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Código Renacyt:   P0003741
Vigencia: 01/10/2019 - 01/10/2021
Grupo:  Carlos Monge Medrano
Nivel:  III
 
 
 
 

Fecha: 08/03/2018
 
        

GAVILAN CHAVEZ RONNIE GUSTAVO

Biólogo Investigador con entrenamiento especializado en microbiología y biología molecular enmarcado en el desarrollo de métodos de biología molecular así como aplicación de herramientas de análisis bioinformatico. Con amplia experiencia en investigación relacionada a la microbiología, biología molecular y genómica de microorganismos de interés biomédico. Las áreas de investigación de interés incluyen la genómica microbiana y epidemiología molecular de microorganismos de relevancia en Salud Publica.

Fecha de última actualización:
31-05-2020

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1437-5607

26121187200

  

Datos Personales

    Fuente
Apellidos : GAVILAN CHAVEZ
Nombres: RONNIE GUSTAVO
Género: MASCULINO
País de Nacimiento : PERÚ
Pagina web personal: http://usc-es.academia.edu/ronniegavilan

Experiencia Laboral

Institución Cargo Fecha Inicio Fecha Fin
UNIVERSIDAD PRIVADA SAN JUAN BAUTISTA SOCIEDAD ANONIMA CERRADA - UPSJB SAC PROFESOR 2020-03-01 A la actualidad
INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE SALUD INVESTIGADOR 2014-01-01 A la actualidad
CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES TECNOLOGICAS, BIOMEDICAS Y MEDIOAMBIENTALES - CITBM INVESTIGADOR 2015-10-01 2019-12-01
UNIVERSIDAD JOSE CARLOS MARIATEGUI INVESTIGADOR 2018-07-01 2019-08-01
UNIVERSIDAD SAN IGNACIO DE LOYOLA S.A PROFESOR A TIEMPO PARCIAL 2015-05-01 2018-12-01
SMITHSONIAN TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW 2012-08-01 2013-12-01
INDICASAT INVESTIGADOR POSDOCTORAL 2012-08-01 2013-12-01
UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (USC) 2008-01-01 2012-07-01
INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE SALUD 2004-01-01 2005-12-01

Experiencia Laboral como Docente

Institución Tipo Docente Tipo Institución Fecha Inicio Fecha Fin
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL SAN LUIS GONZAGA DE ICA Contratado Universidad Noviembre 2015 Enero 2016
UNIVERSIDAD SAN IGNACIO DE LOYOLA S.A Contratado Universidad Mayo 2015 A la actualidad

Experiencia como Asesor de Tesis

Universidad Tesis Tesista(s) Repositorio Fecha Aceptación de Tesis
UNIVERSIDAD NAC. FEDERICO VILLAREAL UNFV Licenciado / Título Carrascal Huyhua, Melissa Yvon Octubre 2018
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE PIURA Licenciado / Título ITALO LEONARDO GALLESI ESPINOZA Noviembre 2018
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE PIURA Licenciado / Título Julio Cesar Chunga Espinoza Octubre 2018

Experiencia como evaluador y/o formulador de proyectos

Ańo Tipo de proyecto Entidad financiadora Metodología de evaluación Monto proyecto (USD)
2017 Proyectos de investigación básica FONDO NACIONAL DE DESARROLLO CIENTIFICO, TECNOLOGICO Y DE INNOVACION TECNOLOGICA - FONDECYT 400000.0
2016 Proyectos de investigación aplicada INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE SALUD 890706.0

Datos Académicos

Grado Título Centro de Estudios País de Estudios Fuente
LICENCIADO / TÍTULO BIOLOGO UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL SAN LUIS GONZAGA PERÚ
MAGISTER MAGISTER EN BIOLOGIA MOLECULAR UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL MAYOR DE SAN MARCOS PERÚ
BACHILLER BACHILLER EN CIENCIAS BIOLOGICAS UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL SAN LUIS GONZAGA PERÚ

