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Prof. Dr. Ariel Toloza | Inseticides Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Dr. Ariel Toloza, CONICET (UNIDEF-CITEDEF), Argentina

Dr. Ariel C. Toloza is an independent researcher at CONICET and Full Professor of Environmental Toxicology at Universidad CAECE. With a PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires, his research focuses on the toxicology of medically and sanitary significant insects. His multidisciplinary approach encompasses epidemiology, genetics, ecology, botanical insecticides, and the development of environmentally friendly formulations. Currently, his work delves into understanding resistance mechanisms in Pediculus humanus capitis and Musca domestica, exploring toxicology, biochemistry, epidemiology, population genetics, and strategies for minimizing environmental impact.

Professional Profile:

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๐ŸŽ“ Education:

Dr. Ariel C. Toloza holds a PhD in Biological Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), solidifying his expertise in the field. With this academic foundation, he delves into multidisciplinary research at the Center for Pest and Insecticide Research, where he serves as an Independent Researcher and a Full Professor of Environmental Toxicology at Universidad CAECE. His work focuses on the toxicology of medically and sanitary significant insects, integrating epidemiology, genetics, ecology, and the development of environmentally friendly formulations.

๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ”ฌ Current Positions:

Dr. Ariel C. Toloza holds dual roles as an Independent Researcher at CONICET and a Full Professor of Environmental Toxicology at Universidad CAECE. As an Independent Researcher, he spearheads investigations into various aspects of insect toxicology, particularly focusing on medically relevant species. Simultaneously, as a Full Professor, Dr. Toloza imparts his knowledge and expertise in environmental toxicology to students, shaping the next generation of researchers and professionals in the field. His contributions to both research and education underscore his commitment to advancing our understanding of insect-related issues and fostering sustainable solutions.

๐Ÿ’ก Research Focus:

Dr. Ariel C. Toloza is dedicated to researching the toxicology of medically and sanitary significant insects. His multidisciplinary approach spans epidemiology, genetics, ecology, and the development of environmentally friendly botanical insecticides and formulations. Through his work, Dr. Toloza aims to deepen our understanding of insect-related issues while advocating for sustainable solutions to pest management challenges.

Publication Top Notes:

  1. First Detection of Acinetobacter baumannii in Pediculus humanus capitis from Latin America
    • Authors: Larkin, K., Toloza, A.C., Gabrie, J.A., Fontecha, G., Sanchez, A.L.
    • Journal: [Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease](link disabled)
    • Published Year: 2023
    • Citations: 1
  2. Molecular monitoring of knockdown resistance in head louse (phthiraptera: Pediculidae) populations in Iran
    • Authors: Khaligh, F.G., Djadid, N.D., Farmani, M., Toloza, A.C., Gholizadeh, S.
    • Journal: [Journal of Medical Entomology](link disabled)
    • Published Year: 2021
    • Citations: 5
  3. International recommendations for an effective control of head louse infestations
    • Authors: Mumcuoglu, K.Y., Pollack, R.J., Reed, D.L., Meinking, T.L., Vander Stichele, R.H.
    • Journal: [International Journal of Dermatology](link disabled)
    • Published Year: 2021
    • Citations: 22
  4. Head lice were also affected by COVID-19: a decrease on Pediculosis infestation during lockdown in Buenos Aires
    • Authors: Galassi, F., Ortega-Insaurralde, I., Adjemian, V., Picollo, M.I., Toloza, A.C.
    • Journal: [Parasitology Research](link disabled)
    • Published Year: 2021
    • Citations: 18
  5. Genetic structure of deltamethrin-resistant populations of Triatoma infestans (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) in the Gran Chaco
    • Authors: Piccinali, R.V., Fronza, G., Mougabure-Cueto, G.A., Toloza, A.C.
    • Journal: [Parasitology Research](link disabled)
    • Published Year: 2020
    • Citations: 6

 

 

 

 

Prof. Dr. Ariel Toloza | Inseticides Award | Best Researcher Award

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