In a factory farm located in Mexico an increase in the mortality in the farrowing quarters was seen, and this coincides with temperature and relative humidity increases.
International consultant in swine clinical medicine and production. Mexico
• Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry doctor, Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry Faculty (FMVZ). Mexican Autonomous National University (UNAM).
• Master of Science, Royal Veterinary College. University of London. England. Major in Pathology.
• Courses and residencies in several Universities around the world in Diagnosis of diseases.
• Chief of the Regional Laboratory of the Federal District and of the National Central Diagnosis Laboratory. Agriculture and Stockbreeding Ministry. Palo Alto, Federal District and Santa Ana Tecámac, State of Mexico.
• Professor and researcher at the Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry Faculty at the UNAM for 22 years.
• Identification of a new swine disease caused by the Blue Eye Paramyxovirus.
• Chief of the Swine Animal Production Department at the FMVZ, UNAM.
• Swine in Practice Award, University of Minnesota,USA; and other recognitions for investigation and academic development.
• Contributor to the book Diseases of Swine since 1972 (from the 7th to the 10th edition) and to many scientific and informative publications.
• Speaker with more than 300 lectures in Mexico and in many other countries around the world.
• International consultant on swine clinical medicine and production since year 1980.
• Director of the 12th District of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians.
• Current President of the International Pig Veterinary Society (IPVS).
Updated CV 09-Jun-2013