Idiomas

# Idioma Lectura Conversación Escritura Lengua Materna
1 PORTUGUES BÁSICO BÁSICO BÁSICO NO
2 INGLES AVANZADO AVANZADO AVANZADO NO
3 ESPAÑOL O CASTELLANO AVANZADO SUPERIOR AVANZADO SUPERIOR AVANZADO SUPERIOR SI

Producción científica

Tipo Producción Título Primer autor Año de Producción DOI Fuente
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Global Expansion of Pacific Northwest Vibrio parahaemolyticus Sequence Type 36. 2020 10.3201/eid2602.190362 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
JOURNAL_ARTICLE [Multidrug resistance of Salmonella infantis in Peru: a study through next generation sequencing]. 2019 10.17843/rpmesp.2019.361.3934 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
JOURNAL_ARTICLE [Development and validation of loop-mediated isothermal amplification for the detection of the Zika virus]. 2019 10.17843/rpmesp.2019.363.3941 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
Article Desarrollo y validación del método de amplificación isotérmica mediada en lazo para la detección del virus Zika Escalante-Maldonado, Oscar 2019
Article Multidrogorresistencia de Salmonella infantis en Perú: un estudio mediante secuenciamiento de nueva generación Quino, Willi 2019
Article Antimicrobial-producing Pseudoalteromonas from the marine environment of Panama shows a high phylogenetic diversity and clonal structure Atencio, Librada A. 2018
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Multiplex PCR assay for genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Lima, Peru. 2017 10.1016/j.ram.2017.02.004 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Sharing and community curation of mass spectrometry data with Global Natural Products Social Molecular Networking. 2016 10.1038/nbt.3597 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Outbreak of Vibrio parahaemolyticus Sequence Type 120, Peru, 2009. 2016 10.3201/eid2207.151896 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
Outbreak of Vibrio parahaemolyticus sequence type 120, Peru, 2009 Gonzalez-Escalona N. 2016
Sharing and community curation of mass spectrometry data with Global Natural Products Social Molecular Networking Wang M. 2016
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Transoceanic spreading of pathogenic strains of Vibrio parahaemolyticus with distinctive genetic signatures in the recA gene. 2015 10.1371/journal.pone.0117485 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
Transoceanic spreading of pathogenic strains of Vibrio parahaemolyticus with distinctive genetic signatures in the recA gene González-Escalona N. 2015
Transoceanic Spreading of Pathogenic Strains of Vibrio parahaemolyticus with Distinctive Genetic Signatures in the recA Gene. González-Escalona N 2015
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Microbiota of healthy corals are active against fungi in a light-dependent manner. 2014 10.1021/cb500432j Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
Microbiota of healthy corals are active against fungi in a light-dependent manner Moree W. 2014
Microbiota of healthy corals are active against fungi in a light-dependent manner. Moree WJ 2014
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Imaging mass spectrometry of a coral microbe interaction with fungi. 2013 10.1007/s10886-013-0320-1 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
JOURNAL_ARTICLE MS/MS networking guided analysis of molecule and gene cluster families. 2013 10.1073/pnas.1303471110 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
JOURNAL_ARTICLE High clustering rates of multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis genotypes in Panama. 2013 10.1186/1471-2334-13-442 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Molecular epidemiology and genetic variation of pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in Peru. 2013 10.1371/journal.pntd.0002210 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
High clustering rates of multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis genotypes in Panama Rosas S. 2013
High clustering rates of multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis genotypes in Panama. Rosas S 2013
Imaging mass spectrometry of a coral microbe interaction with fungi. Moree WJ 2013
Imaging Mass Spectrometry of a Coral Microbe Interaction with Fungi Moree W. 2013
Molecular epidemiology and genetic variation of pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in Peru. Gavilan RG 2013
Molecular Epidemiology and Genetic Variation of Pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in Peru Gavilan R. 2013
MS/MS networking guided analysis of molecule and gene cluster families Nguyen D. 2013
MS/MS networking guided analysis of molecule and gene cluster families. Nguyen DD 2013
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Microevolution of pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus assessed by the number of repeat units in short sequence tandem repeat regions. 2012 10.1371/journal.pone.0030823 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
Microevolution of pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus assessed by the number of repeat units in short sequence tandem repeat regions García K. 2012
Microevolution of pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus assessed by the number of repeat units in short sequence tandem repeat regions. García K 2012
JOURNAL_ARTICLE [Environmental drivers of emergence and spreading of Vibrio epidemics in South America]. 2011 10.1590/s1726-46342011000100017 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
[Environmental drivers of emergence and spreading of Vibrio epidemics in South America]. Gavilán RG 2011
Article Environmental drivers of emergence and spreading of Vibrio epidemics in South America Gavilán, Ronnie G. 2011
Environmental drivers of emergence and spreading of vibrio epidemics in south America | Factores ambientales vinculados con la aparición y dispersió n de las epidemias de vibrio en América del Sur Gavilán R. 2011
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Origins and colonization history of pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in South America. 2010 10.1111/j.1365-294x.2010.04782.x Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
Origins and colonization history of pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in South America Ansede-Bermejo J. 2010
JOURNAL_ARTICLE Emergence of Asiatic Vibrio diseases in South America in phase with El Niño. 2008 10.1097/ede.0b013e3181883d43 Ronnie G. Gavilan a través de ORCID
Emergence of asiatic vibrio diseases in south america in phase with El Niño Martinez-Urtaza J. 2008
Article Aislamiento de Vibrio cholerae O139 en el sur de Lima, Perú, diciembre 2004 Huapaya, Blanca 2005

