Why has antimicrobial resistance become more important over the last few years? Which is the responsibility of animal production? Is it possible to transfer antimicrobial resistance from animals to humans and vice versa? Can meat contain resistance even without having antimicrobial residues?
Gabriel Moyano Ortega
Complutense University of Madrid. Spain
Gabriel Moyano Ortega, DVM, MSc in Animal Production and Health. He graduated in Veterinary Science/Medicine from the Complutense University of Madrid in 2012. He carried out his post-graduate studies at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, and joined Professor Bruno González Zorn’s research group, where he started his PhD training, focused on the study of the antibiotic resistance spreading and dissemination mechanisms. Since 2014, he has been the person in charge of making the European Project EFFORT come true in Spain. This project is focused on understanding the multiple factors that influence the development of antibiotic resistances on more than 200 farms in all of Spain.
Updated CV 09-May-2017