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Área: Administración.  

Dirección: Ave. Río Conchos s/n, Parque Industrial, Apdo. Postal 781
C.P. 31570 Cd. Cuauhtémoc, Chihuahua, México.
Teléfono: (625) 581 2920
Fax: (625) 581 2921 Servicios Proporcionados
Servicio de mantenimiento al edificio y laboratorios.

 

En construcción ....

Dr. Aarón Fernando González Córdova
Investigador Titular A, SNI Candidato
CIAD-Hermosillo
Dirección: Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo, A.C.

Carretera a la Victoria Km. 0.6   Hermosillo, Sonora, México   C.P. 83000  AP # 1735.
Teléfono: (662) 289-24-00 Ext. 303
Fax: (662) 280-04-21

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Estudios

Licenciatura (1996): Ingeniero Bioquímico en Alimentos. Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. Campus Guaymas. Guaymas, Sonora
Maestría en Ciencias (1999): Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo, A.C. Coordinación de Tecnología de Alimentos de Origen Animal. Hermosillo, Sonora
Doctor en Ciencias en Alimentos (2011). Instituto Tecnológico de Veracruz. Unidad de Investigación y Desarrollo de Alimentos.

Líneas de Investigación:
Calidad, Autenticidad y Trazabilidad de los Alimentos
Química y Biotecnología de Productos Lácteos
Certificación y Aseguramiento de la Calidad en Alimentos
Desarrollo de Nuevos Productos y Nuevos Procesos para la Industria de Alimentos
Evaluación Sensorial de Alimentos y Vida de Anaquel
Bioactividad de Moléculas Alimentarias

Publicaciones:

  • Rodríguez-Figueroa, J. C. González-Córdova, A. F., Astiazaran-García, H., Hernández-Mendoza, A. and Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2013. Antihypertensive and hypolipidemic effect of milk fermented by specific Lactococcus lactis strains. Journal of Dairy Science (JDS 6014). En Prensa.
  • Rodríguez-Figueroa, J. C., González-Córdova, A. F., Astiazaran-García, H. and Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2013. Hypotensive and heart rate lowering effects in rats receiving milk fermented by specific Lactococcus lactis strains. British Journal of Nutrition. 109(5): 827-833.
  • Rodríguez-Figueroa, J. C., González-Córdova, A. F., Torres-Llanez, M. J., Garcia, H. S. and Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2012. Novel angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitory peptide produced in fermented milk by specific wild Lactococcus lactis strains. Journal of Dairy Science. 95(10): 5536-5543.
  • Mazorra-Manzano, M. A., Torres-Llanez, M. J., González-Córdova, A. F. and Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2012. A capillary electrophoresis method for the determination of hydroxyproline as a collagen content index in meat products. Food Analytical Methods. 5(3): 464-470
  • Meza-Nieto, M. A., González-Córdova, A. F., Becerril-Pérez, C. M., Rosendo-Ponce, A., Díaz-Rivera, P., Ruíz-López, F. J. y Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2012. Relación de las variantes A y B de la b-lactoglobulina con la producción y composición de la leche de vacas Holstein y Criollo Lechero Tropical. Agrociencia. 46(1): 15-22.
  • Hernández-Chávez, J. F., González-Córdova, A. F., Rodríguez-Ramírez, R. and Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2011. Development of a polymerase chain reaction and capillary gel electrophoresis method for the detection of chicken or turkey meat in heat-treated pork meat mixtures. Analytica Chimica Acta. 708(1-2): 149-154.
  • Rodríguez-Ramírez, R., Arana, A., Alfonso, L., González-Córdova, A. F., Torrescano, G., Guerrero-Legarreta, I. and Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2011. Meat molecular traceability for beef from Mexican synthetic bovine breeds. Genetics and Molecular Research. 10(4): 2358-2365.
  • González-Córdova, A. F., Torres-Llanez, M. J., Rodríguez-Figueroa, J. C., Espinosa-De- Los-Monteros, J. J., García, H. S. y Vallejo-Cordoba, B. 2011. Actividad inhibidora de la enzima convertidora de angiotensina en leches fermentadas con cepas de Lactobacillus. CYTA Journal of Food. 9(2): 146-151.

