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Valentín Pérez. DVM, PhD, Dipl. ECSRHM, Dipl. ECVP
Valentín Pérez is at present Professor at the Department of Animal Health of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of León (Spain). He is the coordinator of the Research group “Ruminant diseases: paratuberculosis” of this University, awarded as “Consolidated Research Unit” by the local education authorities (Junta de Castilla y León). He got his degree in Veterinary Medicine, with honours, at the University of Zaragoza (Spain) in 1988 where he obtained his PhD on ovine paratuberculosis four years later. From 2011 is Diplomate of the “European College of Small Ruminant Animal Health and Management”, and since February 2017, he is member of the “European College of Veterinary Pathologists”. He has developed his career at the University of Zaragoza (Spain), Moredun Research Institute (Scotland, UK) and at the University of León from 1995. He has done research stages at the Cornell and California-Davis Universities (USA). He has been involved in teaching in the Veterinary Medicine degree and several specialization courses and masters, mainly related with small ruminant diseases. He participates actively in the Diagnostic Service (Pathology) of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in León. His research activities have been focused on diseases caused by intracellular pathogens, mainly those due to mycobacteria (paratuberculosis) or protozoa (toxoplasmosis, neosporosis), in sheep and goats. Moreover, he actively collaborates with practitioners, pharmaceutical companies or farmer associations in advising and formative activities. At present, he has published more than 180 articles, and about 100 of them in peer-reviewed indexed journals. The research in paratuberculosis has been focused on the study of pathogenesis, diagnosis and control of the disease. He has participated in several research projects funded by local, national or European institutions and has been also involved in the organization of national and international scientific meetings. Valentín Pérez is member of several professional and scientific associations, including the Spanish bovine (ANEMBE) and small ruminant (SEOC) societies where he is a member of the board of directors.
ELVIRA, L.; FERNÁNDEZ, M.; GUTIÉRREZ, J.; ESNAL, A.; BENAVIDES, J.; PÉREZ, V.; DE LA TORRE, A.; ÁLVAREZ, M.; ESPERÓN, F.: “Detection of bovine viral diarrea virus 2 (BVDV-2) as the cause of abortion outbreaks on comercial sheep flocks”. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 64:19-26 (201).
CASTAÑO, P.; FUERTES, M.; REGIDOR-CERRILLO, J.; FERRE, I.; FERNÁNDEZ, M.; FERRERAS, M.C.; MORENO-GONZALO, J.; GONZÁLEZ-LANZA, C.; PEREIRA-BUENO, J.; KATZER, F.; ORTEGA-MORA, L.M.; PÉREZ, V.; BENAVIDES, J.: “Experimental ovine toxoplasmosis: influence of the gestational stage on the clinical course, lesion development and parasite distribution”. Veterinary Research, Mar 16, 47:43. (2016). doi: 10.1186/s13567-016-0327-z.ç
ARRANZ-SOLÍS, D.; BENAVIDES, J.; REGIDOR-CERRILLO, J.; HORCAJO, P.; CASTAÑO, P.; FERREAS, M.C.; JIMÉNEZ-PELAYO, L.; COLLANTES-FERNÁNDEZ, E.; FERRE, I.; HEMPHILL, A.; PÉREZ, V.; ORTEGA-MORA, L.M.: “Systemic and local immune responses in sheep after Neospora caninum experimental infection at early, mid and late gestation”. Veterinary Research Jan6, 47:2. (2016). doi: 10.1186/s13567-015-0290-0.
BENAVIDES, J.; GONZÁLEZ, L.; DAGLEISH, M.; PÉREZ, V.: “Diagnostic pathology in microbial diseases of sheep and goats”. Veterinary Microbiology, (2015). doi: 10.1016/j.vetmic.2015.07.012.
BENAVIDES, J.; SUÁREZ-VEGA, A.; GUTIÉRREZ, J.; DE LA HERA, S.; FUERTES, M.; DELGADO, L.; FERNÁNDEZ, M., FERRERAS, M.C.; ARRANZ, J.J.; PÉREZ, V.: “Generalized severe junctional epidermolysis bullosa with congenital absence of skin in Churra lambs”. Veterinary Dermatology, 26:367-e83 (2015).
FERNÁNDEZ, M.; DELGADO, L.; SEVILLA, I.A.; FUERTES, M.; CASTAÑO, P.; ROYO, M.; FERRERAS, M.C.; BENAVIDES, J.; PÉREZ, V.: “Virulence attenuation of a Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis S-type strain prepared from intestinal mucosa after bacterial culture. Evaluation in an experimental ovine model”. Research in Veterinary Science, 99:180-187. (2015).
SEVILLA, I.A.; MOLINA, E.; ELGUEZABAL, N.; PÉREZ, V.; GARRIDO, J.M.; JUSTE, R.A.: “Detection of mycobacteria, Mycobacterium avium subspecies and Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex by a novel tetraplex real-time PCR”. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 53:930-940 (2015).
SUÁREZ-VEGA, A.; GUTIÉRREZ-GIL, B.; BENAVIDES, J.; PÉREZ, V.; TOSSER-KLOPP, G.; KLOPP, C.; KEENNEL, S.J.; ARRANZ, J.J.: “Combining GWAS and RNA-Seq approaches for detection of the causal mutation for hereditary junctional epidermolysis bullosa in sheep”. PLoS One, 10(5):e0126416. (2015).
ARRANZ-SOLÍS, D.; BENAVIDES, J.; REGIDOR-CERRILLO, J.; FUERTES, M.; FERRE, I.; FERRERAS, M.C.; COLLANTES-FERNÁNDEZ, E.; HEMPHILL, A.; PÉREZ, V., ORTEGA-MORA, L.M.: “Influence of the gestational stage on the clinical course, lesional development and parasite distribution in experimental ovine neosporosis”. Veterinary Research, Mar 3;46:19 (2015).
ESPARZA-BAQUER, A.; LARRUSKAIN, A.; MATEO-ABAD, M.; MINGUIJON, E.; JUSTE, R.A.; BENAVIDES, J.; PÉREZ, V.; JUGO, B.M.: “SNPs in APOBEC3 cytosine deaminases and their association with Visna/Maedi disease progression”. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology, 163;125-133. (2015).
FERNÁNDEZ, M.; BENAVIDES, J.; SEVILLA, I. A.; FUERTES, M.; CASTAÑO, P.; DELGADO, L.; GARCÍA MARÍN, J. F.; GARRIDO, J.M.; FERRERAS, M.C.; PÉREZ, V.: “Experimental infection of lambs with C and S-type strains of Mycobacterium avium subespecies paratuberculosis: immunological and pathological findings”. Veterinary Research, Jan 16;45:5. doi: 10.1186/1297-9716-45-5. (2014)
CASTAÑO, P.; FUERTES, M.; FERRE, I.; FERNÁNDEZ, M.; FERRERAS, M. C.; MORENO-GONZALO, J.; GONZÁLEZ-LANZA, C.; KATZER, F.; REGIDOR-CERILLO, J.; ORTEGA-MORA, L.M., PÉREZ, V.; BENAVIDES, J.: “Placental thrombosis in acute phase abortions during experimental Toxoplasma gondii infection in sheep”. Veterinary Research, Jan 29;45:9. doi: 10.1186/1297-9716-45-9. (2014)