Alejandro SE


Scialfa Exequiel Alejandro was born in Azul, Buenos Aires province, Argentina, on March 5 of 1972. Veterinarian graduated in the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences of UNCPBA. Since 2001, is professional in the Department of Rural Zoonosis (Buenos Aires province, Argentina), and is responsible for Leptospirosis Laboratory; being member of the National Network of Leptospirosis (Referent of the province of Buenos Aires). He has carried out epidemiological activities of prevalent zoonosis in the region. In 2013, he received his Ph.D. in the Faculty of Veterinary (UNCPBA, Tandil, Buenos Aires province, Argentina), where her thesis works involved the study of leptospirosis in wild animals.ScialfaExequiel is currently Professor of Sheep and Farm in the Faculty of Agronomy, (UNCPBA, Azul, Buenos Aires province, Argentina) and in Agrarian School.The work of Exequiel covers several aspects of leptospirosis, and his work focuses on epidemiological such as microbiological aspects, including the isolation of Leptospira spp. from clinical and environmental samples.

Research Interests:

Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Infectious Disease Control and Prevention, Parasitic Diseases, Zoonotic Diseases Zoonoses, Infectious Disease Diagnostics, Wildlife Serology Leptospirosis.

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