John C. Perez

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Director, Natural Toxins Research Center
Texas A&M University-Kingsville

A biology professor at Texas A&M, Mr. Perez supervises research at the center, which focuses on medically important toxins in snake venom. This year he was named the Texas Academy of Science’s 2004 Distinguished Scientist. Through funded research, he has established facilities for investigations on bio-instrumentation, monoclonal antibodies, and live animal studies. He received his doctorate degree in microbiology from Utah State University in 1972 and has been at Texas A&M for 30 years.
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