Souza Marquez ED


Dr. Marquez has graduated in Veterinary Medicine at the Federal University of Paraná (Brazil). She finished her Medical Residency in Animal Pathology in the State University of Londrina. During her Master's degree in Animal Science from the State University of Londrina, she worked with Clinical Pathology and Leptospirosis. After that, she concluded her Ph.D. in Biotechnological Processes at the Federal University of Paraná where she researched about Leishmaniosis. She is currently pursuing postdoctoral studies at Purdue University where she will work with Biotechnology, Oxidative Stress and Flow Cytometry. She served management positions as Veterinary Medicine Head Department, as well as Member of the University Board, Member of the Animal Ethics Council, Member of Commission of Teacher Performance Evaluation, Member of American Society for Veterinary Clinical Pathology and Head of Clinical Pathology Laboratory. She is also Professor at the State University of Northern Paraná where she is responsible for the disciplines of Veterinary Clinical Pathology and Toxicology.

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Her research interest mainly focuses on Veterinary Clinical Pathology, Animal biotechnology, Veterinary clinical medicine, Veterinary epidemiology & preventive medicine and Veterinary parasitology.

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