Otras Producciones

Tipo de Producción Título Año de Producción Título de la fuente
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA Imaging mass spectrometry of a coral microbe interaction with fungi 2013 USA
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA MS/MS networking guided analysis of molecule and gene cluster families 2013 USA
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA Molecular epidemiology and genetic variation of pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus 2013 USA
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA Microevolution of Pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus Assessed by the Number of Repeat Units in Short Sequence Tandem Repeat Regions 2012 USA
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA Environmental drivers of emergence and spreading of Vibrio epidemics in South America 2011 PERU
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA Origins and colonization history of pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in South America 2010 UK
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA Emergence of A siatic Vibrio diseases in South America in phase with El Niño 2008 UK
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA Aislamiento de Vibrio cholerae O139 en el sur de Lima, Perú, diciembre 2004 2005 Peru
LIBRO Food and climate change. Health impacts 2012 España
ARTÍCULO EN REVISTA CIENTÍFICA High clustering rates of multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis genotypes in Panama 2013 USA
RESUMEN DE CONGRESO Trans-Pacific Spreading of V. parahaemolyticus as Potential Source of New Pathogenic Clones in Peru 2014
RESUMEN DE CONGRESO Comparative genomics of Pseudoalteromonas reveals a proficient group of natural product producers 2013
RESUMEN DE CONGRESO Molecular Epidemiology and Genetic Variation of Pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus in Peru 2012
RESUMEN DE CONGRESO Environmental Sources of Pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus strains Associated with Outbreaks in Peru 2010

