Alejandro Cruz-Reyes serves at the Departamento de Zoologìa, Instituto de Biologìa, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He graduated from Tulane University (Graduate School) in parasitology, and he obtained a Ph.D. degree in 1982 from the Department of Tropical Medicine and Public, Tropical Medicine Health, New Orleans, La, USAA. Since 1970, he served as a Full Time Professor. He had been teaching from 1972 to 2008; he has 6 Sabbatical leaves; 4 scholarships and awards; 11 research grants; he refreed and reviewed 30 publications. He has 30 invited papers, seminars, and symposia. He supervised 3 doctoral students, 4 master‘s students, 15 college students, and 2 formed presidencies. His areas of expertise are among changes in USA and Mexico using GIS, a bibliographic approach; epidemiology in Mexico of hydatid disease in humans, pigs, and goats; parasites of wild mammals and birds; taxonomy and biology of zoonotic nematodes; impact of intestinal parasites on nutrition of children from rural areas in Mexico.
Biography Updated on 4 October 2011