Dr. Gabriela Perdigón


Biochemist. PhD in Biochemistry. Senior lecturer expert in Immunology. Tucuman National University.Argentina.


Biochemistry. PhD in Biochemistry.

Current teaching position: Professor. Full-time. UNT.

Specialist: Immunology.

History of research: researcher CONICET: June 2010.

Academic of the Academy of Sciences of Pharmacy and biochemistry since 2007.

Lectures given: Nacionales:40.

International: 50.

Subject of work in preparation:
"Effect of probiotic bacteria and fermented milk probiotic on the modulation of the immune response in Intestinal Mucosa: importance of the administration of probiotics in various pathologies".

"Comparative study of non-pathogenic bacteria, homologous and Heterologous probiotic and no probiotic in the gut-associated immune system activation/regulation".

"Human resources training" theses directed and evaluated: 16 (sixteen).

Publications: 140 (one hundred forty).

Chapters in books: 22 (twenty-two).

Editor of two books:3 Probiotics.Immunomodulation by the Gut Microflora and Probiotics.

Gut Flora, Nutrition, Immunity and Health.

Award 1997. COLEGIO MEDICO TUCUMÁN awarded research area.
Topic: "Immunomodulation by lactic acid bacteria. Prospects for use in human health".
Award 1998. Awarded to a group of researchers from CERELA for CEDIQUIFA.
Participating researcher in the line of research on the topic "Probiotic stimulation of the immune system".
Prize 1999. Awarded by YOPLAIT INTERNATIONAL (France) by the research carried out in area of lactic acid bacteria. Immunity and health.
Prize 2003. Nominated for the 2003 World Technology Award in the Biotechnology area. San Francisco. USA
Prize 2003.Dr. Arroyo, for the best paper in the area of probiotic cheese.Magazine Spanish dairy industry. Spain.
2004 Award: Dr. Brook. Spain. "New probiotic cheese with immunomodulatory activity". Spanish Dairy magazine.
2005 award: Municipality of San Miguel de Tucumán "International day of women" as outstanding woman
2008 Prize: Of AAM "in recognition of the professional career and contributions to the scientific community''