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Ricardo Correa

PhD student
INDICASAT

RICARDO CORREA M. Información personal Biólogo Panameño rcorrea@indicasat.org.pa ricardo.correa.m@gmail.com Educación 2012– hoy University Acharya Nagarjuna - INDICASAT Estudiante de PhD en el programa en biotecnología 1998– 2003 Universidad de Panamá Licenciatura en biología con orientación en microbiología y parasitología Experiencia laboral y actividades científicas 2012-Hoy Estudios de Ph. D: Señalización de muerte celular de Plasmodium falciparum 2008-2011 Asistente de investigación en el proyecto “Use of Microwave to Treat Malaria”. INDICASAT 2006-2008 Investigador junior. Epidemiología molecular de M. tuberculosis en Panamá 2003-2006 Asistente de investigación. Sección de biología molecular. Laboratorio de diagnóstico en investigación veterinaria. MIDA Publicaciones Artículos de investigaciónn • Ricardo Correa, Lorena M. Coronado, Anette C. Garrido, Armando A. Durant-Archibold, Carmenza Spadafora: Volatile organic compounds associated with Plasmodium falciparum infection in vitro. Parasites & Vectors 12/2017; 10(1)., DOI:10.1186/s13071-017-2157-x • Acosta F, Chernyaeva E, Mendoza L, Sambrano D, Correa R, Rotkevich M, Tarté M, Hernández H, Velazco B, de Escobar C, de Waard JH, Goodridge A. Mycobacterium bovis in Panama, 2013. Emerg Infect Dis. 2015 Jun;21(6). doi: 10.3201/eid2106.141821. • Dilcia Sambrano, Ricardo Correa, Pedro Almengor, Amada Domínguez, Silvio Vega, Amador Goodridge Mycobacterium tuberculosis Isolates from Single Outpatient Clinic in Panama City Exhibit Wide Genetic Diversity.The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene (Impact Factor: 2.53). 05/2014; DOI:10.4269/ajtmh.14-0134 • Amador Goodridge, Ricardo Correa, Paul Castro, Cecilia Escobar, Jacobus H de Waard. Serum samples can be substituted by plasma samples for the diagnosis of paratuberculosis. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 07/2013; DOI:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2013.06.011 • Lorena Michelle Coronado, Nicole Michelle Tayler, Ricardo Correa, Rita Marissa Giovani, Carmenza Spadafora. Separation of Plasmodium falciparum Late Stage-infected Erythrocytes by Magnetic Means. Journal of Visualized Experiments. DOI:10.3791/50342 • Correa, R., Cedeno, I., de Escobar, C., Fuentes, I., Increased Urban Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii infecting swine in Panama. Veterinary Parasitology. 06/2008; 153(1-2):9-11. DOI:10.1016/j.vetpar.2008.01.017 • Correa R., Cedeño I., Cortes JG., Calderon R., Ricas-Santiago B., Maes M., De Waard J. Evaluation Of The Detection Of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis With The Polymerase Chain Reaction In Five Laboratories In Latin America. Acta Científica. Acta Científica Venezolana 02/2008; 59((1-2)):25-28. Posters • Volatile organic compounds associated with Plasmodium falciparum infection in vitro. Ricardo Correa, Lorena M. Coronado, Armando A. Durant, Carmenza Spadafora. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 65th annual meeting. 2016, Atlanta. • Genotyping of Mycobaterium tuberculosis from sputum smear using spoligotyping in occidental region of Panama. Chris Quiroz, Eira Cubilla, Luis González, Ricardo Correa, Amador Goodridge-Johnson. Netropica Meeting 2007, Honduras. • Application of VNTR MIRU to determine the genetic diversity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates. Dilcia Sambrano, Jorge Jordán, Yamilka Díaz, Amada de Young, Ricardo Correa, Amador Goodridge. Netropica Meeting 2007, Honduras. • Diagnostic and genotypification of Mycobaterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis in human sputum and bovine organs”. Third congress of ICGES and Third scientific meeting of Emergent and Re-emergent Diseases in Central America and Dominican Republic. 2003. Cursos, Talleres y Seminarios • Course “RNA function and Structure”, March, 2016. ICBEG, Trieste, Italy. • Short - Term fellowship. Training in Next Generation Sequencing Methods. Institut Pasteur, Uruguay. June-December 2014. • Organizer of Seminar “Integration for Research and Tb Control. December 2 to 7, 2007. Panama City, Panama. • Training in Molecular Epidemiology of M. tuberculosis. San Francisco General Hospital. August 15 to September 15, 2007. • Latin-American Course “Infectious Diseases: Epidemiology, Immunology and diagnostic tools”. Supported by United Nations University/ Biotechnology Program of Latin Amelia and Caribbean (UNU/BIOLAC) October 25 to November 12 2004. IVIC, Universidad Central de Caracas, Instituto de Biomedicina. Caracas, Venezuela. • Training about Identification and Molecular Typification of Mycobaterias. Biomedicine Institute, Central University of Caracas, Venezuela. 60 Hours. December 2003. Caracas, Venezuela.


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