Miguel Ángel J. Márquez Ruiz

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Miguel Ángel J. Márquez Ruiz
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Miguel Ángel J. Márquez Ruiz in 2012
Born Miguel Angel Jacinto Márquez Ruiz
(1942-09-11)September 11, 1942 (age 73)
Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality Mexican
Alma mater National Autonomous University of Mexico
Spouse Maria Teresa Tapia Meléndez
Children Miguel Ángel, 1984 (age 32) and Diego, 1988 (age 28)

Miguel Ángel J. Márquez Ruiz (Born September 11, 1942, in Mexico City, Mexico), is a distinguished Mexican veterinarian with over 50 years of professional practice, who has received international recognition for his contributions to veterinary medicine. He teaches at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and has carried out intensive work through the years in the areas of clinical pathology, virology, immunology and avian epidemiology.

Education[edit]

  • Graduated at the Veterinary Medicine School. National Autonomous University of Mexico. Mexico City. 1960–1964
  • Specialization Degree in Poultry Viral Diseases at the University of Liverpool, England in 1968
  • Master of Veterinary Sciences at l' École de Medicine Vétérinaire d'Alfort. Paris, France. 1972–1974
  • Diplomate in Business Administration. Panamerican Institute for High Business Direction. Mexico. 1992
  • Diplomate of the American College of Poultry Veterinarians. Baltimore, Maryland. 1998
  • PhD in History and its Sources. Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, University of Leon, Spain. CUM LAUDE. 2006

Memberships[edit]

  • Member of the American Association of Avian Pathologists (AAAP) in 1969
  • Founding Member in 1970 and twice Chairman of the Mexican Association of Poultry Veterinarians/ANECA in 1975 & 1981
  • Founder and President of the Mexican Society for the History of Veterinary Medicine. Mexico. 1987–2001
  • Member of the Mexican Society for the History and Philosophy of the Medicine in 1993
  • Academic Numerary Member of the Mexican Academy of Veterinary Medicine (AVM) in 1997
  • Member of the Societé Française d'Histoire de la Medecine et des Sciences Veterinaires. Paris, 2005
  • Correspondent Academic Member of Academy of Veterinary Sciences of Catalonia. Barcelona, 2008
  • Correspondent Academic Member of Royal Academy of Veterinary Sciences of Spain. Madrid, 2009

Awards and recognition[edit]

  • National Award "Goat of Picasso" given by the Mexican Association of Caprine Practitioners. Mexico, 1992
  • National Award "ANECA" given by the Mexican Association of Poultry Specialists. Cancun, 1996
  • Appointed "Veterinarian of the Year" by the Veterinary Medicine College of Jalisco. Guadalajara, 2006
  • Medal to the "Academical Merit". Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. UNAM. Mexico, 2008
  • Medal to the "University Merit". National University of Mexico. UNAM. Mexico, 2009
  • Member of the "Hall of Fame of the Latin American Poultry Industry". Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2011
  • "Centaur Cheiron Award", given by the World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine. University of Utrecht. The Netherlands, 2012

Publications[edit]

More than 400 publications in avian medicine and in the history of medicine, science and technology.

Books[edit]

  • Albeytería and Albéytares in the New Spain during the XVI Century (Farriery and Farriers in the New Spain during the XVI Century) published by the University of Leon, Spain in 1996
  • Epizootics, Zoonoses and Epidemics. The interchange of pathogens between the Old and New World[1] published by the University of Leon, Spain in 2006
  • History of the National Association of Poultry Producers of Mexico.[2] Veracruz, 2008
  • History of the Mexican Association of Veterinarians Specialized on Swine. Mazatlan, 2013
  • Newcastle Disease. Argentina, 2013

Lectures[edit]

More than 500 lectures given in more than 40 countries.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Year 1, Number 1, July 2011, p. 37-39
  2. ^ Book: Historia de la Unión Nacional de Avicultores de México

References[edit]

  • [1] The interchange of pathogens between the Old and New World, the cases of rabies and canine distemper.
  • [2] Libro Historia de la Unión Nacional de Avicultores de México

External links[edit]

  • [3] El Salón de la Fama de la Avicultura Latinoamericana
  • [4] Real Academia de Ciencias Veterinarias