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Jean-Paul Joseph Gonzalez graduated from the Medical School of Bordeaux University, France, in 1974. After completing his internship in Amazonian French Guiana, he worked as a medical researcher for the French government through its major research institutions, including the Pasteur Institute, the Institute of Research for the Development, and others. He received his Ph.D. in viral ecology in 1984 from the University of Clermont-Ferrand, France. He has dedicated his career to research, training and expertise across for developing countries throughout the Americas, Africa and Asia. His main fields of research are viral disease epidemiology, and virus ecology including arbovirology, viral hemorrhagic fevers, the fundamentals and domains of disease emergence. He has led field and laboratory teams of researchers, from the Pasteur Institute International Network and universities and institutes of country partners, including Brazil, Central African Republic, Gabon, Senegal, Thailand, Laos, and others. He has also worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, and as a visiting professor at the Yale University Arbovirus Research Unit, has been involved in high security laboratory practices and research, and with the early development of geographical information systems applied to health. He and his teams have identified new pathogens for humans and animals, vectors and hosts of diseases, and have developed tools and strategies for the control and prevention of transmitted disease. He has revisited the spread and dynamics of several viral hemorrhagic fevers, giving spatial and temporal dimensions towards a more dynamic epidemiological understanding. He has developed several scientific concepts and research strategies for health (e.g.: long lasting co-evolution of germs and hosts on the scale of geological times). In 2008, he joined Metabiota, Inc. as a consultant, and was retained as Senior Staff Consultant, perpetuating his expertise on emerging viral disease, biosafety, biosecurity and biosurveillance, mentoring and training young scientists from developing countries. He has published more than 300 scientific papers, chapters and books.
Viral disease epidemiology
Virus ecology Arbovirology
Viral hemorrhagic fevers and
The fundamentals and domains of disease emergence
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