Distinciones Sobresalientes:

  • XXX Premio Nacional en Ciencia y Tecnología de Alimentos, Edición 2006, Categoría Profesional de Investigación en Ciencia de los Alimentos (Coca-Cola-CONACYT). México, D.F. Octubre, 2006.
  • Premio Internacional George F. Stewart. IFT International Annual Meeting. Anaheim, California. USA. Junio 2002.  
  • Premio a la Excelencia Académica. Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Campus Sonora Norte. División de Enseñanza Media. Hermosillo, Sonora. Mayo 2001.
  • Premio a la Juventud Sonorense “Vatt Wemé” en el Área de Actividades Productivas. Hermosillo, Sonora. México. Diciembre 1999.
  • Premio Internacional George F. Stewart. 1999 IFT International Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois. USA. Julio 1999.

Afiliaciones o sociedades científicas:
Institute of Food Technologists (EUA)
American Chemical Society - Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division
AOAC Internacional - Sección de América Latina y el Caribe

Formación de Recursos Humanos:
Maestría: 2 Graduados y 2 en proceso
Licenciatura: 4 Graduados y 1 en proceso

Estudiantes interesados en las temáticas de investigación para realizar estancias de investigación, verano de la ciencia, prácticas profesionales y tesis de licenciatura y/o estudios de posgrado (maestría), son bienvenidos.

 

NUTRITION: In this academic area, the following research lines are being carried out:

  • Nutrition and Metabolism
  • Public Nutrition and Health

FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,

  • Food Toxicology.
  • Physiology, post-harvest and industrialisation of products from vegetable origin.
  • Packing and shelf life of food.
  • Food safety and implementation of quality systems.
  • Microbiology and Parasitology of foods.
  • Phytopathology.
  • Engineering and Physicochemistry of foods and food ingredients.
  • Development of new food products.
  • Adulteration of foods.
  • Biochemistry and Biotechnology of foods.

AQUACULTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

  • Pathology and Nutrition of aquatic organisms.
  • Aquaculture and Biotechnology of marine organisms.
  • Ecotoxicology, Management and Conservation natural resources.

FOOD AND DEVELOPMENT.

  • Socio-economy of feeding and agro strategies.
  • Feeding systems and rural processes.

 

The Centre counts with the following committees to its operation:

  • General Assembly
  • Directive Council
  • General Direction
  • External Evaluation Committee
  • Committee of self assessment (Organo de Vigilancia); and
  • Others determined by the General Assembly and the Directive Council according to their powers.

The General Assembly is the supreme committee of the Association and the Directive Council its governing committee.

The General Assembly of Associates constitutes of:

  • The federal government represented by the Public Education Secretary, the Environment and Natural Resources Secretary and the National Research and Technology Council.
  • The National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • The National Polytechnic Institute
  • The State Government of Sonora
  • The State Government of Sinaloa
  • The State Government of Chihuahua.
  • The Northwest Centre of Biological Research (Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S.C.)

MISSION: We are an Institution dedicated to carry out scientific and technological research in food and development, to the formation of postgraduate human resources and to the diffusion of knowledge in our areas of expertise, therefore contributing to the economic and social welfare of the country.

