Dr. Zandro O. Perez is the Campus Director of Cebu Technological University Moalboal, Cebu. Before he was appointed as the campus director, he is a professor in CTU Barili in the Department of Veterinary and Agriculture College. Dr. Zandro O. Perez is a former president of the Philippine Veterinary Medical Association – Central Visayas Chapter and a Board Member of Association of Farm Animal Practitioners in the Philippines, Inc Veterinary Practitioners Association of the Philippines, and a past president of Cebu Companion Animal Practitioners Association.
He received his Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture major in Animal Science in Cebu State College Science and Technology – College of Agriculture in 1996. A graduate of Animal Science major in Animal Health at Visayas State University in 2002, and finished his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Visayas State College in 2004. He graduated from CTU Barili with his Master of Science in Public Health and Master of Science in Agriculture, Major in Animal Science in 2015. He serves and specializes in Veterinary Medicine for 15 years.
In work-study and research, Dr. Zandro O. Perez is interested in Molecular Biology, Laboratory Animals, Organic Farming, Food Microbiology, Small Animal Medicine, Fisheries, and Aquaculture. His current projects are the “Prevalence of microorganism in meat stall chopping boards at Carbon Public Market, Cebu City '', and “Fermented rice spent wash as a supplement for growth and laying performance in Native Chickens”.
Dr. Zandro O. Perez was given awards such as 2020 Distinguished Community Service on COVID–19 Pandemic Response – December 18, 2020, Campus Praise – Tap 2020 On the Spot Faculty Awardee – December 10, 2020, Kalampusan Award – a recognition given by the Cebu Technological University Barili – December 2, 2017, and Most Active Teacher Award – Campus Supreme Student Government – March 2, 2017.
He is an Author and Co-Author of the following researches Body Weight Estimation Using Body Measurements in Goats (Capra hircus) Under Field Condition. Philippine Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. Diversity of Babesia bovis merozoite surface antigen genes in the Philippines. Parasitology international. Molecular survey of bovine vector-borne pathogens in Cebu, Philippines. Veterinary parasitology. First molecular characterization of Anaplasma marginale in cattle and Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus ticks in Cebu, Philippines. Journal of Veterinary Medical Science. First molecular detection of Ehrlichia canis and Anaplasma platys in ticks from dogs in Cebu, Philippines. Ticks and tick-borne diseases.