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FloDisMod | A Framework for Flood and Disease Modeling



Dr. Eduardo A. Rebollar-Téllez

Professor at the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico)

Dr. Eduardo A. Rebollar-Téllez is a Full-time Professor at the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico) since 2008. He participates in the courses of Biostatistics and Experimental Design for undergraduates and in the courses of Insect Ecology and Bionomics of Infecious Diseases for postgraduates. His main interests are the taxonomy of phlebotomine and triatomine insect vectors as well as the ecology of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD), specially leishmaniasis and Chagas Disease. Dr. Rebollar-Tellez has led several research projects on leishmaniasis in south Mexico with grants from Conacyt (Mexico), TDR/WHO (Swizerland) and The Wellcome Trust (UK) and has published more than 60 papers with over 1500 citations. Dr. Rebollar-Tellez has peer-reviewed manuscripts for publication in several journals such as Medical and Veterinary Entomology, Journal of Medical Entomology, Acta Tropica, Parasites & Vectors, Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases among others. He also has supervised 13 undergraduate thesis, 3 MSc thesis and 5 doctorate thesis. He has collaborated with colleagues from different institutions in Mexico (ECOSUR, INSP, INECOL, UNAM, U.deG.) and from overseas (e.g. Keele University, Lancaster University, UK) and currently has been collaborating with the outstanding group of the FloDisMod in the context of habitat suitability for infectious vector-borne diseases.