Secretary of Scientific Research and Technological Development of the UANL.
Parasitologist bacteriologist chemist, Faculty of Biological Sciences, UANL, 1985.
Master’s Degree in Immunology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, UANL, 1992.
Doctorate in Sciences with a specialty in Microbiology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, UANL, 1997. He is a Full Professor at UANL and was the Academic Deputy Director of the Faculty of Biological Sciences, UANL.
Member of the National System of Researchers, Level I.
Founding member of the Mexican Association of Molecular Biology in Medicine.
Professor of undergraduate and postgraduate classes (Architecture; Master of Science with an Accentuation in Urban Affairs and Master of Architecture of Medical Infrastructure).
Research lines: socio-spatial segregation, psychogeography and topomorphological imaginaries.
He is a member of Asociación Mexicana en Ciencias para el Desarrollo Regional (AMECIDER); a member of Sociedad de Urbanismo Región Monterrey, A.C. (SURMAC); a member of Red Internacional de Investigadores sobre problemas Sociourbanos Regionales y Ambientales (RIISPSURA), and a member of Colegio de Arquitectos de Nuevo León.
He participated in the Inventory of homes located in high-risk areas in the Metropolitan Area of Monterrey; in the Sustainable Development Plan for the Peripheral Subregion of the Monterrey Metropolitan Area; in the Sustainable Strategic Agenda of San Pedro Garza García; in the Urban Development Plan of the Municipality of Monterrey 2010-2020 and the Partial Plan for Sustainable Urban Development Cañón del Huajuco Monterrey 2010-2020; as well as in the Nuevo León 2030 State Urban Development Program.
He also is a member of the Editorial Board of the Punto-Línea , Arquitectura y Seres Urbanos magazine of the College of Architects of Nuevo León.
Professor Boris Cyrulnik is a French psychiatrist and neurologist. He is considered the father of the concept of resilience, the ability of human beings to overcome adversity.
Since 1996, Boris Cyrulnik has been director of studies at the Faculty of Human Sciences at the University of Sud-Toulon and director of research in clinical ethology at the Hospital of the same town. His line of research is resilience.
For several decades, he has published a large number of articles and books. Some examples are: “Les vilains petits canards”, “Sous le signe du lien” et “Sauve-toi, la vie t’appelle”.
To this day, at the age of 85, he continues to work as a professor and researcher. Considered a world authority in the field of resilience, he continues to publish books and articles and appears frequently in various media.
Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Science from Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. PhD in Architecture as culture, from the Faculty of Architecture of Universidad Autónoma de México. Professor and researcher at the Faculty of Architecture of Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, with more than 50 years of teaching work. He is the author of the books “CALICANTO. Marcos Culturales en la Arquitectura Regiomontana, Siglos XV al XX” (1988), distinguished with the CEMEX Prize and the Calli of the X Nuevo León Architecture Biennial; “Arquitectura. Modelo para el estudio de la arquitectura como cultura” (2001) and “Ornamentaria. Lectura Cultural de la Arquitectura Regiomontana” (2003). Likewise, he is co-author of several works such as “Etcétera” (1992) with Fernando Garza Quirós; “Educadores de Nuevo León” (1996) with Juan Antonio González Aréchiga; “El Obispado a través de la historia” (1999) with Carlos Pérez Maldonado and “Apreciación de las Artes”, with Genaro Saúl Reyes. He has been an emeritus academic of the National Academy of Architecture; President of the Cultural Council of Nuevo León; member of the Partner of The Americas; member of the National System of Level II Researchers; He presided, with Don José Calderón, the Sociedad de Amigos del Obispado and was president of the Monterrey chapter and of the National Academy of Architecture. He has received the following awards: four Calli from the College and Society of Architects of Nuevo León (1995, 1999 and two in 2001) and two CEMEX awards, one in 1994 and another in 2000, both for research in the field of architecture.
Political scientist from the Tecnológico de Monterrey and Master in Administration and Public Policy from Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas with a specialization in city policies and quality of life at the Institute of Political Studies of Paris–Sciences Po. He has more than 10 years of experience working with governments, international organizations and business leaders in research, consulting, design and implementation of regional and international projects. These include projects and coordination of events in more than 18 countries, including organizations such as the European Commission or the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Architect DPLG, École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville, ENSA-PB, France, 2002, Master in Bioclimatic Architecture and Sustainability, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, Spain, 2015. Her line of research focuses on the construction of ecological thinking in the field of architecture and the city. Together with Rafael Beneytez, she is co-principal at Z4A/Z4Z4 architects‘ practice. She has received the ACSA Faculty Design Award 2019, the S.ARC H 2018, and the Spanish National Award of Public Parks and Gardens 2015, among others.
Currently, she is Assistant Professor and Director of the Material Research Collaborative at the G.D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
Terence O’Neill directs the Office of New Americans and Immigrant Communities, which reaches out to improve the quality of life for Houston’s immigrant and refugee residents. He helped initiate the city’s first language access program, its first Wage Theft Ordinance, and the Houston Police Department’s first human trafficking unit. He also expanded the size and scope of the city’s events that promote the immigrant and refugee community, including annual naturalization ceremonies at City Hall and the Mayor’s State of the Refugee Community Breakfast.
Recognizing the vital role that immigrants play in Houston, through the work of various community leaders, he helped coordinate the development of the city’s Welcoming Houston strategic plan, which aims to improve opportunities and advance the integration of foreign-born residents. He also serves on the C40-MMC Global Mayors Task Force on Climate and Migration, launched in June 2021, the C40-MMC brings together leading mayors from around the world to accelerate local, national and international responses to the intersectional challenges of climate and migration in cities.
His work has been featured in Governing Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, Monocle Magazine, and several academic publications. He was recently nominated for the University of Houston’s Master of Public Administration Public Official of the Year Award (2016). He studied philosophy at the University of Houston-Downtown and has a master’s degree from Rice University.
PhD in Political Ecology from the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Political scientist from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. She completed gender studies at Colmex, and anthropology studies at CIESA. She has worked in different areas of the private sector, among which opinion journalism, urban environmental research and citizen participation, specifically in the defense of natural spaces.
Master of Science, specializing in Industrial Microbiology, from Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, in 1983. Doctorate in Biological Sciences, from Universidad de La Habana, Cuba, in 2004.
He has been a Professor in the Division of Higher Studies of the Faculty of Chemical Sciences of Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León since 1984, Coordinator of Microbiology and Biochemistry in the Research and Development Laboratory at Cervecería Cuauhtémoc-Moctezuma, S.A. de C.V. and Deputy Director of Technological Services for Industry at the Faculty of Chemical Sciences of Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. He has been a Member of the Academic Commission of the Honorable University Council of the UANL since 2007 and Secretary of Sustainability since October 2017.