Waren N. Baticados

Waren N. Baticados

Field of award: Veterinary Science

Year awarded: 2011

Division: Biological Sciences


In recognition of his significant contributions in the molecular research and detection of significant animal diseases caused by Protozoans and Rickettsia specifically trypanosomosis, side effects babesiosis, and neosporosis, and ehrlichiosis which have worldwide importance especially in the tropics including the Philippines, using molecular techniques and biotechnology which prompted rapid diagnosis for timely and proper intervention against the diseases cited. His (and co-workers) twin works on the Trypanosoma congolense L3000 and the T. brucei rhodesiense have contributed to a better understanding on how trypanosomes, major human pathogens, evade the host’s immune responses. His recent studies on the livestock dilemmas in the country have established appropriate protocols on the quick diagnosis of infectious diseases through molecular detection, PCR, and recombinant DNA technology.

Current Position: Associate Professor 3

Office Address: Department of Veterinary Paraclinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of the Philippines Los Baños

Education: PhD (Veterinary Science), Gifu University 2005; D (Veterinary Science), University of the Philippines Los Baños 1996

Curriculum Vitae: baticados_waren_2013