Maria Maldonado Vega
Maria Maldonado Vega Professor University of Guanajuato
Ph. D. in Science, specialization Toxicology has received his PHD in Research and Advanced Studies Center- Politecnical National Institute CINVESTAV-IPN, México, D.F. and Master of Science, specialization in Food Biotechnology Research in same Institute. Research lines: Toxicology labor groups exposed to heavy metals. Environmental pollution by solid waste; currently works microbiological aspects of air quality and phytoremediation processes of industrial effluents. Actually his job include of research oncological people. His research has several awards and honors, such as Prize 2006-2007 ADIAT. Technology transfer mode to companies PyME and Technical merit recognition. First award in the research occupational risk from 1999, 2000, 2001 y 2007 Health Sector Veracruz, The Mexican Association of Biochemistry, FESORMEX y FENASTAC. She has Development different projects research and technology, which have resulted in forum disclosure of more papers, technical report and technology transfer. Currently has 18 papers refereed journals and 20 internationally papers, the publication of two books by threshing’s on the subject of specialized footwear for diabetics, as wells as lead toxicology, books chapters heavy metals. Professor of the University of Guanajuato, Technology University of León, University La Salle Bajío and Institutional programs (PICYT). Thesis adviser and direction of undergraduate, Master´s and PhD students. She has participated with other research groups in short Ales School of Mines in France, The University of the Environment UFZ-Leipzig in Germany, in Mexico involved with biomedical researchers at the Institute of UNAM, CINVESTAV-IPN Mexico unit and Irapuato, also University of Guanajuato. She is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journal like Journal of Nuclear medicine & Radiation Therapy, Journal International Pollution and Magazine of Biochemistry Education. She is a member of Mexican Society of Biochemistry and Member Research Ethics Committee.
Nuclear Medicine & Radiation Therapy received 570 citations as per Google Scholar report