David Cano Terriza, DVM, PhD
Dr. Cano-Terriza is full time Assistant Professor in the Department of Animal Health at the University of Cordoba.
Degree in Veterinary Medicine (2013) and Master’s degree in Medicine, Health and Animal Welfare (2014). He obtained his PhD degree with the doctoral thesis entitled “Epidemiological study of zoonotic diseases from a One Health perspective” with a grade of Excellent Cum laude (2018). His main line of research is focused on the epidemiology of infectious agents and parasites at the wildlife/livestock/human interface within a One Health perspective to promote scientific-based prevention and control strategies of shared pathogens. Dr. Cano-Terriza has published more than 50 JCR articles, has presented more than 100 communications in different national and international meetings and has written 7 book chapters about wildlife and livestock diseases. He has also participated in 14 research projects at regional and national level (leading 2 of them), 1 international project and 12 R&D contracts with companies (leading one of them). Additionally, Dr. Cano-Terriza has directed 9 undergraduate projects, as well as 4 Master’s theses, all of them related to the epidemiology of diseases of interest in animal and public health.