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Karina Acevedo-Whitehouse Edit Profile

researcher , Veterinarian

Karina Acevedo-Whitehouse, Mexican veterinarian, researcher. Certified Emergency Medical Technician Red Cross International, Mexico, 1997. Founder Innovation and Development in Alternative Education Latinoamericana, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1998—2001; Fellow: Cambridge Philosophical Society (honorary); member: British Ecological Society (associate), Mexican Society for Marine Mammalogy (associate), Society for Marine Mammalogy (associate).

Background

Acevedo-Whitehouse, Karina was born on January 24, 1975 in Mexico City, Mexico.

Education

Bachelor in Veterinary Medicine Science (honorary), National Autonomous University Mexico, Mexico City, 1999. Master of Science, Center Advanced Study and Research, Mexico, 2001. Doctor of Philosophy, University Cambridge, England, 2004.

Career

Assistant lecturer Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México School Veterinary Medicine, Mexico City, 1997—1999. Post-doctoral research fellow Zoological Society London, since 2004. Lecturer University College London Institute Zoology, since 2005.

Capacity building and technical transfer Galapagos National Park, Santa Cruz, Ecuador, since 2004, Center for Marine Sciences, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Certified Emergency Medical Technician Red Cross International, Mexico, 1997.

Membership

Founder Innovation and Development in Alternative Education Latinoamericana, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1998—2001. Fellow: Cambridge Philosophical Society (honorary). Member: British Ecological Society (associate), Mexican Society for Marine Mammalogy (associate), Society for Marine Mammalogy (associate).