Dr. Angel G Polanco Rodríguez currently is a researcher at Regional Research Center from Autonomous University of Yucatan, Mexico, Department of Social Medicine and Public Health. He is chemical and completed his Master's Degree in Management and Conservation of Natural Resources by Autonomous University of Yucatan, Mexico, and Erasmus Mundus PhD in Marine and Coastal Management, on Water Pollution, at University of Cadiz, Spain. In addition, he have international certification on Geographical Information System (GIS). Form part of several committees of health, environment and climate change. He have international publications in indexed journals on water pollution by organochlorine pesticides, their bioaccumulation in blood in women with cancer, and in breast milk, as well as works of qualitative research on risk perception of population about the public health and environmental impact by pesticides management. He have international research collaborations with diverse universities and Research Centers like Mexico, Spain, Africa, India, USA, Italy, and Cyprus. Currently continues to develop research projects on the impacts of the environment on the public health from a multidisciplinary point of view, water pollution and sanitation. On the other hand, it actively participates in projects developing and the training of pre and postgraduate students.
Dr. Angel G Polanco Rodríguez research interests include impacts of the environment on the public health from a multidisciplinary point of view, water pollution and sanitation.