Proyectos de Investigación

Título Descripción Fecha de Inicio Fecha Fin Inv. Principal Área OCDE
Chemical Defenses of Amphibian Associated Bacteria from Panamá: Studies of Bacterial Diversity and use of Ecological Knowledge to Search for Novel Antifungal Compounds. Enero 2012 Diciembre 2013 DR. MARCELINO GUTIERREZ Ciencias Naturales
International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups Program Enero 2008 Diciembre 2013 DR. WILLIAM H. GERWICK
Biogeography, population analysis and evaluation of the pathogenic potential of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in the coasts of Galicia. Enero 2009 Enero 2012 DR. JAIME MARTIENZ-URTAZA
Ecological survey of Vibrio spp. in the coast of Peru during the event of El Niño: implication on Vibrio epidemiology Enero 2007 Diciembre 2009 DR. JAIME MARTIENZ-URTAZA
Heavy metal depuration in contaminated population chronically exposed using Probiotic Bacteria Diciembre 2014 Mayo 2016 ZULLY PUYEN
Diagnóstico molecular rápido de Mycobacterium tuberculosis fármaco - resistente mediante microchips de ADN Febrero 2015 Enero 2017 ZULLY PUYEN
Unravelling the impact of El Niño on waterborne diseases in South America Junio 2016 Julio 2017 PROF. MARTINEZ-URTAZA
DESARROLLO DE PLATAFORMAS PARA EL DIAGNÓSTICO Y VIGILANCIA MOLECULAR DE INFECCIONES QUE CURSAN CON SÍNDROME FEBRIL Y SÍNDROME DIARREICO AGUDOS Mayo 2016 Julio 2019 RONNIE GUSTAVO GAVILAN CHAVEZ Ciencias Médicas y de la Salud
Unravelling the impact of El Niño on waterborne diseases in South America Vibrio species are a diverse genus of Gram-negative bacteria found in marine habitats. In addition to playing a critical ecological role in many marine ecosystems, this genus also includes key pathogens of humans. V. cholerae and V. parahaemolyticus, are amongst the most significant human pathogenic bacteria originating from the marine environment. Cholera alone affects an estimated 3-5 million people worldwide; V. parahaemolyticus is the leading cause of seafood borne bacterial gastroenteritis in the world. Infections caused by Vibrio cholerae and V. parahaemolyticus have shown a steady expansion over the last decades associated with the emergence of pandemic clones. The seventh cholera pandemic began in Indonesia in 1961 and was confined to Asia until 1970 when it reached Africa and Europe. After a long time without any new evidence of dissemination, it re-emerged in northern Peru in 1991 causing more than 1,000,000 cases of cholera in just three years. Likewise, V. parahaemolyticus infections were almost confined to Asia until the emergence of cases associated with a single clone in Calcutta in 1996. We report the first incursion of this clone outside Asia in 1997 causing infections along the coast of Peru. The advent of V. cholerae and V. parahaemolyticus infections on the West coast of South America in 1991 and 1997 represented the two only reported evidences of an eastward drift of Asian variants of these pathogens and both processes were concurrent with the arrival of warm equatorial waters displaced by El Niño. El Niño is a climate pattern that describes the unusual warming of surface waters along the tropical west coast of South America causing a notable impact on the ocean and weather at global scale. El Niño events occur irregularly and are not strictly predictable and one of the most major manifestations is the zonal displacement of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool, a body of water which holds the warmest oceanic seawaters in the world. This body of water subjected to strong east migrations to Ecuador in phase with the movement of El Niño waters. In the Pacific coast of South America, the incoming of El Niño equatorial waters to the American coasts originate the incursion of warm waters of lower salinity moving southward along the coast, which has been shown to transport foreign zooplankton populations into Peru and Chile. As the survival and spread of vibrios in the marine environment under adverse conditions has been linked to the ability of these bacteria to attach to plankton, we hypothesize that zooplankton provide nutrients and protection to enable vibrios to travel across oceans. We have been working in Peru over the last 10 years isolating and characterizing Vibrio strains obtained from environmental and clinical sources with the aim of identifying new evidence of the link between populations in Asia and the Pacific coast of South America. As result of these investigations, we have identified in environmental sources in Peru the presence of four genetic variants of Vibrio which had been uniquely previously reported in Asia and, strikingly, all of these variants emerged both in time and space with significant El Niño events. According to these observations, the incursion of invasive plankton populations into the coasts of Peru trapped in the El Niño waters may provide a unique source of novel pathogenic variants of Vibrio. After more than ten years waiting for a new El Niño episode, the active event provides a unique opportunity to test the hypothesis of the existence of an effective trans-Pacific transference of Vibrio populations in phase with the zonal displacement of El Niño waters. All these aspects will address key aspects of the ecology of zooplankton and Vibrio, and specifically the role of zooplankton in driving the global dispersal of Vibrio through major oceanic corridors, which will be particularly useful protection of populations and prevention of future epidemics. Abril 2016 Febrero 2018

