Iván Díaz Luque

10 M.ViscarelliJose Casanovasparkswalexismvz1995lolozamora1994

Reasearcher at the Animal Health Research Centre (Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal, IRTA). Spain

Graduate and PhD in Veterinary Science/Medicine from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB).

His investigations focus on swine infectious diseases, and especially on the immune responses caused after viral infections and vaccination. He is the author of several articles on this matter published at a national and international level.

Updated CV 01-Apr-2015


Flu productive impact

04-Jan-2016 (3 years 10 months 17 days ago)

There are many open topics, such as: 1) what is the impact of the disease in endemic situations at the reproductive level (irregular return to estrus / fertility), especially in gilts; or 2) what is the productive impact in farrowing units, especially when we know that suckling piglets can play a role as a reservoir of the virus in an endemically infected farm.

Flu productive impact

Prevalence and diversity of swine influenza virus in Europe

26-May-2015 (4 years 5 months 26 days ago)

Genetic and antigenic diversity of influenza virus should be understood as something dynamic and constantly evolving. So, it is crucial to encourage active surveillance of SIV in order to improve our knowledge of the SIV strains present in the European pig and their particular prevalence and impact in swine production.

Prevalence and diversity of swine influenza virus in Europe