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Lilia Gonzalez Ceron

Lilia Gonzalez Ceron
Lilia Gonzalez Ceron
National Institute for Public Health, Mexico


Lilia Gonzalez-Ceron is a Parasitologists and Principal Researcher at the Regional Centre of Research in Public Health, National Institute of Public Health, Chiapas, Mexico. She Completed her Bachelors in Microbiology, National School of Biological Sciences of the National Polytechnics Institute, ENCB- IPN (1986) and MSc in Medical Parasitology from University of London (1991) and PhD from Centre of Research and Advance Studies, IPN (1998) in Mexico D.F.. Scholarships of the programme TDR-OMS/Geneva.She has been working with P. vivax malaria since 1986s, and has been involved in epidemiological studies, vector-parasite interactions, diagnosis and treatment. Also, she is interested in the evolutionary genetics of P. vivax in Mexico and its transmission dynamics.

Research Interest

Her research interest comprises the molecular parasitology of vector borne diseases with an emphasis in malaria: diagnostics and treatment, parasite - hosts interaction and transmission dynamics. More recently, the research has been extended to the study of molecular epidemiology and evolutionary genetics of Plasmodium vivax.