. 

He has worked in: 
a) Comparative Education (Schola Europea -European Schools- of the European Union) 
b) Neuropsychology (Free University of Berlin, Stanford University and Paris-5 René Descartes) 
c) Psychobiology (Universities of Ruhr in Bochum, Autónoma Madrid, Seville and Complutense Madrid as well as in the Laboratory of Ethology of the Centre Ramón y Cajal in Madrid and in the Free University of Berlin), and
d) National and International Defense (Spanish military university CESEDEN) and the probably two more important American think-tanks -left and right leaned, respectively: International Security (Research Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University).

He was Humboldt & Fullbright Fellow, in Ruhr Universität and Stanford, respectively.

Dr.Martin Ramirez has been Director of the Gabinete de Estudios in the Universidad Autónoma Madrid and of the Departments of Psychobiology in the Universities of Seville and Complutense Madrid. He also worked at the UCM Institute for Biofunctional Studies, being Head of the Complutense Research Group on Sociopsychobiology of Aggression. Dr. Ramirez has also been appointed Adviser of the Valencian International Universitat for the studies of Degree in Criminology. At the present, he is Full Professor at the Nebrija University, in Madrid, and Head of its Center for Conflict Studies.

For more than four decades, his main scientific field of interest has been research on aggression from an interdisciplinary prospective. He has studied it in a variety of animal  species, from birds to primates, and in many different cultures within the human species (Europe, China, Iran, Japan, Southern Africa, Southern America, and Canada). With this purpose, he has spent time in several institutions all over the world. As Visiting Professor in the International Faculty Member of the UNESCO-Hebrew University of Jerusalem, at the Kobenhavns Universitetat, at the Université Paris-5 (France) and the Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Marii Grzegorzewskiej (Poland); and as Visiting Researcher in Swansea University College (Wales), Sydney University ( Australia), Hiroshima (Japan), Université Laval (Quebec), René Descartes (France), Freie Universität Berlin (Germany), as well as in the American universities of Harvard and Stanford, and in the East-West Center of Hawaii. 

Dr.Martin Ramirez has almost 500 scientific publications, in more than ten languages, including more than 40 books, such as: La Escuela Europea; Ultraestructura de las arteriolas cerebrates; Einführung in die Anthropobiologie; La Función Cortical;Vida, Ambiente y Biología; Biología y Personalidad; Fundamentos biológicos de la Educación: La Vida; Research on Aggression; Violence. Some Alternatives; La Agresión: un enfoque psicobiológico; Human Aggression: A multiphaceted phenomenon; De la agresión a la guerra nuclear (with Rañada); Cerebro, Mente y Holograma and Cerebro y Conciencia (both with Pribram); Neuropsiquiatría de la Conducta Violenta (with Peñaloza); Aggression: Functions and Causes and Cross-disciplinary Studies on Aggression (both with Brain); Essays on Violence (with Hinde & Groebel); Aggression in Children (with Pulkkinen); Cross-cultural Approaches to Aggression and Reconciliation (with Richardson); Interdisciplinary Analyses of Terrorism (with Antonius, Brown, Walters, & Sinclair); Radicalization, Terrorism, and Conflict  (with Walters & Monaghan); Conflict, Violence, Terrorism and their Prevention (with Morrison & Kendall); Security in Infrastructures (with Fernández-Rodríguez); and Cyberspace: Risks and Benefits for Society, Security and Development (with Morrison & Gª Segura) among others. 

He has been guest Editor of two issues of the International Journal of Neuroscience as well as of Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, the International Journal of Organisational Transformation and Social Change, the Open Psychology Journal, and the Open Criminology Journal.  He is also -or has been- member of the Editorial Council of the International Journal on World Peace, the International Journal of Comparative Psychology, Behavioral Sciences on Terrorism & Political Aggression, Terrorism: An Electronic Journal and Knowledge Base, Partnership for Peace: An Academic Inter-Disciplinary Review, Open Criminology Journal, International Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, Austin Anthropology, Polish Psychological Forum, Security Dimensions. International & National Studies, Security, Economy & Law, and of Kultura Bezpieczeństwa. Nauka – Praktyka – Refleksje. 

While on sabbatical leaves, he has given a series of lectures and addresses on aggression, violence and terrorism throughout Bulgaria (Burgas), Canada (Quebec, Halifax), Colombia (Bogotá, Cartagena de Indias, Barrancabermeja), Croatia (Dubrovnik, Zagreb), Finland (Turku, Lahti, Vasa), Germany (Bonn, Munich, Berlin, Landau), Hungary (Budapest, Leányfalu, Pecs, Szombathely), Iran (Tehran, Yazd), Israel (Jerusalem, Tel Aviv), Italy (Rome, Milan, Erice), Japan (Hiroshima, Nagasaki), Kazakstan (Almaty, Astana), Korea (Seoul), Mexico (Mexico City, Queretaro, Toluca), Poland (Warsaw, Danzig, Zielona Góra), South Africa (Pretoria, Stellenbosch), Turkey (Ankara, Bodrum, Istanbul), UK (Oxford, Cambridge, Belfast), and USA (Cambridge, MASS; Storrs, CT; Irvine, San Francisco and Stanford, CA; Honolulu, Hi), among other places. 

He is a member of the ISRA (International Society for Research on Aggression), having been an Official of its Council on two occasions as well as a member of its Nominations, Mass Media and United Nations Committees as a NGO counsellor. He also belongs to other international scientific societies, such as Society of Neurosciences, International Society of Comparative Psychology, American Association of Psychology, Psychonomic Society, New York Academy of Sciences, Society for Terrorism Research, and the Spanish National Pugwash Group, chaired by him (Pugwash was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace 1995). He is also in the Board of Advisors of the Society for Terrorism Research. At present he acts as Chair of CICA International  (International Confrences on Conflict and Aggression), which has organized more than forthy scientific meetings in different countries in Europe, Asia, America and Africa. 

Besides his nomination for a honorary doctoral degree by the University of San Francisco, Dr. Ramirez has been elected Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science (2013) and of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung (1977, 2010, 2011, 2014), being also awarded the Europe Prize (1971), Murcia Academy of Medicine and Surgery Prize (1976), Royal Spanish Academy of Medicine and Surgery Prize (1981), as well as a Professional Award on international conflicts by the East-West Center established by the United States Congress (1985). In 2005 the Universal Peace Federation also presented him as a Ambassador for Peace.




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