Carlos R. Morales received his D.V.M. from Northeast University (U.N.N.E.), Argentina and his Ph.D. in Anatomy and Cell Biology from McGill University, Canada. Presently he is a full Professor at the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University. He is a recipient of the “J.C.B. Grant Senior Scientist Award of the Canadian Association for Anatomy Neurobiology and Cell Biology”, the “Honour List for Educational Excellence of the Faculty of Medicine, McGill University”, and the “Outstanding Service Award of the American Society of Andrology”. He is member of several societies including the American Society for Cell Biology. He has published 114 original papers in peer review journals, 25 reviews and/or book chapters and he is the associated editor of two books. His research focuses on the mechanism of trafficking of newly synthesized hydrolases and soluble lysosomal proteins. His laboratory has recently identified sortilin as a new lysosomal sorting receptor.