ACADEMIC STRUCTURE: CIAD is constituted by 9 Administrative Areas: 1) Nutrition; 2) Food Science; 3) Technology of Food of Vegetable Origin; 4) Technology of Food of Animal Origin; 5) Development; 6) Aquaculture and Environmental Management; 7) Physiology and Post-harvest Technology of Fruits and Vegetables; 8) Quality and Use of Natural Resources and 9) Physiology and Technology of Food from Template Regions. Out of the 9 areas, 5 are in the city of Hermosillo y 4 are located in different strategic points of the country. The research projects being carried out can be grouped according to the following areas and research

 

Foundation date: CIAD was created by a presidential Decree, published in the Official Registry of the Federation (Diario Oficial de la Federación) on Tuesday 22nd of September 1981. On the 16th of March 1982, CIAD was set up as a public research institution. On the 31st of March 2000 the Board of Director  CIAD was recognized under the Law for the promotion of Scientific and Technological Research.
 

Foundation background: CIAD was created through the joint efforts of the Ministry of Education (Secretaría de Educación Pública), National Council for Science and Technology (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología), the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), the National Polytechnic Institute (Instituto Politécnico Nacional) and the Government of the State of Sonora. In 1993 the Fisheries Ministry (Secretaría de Pesca). In the following years the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food, (Secretaría de Agicultura, Ganadería, Desarrollo Rural, Pesca y Alimentación), the Government of the State of Sinaloa and  the Government of the State of Chihuahua became a Members of the Board.

 

From its beginning CIAD offered alternatives to the problems of the food sector in Mexico, carrying out studies, consultancies and services for the agricultural, fisheries, industrial and commercial sectors. CIAD had impacts in three basic areas: 1) the production, preservation, quality and commercialisation of food, 2) health and biological development of the human being; and 3) the socio-economic impact of the processes of economic development and international integration.

 

From a geographical perspective, initially CIAD’s area of influence was orientated at the state of Sonora, this rapidly expanded to the whole of the Northwest region (Noroeste) of the country and more recently to the of whole of Mexico. This rapid expansion of influence was the consequence of repeated acknowledgement of its academic success and its growing capacity to answer and bring efficient solutions to the different and complex problems posed by institutions from the public, social and private sectors. Another crucial factor in this acknowledged success and influence has been its contribution to the formation of highly qualified human resources in the area of nutrition and foods, in just 10 years CIAD became the national institution with the highest number of MSc graduates in the areas of nutrition and food technology. All of the above was mainly possible due to the great availability of human resources of high quality, the spirit of the group seeded and cultured through many years and the infrastructure and analytical equipment, which have permitted production of the expected results to demanding organisations.

 

CIAD’s vitality lays in the acknowledgement of its reason for being, establishing itself as an organisation which searches to expand the borders of knowledge that will contribute to increasing social welfare. This is being achieved through proposals to reduce the problems of marginal groups, malnutrition and deformation that exist with in the competitive structure of the Mexican food system. Solutions from these proposals provide knowledge and technology to: a) improve the foods and feeding at all levels, b) select projects which have a better cost to profit relationship, specially those for the marginal groups and c) contribute to insure the quality and security of food.

 

INTEGRATION and FUNCTIONING of the CENTRE: The Centre counts with the following committees to its operation:

  • General Assembly
  • Directive Council
  • General Direction
  • External Evaluation Committee
  • Committee of self assessment (Organo de Vigilancia); and
  • Others determined by the General Assembly and the Directive Council according to their powers.
The General Assembly is the supreme committee of the Association and the Directive Council its governing committee.
 

The General Assembly of Associates constitutes of:

  • The federal government represented by the Public Education Secretary, the Environment and Natural Resources Secretary and the National Research and Technology Council.
  • The National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • The National Polytechnic Institute
  • The State Government of Sonora
  • The State Government of Sinaloa
  • The State Government of Chihuahua.
  • The Northwest Centre of Biological Research (Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S.C.)
MISSION: We are an Institution dedicated to carry out scientific and technological research in food and development, to the formation of postgraduate human resources and to the diffusion of knowledge in our areas of expertise, therefore contributing to the economic and social welfare of the country.
 

