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Ozzie Francis Díaz-Duque

literature and language professor

Ozzie Francis Díaz-Duque, Cuban literature and language professor. Certified associate American Translators Association, 1976; in human participants protection education for research teams National Institues of Health, 2005, meritorious certificate Office Surgeon General Unites Dates, 1993; diplomate Chicago Hearing Society for Interpreters for the Deaf, 1978.

Background

Díaz-Duque, Ozzie Francis was born on September 17, 1951 in Guanajay, Pinar del Río, Cuba. Son of Jesús Díaz Menéndez and Teresa Duque Ortega.

Education

Bachelor, Queens College City University of New York, 1973. Master of Arts, University Iowa, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, University Iowa, 1980.

Career

Coordinator interpreting and Translate Services University Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, since 1976. Professor department Spanish and Portuguese University Iowa, since 1980.

Achievements

  • Certified associate American Translators Association, 1976. In human participants protection education for research teams National Institues of Health, 2005, meritorious certificate Office Surgeon General Unites Dates, 1993. Diplomate Chicago Hearing Society for Interpreters for the Deaf, 1978.

Works

  • Translator of numerous professional journals.

Membership

Volunteer examiner Iowa City Free Medical Clinic, 1988—1993, board member, 1986—1993. Advisory Johnson County Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Coalition, 1885—1989. Volunteer Hospice Iowa City.

Presidential University Iowa, 1996—1997. Member of Iowa Registry Interpreters Deaf, American Translators Association (associate), Registry Interpreters Deaf (associate).

Connections

father:
Jesús Díaz Menéndez

mother:
Teresa Duque Ortega