Dr. Simón’s main interest is the study of human embryo implantation, a mechanism that is crucial for the continuity of our species but that is also inefficient, often resulting in infertility.
Carlos Simón MD, Ph.D.
Dr. Simón is a reproductive endocrinologist with a lengthy career as a physician-scientist.
Among the world’s leading experts in reproductive biology, especially in human implantation, his research emphasizes the cross-communication between the maternal tissues and the embryo and the role of endometrial stem cells in the biology of reproduction.
His commitment to excellence in research has been demonstrated by the publication of over 500 papers (PubMed) in peer-reviewed journals with an accumulated impact factor of 3,814.94. His papers have received over 44,000 citations, and he has a Google Scholar H-index of 120. He has edited 20 books in English, Spanish, and Portuguese and supervised 38 Ph.D. theses. Several scientific societies and institutions have awarded his research, including the Rey Jaime I Medical Research Award 2011, the ASRM Distinguished Research Award in 2016, and the Lilly Foundation Biomedical Research Award in 2021.