ACADEMIC STRUCTURE: CIAD is constituted by 9 Administrative Areas: 1) Nutrition; 2) Food Science; 3) Technology of Food of Vegetable Origin; 4) Technology of Food of Animal Origin; 5) Development; 6) Aquaculture and Environmental Management; 7) Physiology and Post-harvest Technology of Fruits and Vegetables; 8) Quality and Use of Natural Resources and 9) Physiology and Technology of Food from Template Regions. Out of the 9 areas, 5 are in the city of Hermosillo y 4 are located in different strategic points of the country. The research projects being carried out can be grouped according to the following areas and research lines:

 

WORK STRATEGIC LINES:

 

NUTRITION: In this academic area, the following research lines are being carried out:

  • Chemical analysis of primary products and food composition
  • Feeding, Health and Social Welfare
FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,
  • Food Toxicology.
  • Physiology, post-harvest and industrialisation of products from vegetable origin.
  • Packing and shelf life of food.
  • Food safety and implementation of quality systems.
  • Microbiology and Parasitology of foods.
  • Phytopathology.
  • Engineering and Physicochemistry of foods and food ingredients.
  • Development of new food products.
  • Adulteration of foods.
  • Biochemistry and Biotechnology of foods.
AQUACULTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
  • Pathology and Nutrition of aquatic organisms.
  • Aquaculture and Biotechnology of marine organisms.
  • Ecotoxicology, Management and Conservation natural resources.
FOOD AND DEVELOPMENT.
  • Socio-economy of feeding and agro strategies.
  • Feeding systems and rural processes.
Visión
Contribuir al abatimiento de la corrupción, a la transparencia y al desempeño honesto, eficaz y eficiente, de la gestión del CIAD para lograr la confianza y credibilidad de la sociedad.
 
Misión
Fomentar y Verificar que los Servidores Públicos del CIAD se desempeñen de forma honesta, eficaz y eficiente y transparentar su gestión.
 
Objetivos
  •  Impulsar en el CIAD la mejora continua de sus procesos administrativos y servicios públicos, a través de detección de áreas de oportunidad.
  • Prevenir prácticas de corrupción e impunidad a través de la difusión de normas, el establecimiento de controles internos y de asesoría.
  • Detectar la corrupción a través de auditorias enfocadas a lo relevante, obtener en las auditorias resultados válidos, significativos y debidamente fundamentados.
  • Sustentar jurídicamente las presuntas responsabilidades, Sancionar conductas indebidas de los servidores públicos, Promover el resarcimiento al Estado por los daños y prejuicios ocasionados.
  • Promover que la ciudadanía presente quejas, denuncias, inconformidades y sugerencias de la gestión pública. Otorgar la debida atención a las quejas, denuncias, inconformidades y sugerencias de la sociedad.
  • Impulsar la debida rendición de cuentas a la sociedad sobre la gestión y los resultados de la Administración Pública Federal.

El Órgano Interno de Control comparte acciones de prevención y de fiscalización; tareas igualmente importantes en la lucha contra la corrupción.

El OIC en el CIAD está comprometido a impulsar acciones que conlleven a la construcción de una cultura de prevención de la corrupción y de transparencia en el Centro.

Previene conductas indebidas, no se limitan a la auditoria, investigación y persecución de actos irregulares.

Impulsa la participación de la sociedad.

El Órgano Interno de Control coadyuva a la construcción de una cultura de prevención de la corrupción y de transparencia en el CIAD.

El OIC es responsable de consolidar un servicio público honesto, comprometido y con sentido de servicio a la ciudadanía.

El OIC apoya el desempeño eficaz, eficiente y ético del Centro y ofrece la debida atención a quejas y denuncias de los servidores públicos así como de los particulares.

El OIC contribuye a generar confianza y credibilidad en la función pública, al informar sobre los resultados e impulsar una adecuada rendición de cuentas.

Fomenta la participación de la sociedad en el combate a la corrupción y garantiza transparencia y rendición de cuentas sobre la gestión del CIAD.

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