Miguel Toribio-Mateas, MSc
BSc (Hons) NMed, PgDip, MSc is Chairman of the
British Association for Applied
Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT),
Education Consultant and Clinical Director at
Clinical Mentor / Guest Lecturer at
University of West London,
Clinical Research Scientist and Advisor at
Vitae Natural Nutrition,
Contributing Editor to
CAM Magazine on Clinical Nutrition and Aging Science, and
Peer Review Board Member at the
Anti-Ageing Conference London.
Miguel is a health professional specializing in nutrition for healthy aging and cognitive enhancement. He has research interests in neuroscience, evolutionary medicine, and psychoneuroimmunology/endocrinology. He uses an evidence-informed approach to his clinical practice and sees the health-disease continuum as a complex network of interactions where individualized nutrition, mindfulness, and interaction with social networks all play a role in gene expression.
His academic background includes a first class BSc Honors in Nutritional Medicine, 2 Masters (MSc) degrees (International Business and Clinical Neuroscience), a postgraduate diploma in Systems Complexity, and a Fellowship in Metabolic Medicine and he’s been awarded a Santander Bank Scholarship for his doctoral research project in translational medicine with a focus on brain aging and cognitive decline at the Institute for Work-Based Learning of Middlesex University.
As a “resource investigator” type, Miguel has an affinity with technology, information, communication, and finds an intense satisfaction in finding answers to complex questions. He has worked for the world’s top scientific, technical, and medical research publishers in stakeholder engagement roles, from product development (whole life product-life cycle management) to consulting in education and training.
Miguel earned his MSc in Clinical Neuroscience at the University of Roehampton in 2016. He earned his BSc (Honors) in Nutritional Medicine at Thames Valley University in 2009. He also earned a MSc in International Business at London South Bank University in 2000. He also earned a BSc (Honors) in Business and Languages at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in 1995.
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