Project coordinator ‘Surveillance and Control of Avian Influenza and Newcastle Disease in México’ in Mexico-United States Commission for Prevention of Foot and Mouth Disease and other Exotic Animal Diseases (CPA).
Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) Area Director, Operational Programme for Capacity Building Contingency Diagnosed and Security Zoosanitary to SENASICA Area Directorate Research and Epidemiological Studies and Analysis (SENASICA). Co-Director of Animal Disease Epidemiological Analysis and Zoosanitary Security. Coordinator Regional VI Mexico-United States Commission for Prevention of Foot and Mouth Disease and other Exotic Animal Diseases (CPA). Animal Health International consultant to major international organizations such as FAO, PAHO, IICA, OIRSA, USDA and various Ministries of Agriculture. Author and coauthor of 17 scientific papers in journals with international arbitration on epidemiology and natural history of emerging diseases such as avian influenza and Newcastle disease; Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, West Nile Virus, Vesicular Stomatitis. Several publications on issues of animal health and aquatic health. Belongs to these research groups: Dr. Afonso Claudio US National Poultry Research Center Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory USDA/ARS.Dr. Scott Weaver Departments of Pathology and Microbiology & Immunology in Galveston National Laboratory (UTMB). Dra. Laura Kramer Arbovirus Laboratory Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH. Dr. Luis Rodriguez Foreign Animal Disease Research Unit USDA/ARS Plum Island Animal Disease Center
Fields of expertise:
Extensive experience coordinating emergency operations for the control of emerging infectious diseases in animals. Epidemiological analysis of animal diseases and zoonoses Work of diagnosis and strategic planning for development of programme of animal health and food safety. Surveillance and Control of Avian Influenza and Newcastle Disease in México Research sites of circulation of equine encephalitis virus (VEE, EEE, WNV). Epidemiological investigation of various arboviruses and hemorrhagic fevers caused by arenavirus. Trainer of teams responding to animal health emergencies and natural disasters in Mexico and Latin American countries
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