Interview: Ricardo Martínez Murillo – Director, Cajal Institute, Spain

Ricardo Martinez Murillo, director of the Cajal Institute - a neuroscience research center assigned to the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) and the oldest neurobiology research center in Spain – discusses recent breakthroughs in the field of neuroscience and highlights how better facilities and resources are paramount to making Spain a European reference in scientific research. Could you start by introducing your extensive career in the research of neuroscience along with your current priorities for the Cajal Institute?
 "The country is very competitive in the field of neurosciences, but we need urgently more incoming funds, better facilities, equipment, and researchers to develop a science competitive."
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