We are leading a number of translational research and patient care projects in context of Venezuela’s ongoing humanitarian crisis. Our main lines of research: 1. Natural history and pathogenesis of arboviral diseases (e.g. Dengue, Chikungunya, Zika, Mayaro, Oropouche and Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis), 2.The eco-epidemiology and phylogenetics of endemic trypanosomatid infections (Chagas and Leishmaniasis); 3.Novel therapeutic approaches to treat these endemic NTDs.Check out our Research Networks
We aim to implement strategies for building a strong scientific, intellectual and innovation culture. Our program includes besides formal classes and teaching, laboratory and group meetings –focused on different research areas-, science coffee breaks, journal clubs as well as seminars. We treasure building professional connections and fruitful collaborations with other research institutions both nationally and internationally. Students are the heart of our group and at the same time enhancers of our unique intellectual climate.Learn more
Our studies have been published in various indexed, high-impact, internationally recognized journals such as: Lancet Infectious Diseases, Acta Tropica, Clinical Infectious Diseases, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Genome Announcements, Journal of Neurovirology, Clinical and Experimental Dermatology among others.Articles
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