Understand viruses in agroecological ecosystems, developing bioinformatic tools for the analysis of complex viromes, and helping growers, breeders, and diagnosticians by translating virome applications.
Epidemiology @ University of Florida
Impact through network analysis @ University of Florida
Virome Network Analysis workshop @ CABANA
I like viruses, beer and cities.
I am a virologist working on the agroecological interface, implementing viral metagenomics and computational biology. This helps me understand the virus diversity and distribution in the landscape, identifying ecological patterns and community assemblage.
I have worked with several crops, including corn, sugarcane, tomato, pepper, potato, sweetpotato, papaya, among others. Here, at Oregon State, I am starting to explore the forest virome, in trees such as tanoak, douglas-fir, red-woods among different tree species, in the end, my focus is all plants as a virus host.
Academic Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
American Phytopathological Society (APS)
American Microbiology Society (AMS)
PhD from the University of Florida
MsC in Plant Biotechnology from the Research Center and Advance Studies (CINVESTAV)
Biology from the University of Guadalajara
Community Organizer at Madres Sin Fronteras, Gainesville, Florida. A grass-roots organization empowering the Hispanic community to know their rights, and help access local services such as health, legal and human rights.
Identifying your strengths and maximizing them to make a greater impact on society.
College of Agricultural Sciences
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
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