The Vice President for Research and Development of the Cebu Technological University (CTU) is now a member of the Tropical Council for Companion Animal Parasites (TroCCAP) Council.
Dr. Adrian Ybanez, who is also a professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, joined 14 other council members of the non-profit organization.
According to its website, troccap.com, TroCCAP’s mission is to independently inform, guide and make best-practice recommendations to veterinarians and allied health professionals for the diagnosis, treatment and control of companion animal parasites in the tropics and sub-tropics, with the aim of protecting animal and human health.
Dr. Ybañez is actively engaged in small animal medicine, parasitology and tick-borne disease researches and is the recipient of numerous esteemed national and professional awards.
Other members of the TroCCAP Council are Prof. Rebecca J Traub of Australia, Dr. Felipe Dantas-Torres of Brazil, Dr. Pablo Borras of Argentina, Prof. Peter Irwin of Australia, Prof. Gad Baneth of Israel, Bui Khanh Linh of Vietnam, Dr. Tawin Inpankaew of Thailand, Dr. Gabriela Perez Tort of Argentina, Associate Prof. Andrei Mihalca of Romania, Dr. Jennifer Ketzis of St. Kitts-Nevis, Dr. A Sarangan of India, Dr. Malaika Watanabe of Malaysia, Dr. Pablo David Jimenez Castro of Colombia, and Dr. Kamani of Nigeria./CTU MAIN-UPO