José Pedro Cerón-Carrasco (1980) earned his Ph.D. at the University of Murcia in Spain. He joined the Jean-Marie Andre’s group at University of Namur in Belgium (2009) and the Denis Jacquemin’s team at University of Nantes in France (2011), during his postdoctoral training supported by Fundación Séneca. In 2013 he back to the Quantum Chemistry group of Murcia with the support of Marie Curie actions. Since July 2015 he is a researcher at the Structural Bioinformatics and High Performance Computing Research Group (BIO-HPC) based at UCAM. His main research interests are the applications of theoretical methods to the study of biosystems including DNA and novel drugs, aiming to enhance the therapeutic properties of currently available anti-inflamatories and anti-toumoral drugs.