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Day 1  (Nov 9)

Applied Sciences: Biotechnology, Agriculture,  Veterinary and Environment

MODERATORS: Heriberto Prado, Jessica Prieto, Julio Castañeda

GTM -6  CDMX 

SPEAKER

PRESENTATION TITLE

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9 :00

Dr. Carmen Rioboo

Application of microalgae as aquatic chemical contamination sensors using cytomic biomarkers

9:30

Dr. Alexei Licea Navarro

Development of shark antibodies for use in flow cytometry

10:00

Poster -  Lucía Bada Díaz

Induction of apoptosis and arrest of the cell cycle produced by the extracts of Ulex galli Planch.

10:10

Poster - Elizabeth Mavil Guerrero

Nanotoxicological effects of metal oxide nanoparticles on the cell cycle of cells of the excretory system

10:20

Dr. Alfonso Blanco
KOL - Beckman Coulter

CytoFLEX SRT: separating, simply

10:30

Break

10:45

 Dr. Alexandra Correia

Nutrition and immunity: effects of microalgae inclusion in the diet of farm animals

11:15

Dr. Alexei Santiani Acosta

Functional and morphological characteristics of alpaca sperm by flow cytometry with images

11:45

Poster - Karla Fabiola Chacón Vargas

Avaliação do efeito leishmanicida do óleo essencial de orégano e seus principais componentes por citometria de fluxo

11:55

Poster - Marion Brunck

Leukocyte subpopulations in colostrum of obese mothers

12:05

Claudia Patricia Urueña 
KOL - Cytek Bioesciences

Spectral cytometry in the identification of innate immunity cells in patients with COVID-19.

12:15

Live forum

In collaboration with the Australasian Cytometry Society  we have prepared joint events ... We invite you to participate in the global community of cytometrists through the links. If you want to register for this event, remember that it is totally free for Latin American countries.

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Topic 1: ACS Tuesday afternoon network breakout Time: Nov 9, 2021 05:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney /

Nov 8 - 12 am CdMx / Nov 9 - 8 am Madrid

Topic 2: ACS Wednesday morning network breakout Time: Nov 10, 2021 10:00 AM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney / 

Nov 9 - 5 pm CdMx / Nov 10 - 12 am Madrid

Additionally, we will have two joint multilanguage / Spanish - English sessions 

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Carmen rioboo

Microbiology Area - Department of Biology

Faculty of Sciences-University of Coruña

Carmen Rioboo has a degree in Biology and a PhD in Environmental Sciences from the University of Coruña, in both cases obtaining an Extraordinary Prize.
She is currently a Contracted Doctor Professor of the Microbiology area at the University of Coruña since 2017, currently teaching in the Bachelor's Degree in Biology and in the Master's Degree in Molecular, Cellular and Genetic Biology. Regarding his research, he focuses on the search for cytotoxicity and genotoxicity biomarkers in toxicity bioassays with microalgae sensitive to the presence of environmentally relevant concentrations of organic micro-pollutants, participating in national research projects and direction of doctoral theses.

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Alexandra Correia

Immunobiology Group / Host Interaction and response

Institute for Research and Innovation in Health, Universidade do Porto 

Rua Alfredo Allen, 208 | 4200-135 Porto, Portugal

Assistant Professor at ICBAS-University of Porto

Alexandra Correia graduated in Animal Science Engineering and holds an MSc in Agrarian Sciences - Animal Production. She defended her PhD thesis in 2012 at University of Minho, Portugal, addressing Candida albicans virulence factors as vaccination targets against systemic candidiasis. Since then, her research has focused on mucosal vaccination against bovine neosporosis. As a member of the i3S Immunobiology group, she has established a new research line directed to the translation of basic research, mostly done in the murine models, into hosts of veterinary interest. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor of Immunology at ICBAS-University of Porto. Her main research interests concern mucosal vaccination, veterinary immunology, and the interaction between immunity and nutrition, namely the modulation of immunity in livestock through diet supplementation.

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Claudia Patricia Urueña Pinzón

Bacteriologist with a PhD in biological sciences from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

Bacteriologist and Doctor in Biological Sciences from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana with a Post-doctorate in Antitumor Immunity. With professional experience in the clinical, academic, research and teaching areas. Research emphasis on Immunology and Cell Biology of Cancer, antitumor immunity, use and evaluation of drugs with antitumor activity of both natural and synthetic origin. Solid knowledge and experience in handling basic and specialized techniques applied to solve problems related to these areas of knowledge.Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Nursing at Universidad El Bosque, coordinator of the subjects Applied Microbiology and Infectology, with clinical application in areas of knowledge that involve Clinical Microbiology, Immunology and Infectology and Professor Chair of the Faculty of Sciences of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.

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Alexei Licea Navarro

Department of Biomedical Innovation

Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education of Ensenada, BC

I studied Chemistry Pharmacobiologist at UABC, it could be medicine, it could be biochemist, it was a stepping stone to be able to obtain my master's degree and doctorate in Biotechnology. I did the postgraduate course at the Institute of Biotechnology at UNAM, and the post-doctorate at Scripps Research Institute in the area of Antibody Genetic Engineering. During my academic training, I worked with scorpion toxins and mouse and rabbit antibodies, but when I joined the CICESE Marine Biotechnology group, I had to change my model, and I selected the marine toxins of the Conus snails and the antibodies of the Conus snails. sharks to develop my lines of research. I think this has been one of the most successful academic decisions I have made because they are two types of molecules that are really fascinating for those of us who work with the structure-function relationship of proteins.

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Alexei Santiani Acosta

Animal Reproduction Laboratory, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine,  National University of San Marcos, Lima, Peru

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