Proyectos de ORCID

Título Descripción Fecha de Inicio Fecha Fin
Unravelling the impact of El Niño on waterborne diseases in South America Vibrio species are a diverse genus of Gram-negative bacteria found in marine habitats. In addition to playing a critical ecological role in many marine ecosystems, this genus also includes key pathogens of humans. V. cholerae and V. parahaemolyticus, are amongst the most significant human pathogenic bacteria originating from the marine environment. Cholera alone affects an estimated 3-5 million people worldwide; V. parahaemolyticus is the leading cause of seafood borne bacterial gastroenteritis in the world. Infections caused by Vibrio cholerae and V. parahaemolyticus have shown a steady expansion over the last decades associated with the emergence of pandemic clones. The seventh cholera pandemic began in Indonesia in 1961 and was confined to Asia until 1970 when it reached Africa and Europe. After a long time without any new evidence of dissemination, it re-emerged in northern Peru in 1991 causing more than 1,000,000 cases of cholera in just three years. Likewise, V. parahaemolyticus infections were almost confined to Asia until the emergence of cases associated with a single clone in Calcutta in 1996. We report the first incursion of this clone outside Asia in 1997 causing infections along the coast of Peru. The advent of V. cholerae and V. parahaemolyticus infections on the West coast of South America in 1991 and 1997 represented the two only reported evidences of an eastward drift of Asian variants of these pathogens and both processes were concurrent with the arrival of warm equatorial waters displaced by El Niño. El Niño is a climate pattern that describes the unusual warming of surface waters along the tropical west coast of South America causing a notable impact on the ocean and weather at global scale. El Niño events occur irregularly and are not strictly predictable and one of the most major manifestations is the zonal displacement of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool, a body of water which holds the warmest oceanic seawaters in the world. This body of water subjected to strong east migrations to Ecuador in phase with the movement of El Niño waters. In the Pacific coast of South America, the incoming of El Niño equatorial waters to the American coasts originate the incursion of warm waters of lower salinity moving southward along the coast, which has been shown to transport foreign zooplankton populations into Peru and Chile. As the survival and spread of vibrios in the marine environment under adverse conditions has been linked to the ability of these bacteria to attach to plankton, we hypothesize that zooplankton provide nutrients and protection to enable vibrios to travel across oceans. We have been working in Peru over the last 10 years isolating and characterizing Vibrio strains obtained from environmental and clinical sources with the aim of identifying new evidence of the link between populations in Asia and the Pacific coast of South America. As result of these investigations, we have identified in environmental sources in Peru the presence of four genetic variants of Vibrio which had been uniquely previously reported in Asia and, strikingly, all of these variants emerged both in time and space with significant El Niño events. According to these observations, the incursion of invasive plankton populations into the coasts of Peru trapped in the El Niño waters may provide a unique source of novel pathogenic variants of Vibrio. After more than ten years waiting for a new El Niño episode, the active event provides a unique opportunity to test the hypothesis of the existence of an effective trans-Pacific transference of Vibrio populations in phase with the zonal displacement of El Niño waters. All these aspects will address key aspects of the ecology of zooplankton and Vibrio, and specifically the role of zooplankton in driving the global dispersal of Vibrio through major oceanic corridors, which will be particularly useful protection of populations and prevention of future epidemics. Abril 2016 Febrero 2018

Distinciones y Premios

Distinción Descripción País Fecha premiación
Postdoctoral Fellowship Fellow PANAMA Agosto 2012
Fellowship Summer School Fellowship BRASIL Julio 2012
Predoctoral fellowship Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window Mobility Grant ESPAÑA Febrero 2010
Grant Travel Grant ESTADOS UNIDOS Setiembre 2010
Beca de Postgrado Maestria en Biologia Molecular PERÚ Marzo 2005
Student Travel Grant Annual Meeting of American Society for Microbiology ESTADOS UNIDOS Mayo 2006
Young Investigator Young Investigator Oral Presentation ESTADOS UNIDOS Mayo 2014
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