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Francisco Olea- Popelka

Assistant Professor Department of Clinical Sciences Colorado State University USA


Dr. Olea-Popelka is originally from Chile where he began his studies at Universidad Mayor in Santiago, Chile. Dr. Olea-Popelka continued his education in Canada, attending the University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College for both a Masters degree (2002) and Ph.D. (2007). During his career as a veterinary epidemiologist, Dr. Olea-Popelka has chosen to apply epidemiological tools and skills to study diseases at the interface of livestock, wildlife, and humans in different environments, globally.Dr. Olea-Popelka's professional goals include actively collaborating with colleagues in different disciplines in a variety of institutions worldwide, such as physicians, microbiologists, molecular biologists, wildlife biologists, nutritionist, geographers, nurses, wildlife veterinarians, large and small animal clinicians, policy and decision makers, social workers, epidemiologists, and government officials. 

Research Interest

Dr. Olea-Popelka's research philosophy is an integrated multidisciplinary approach in which environmental, socio-economical, cultural, and political components are considered in conjunction with the disease causal agent and the host when addressing different health issues.