David G. Fajardo-Ortiz

Dr. David G. Fajardo-Ortiz

Research area Research System and Science Dynamics
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David G. Fajardo-Ortiz studied Biomedical Sciences (B.Sc., 2005) and Health Policy Research (D.Sc., 2016) in the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) . He also got a Masters in Rural Development (2012). His participation in research projects ranges from basic physics in the Complex System department (UNAM, 2002-2003), to social science in the Public health department (UNAM, 2013-2016) to bioinformatics in the Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research (Stanford University, 2016). David Fajardo worked as an associate professor in the Medicine School of the UNAM from 2017 to 2018. He also worked as research policy advisor for the Institutional Development Secretary of the UNAM (2016-2017) and as deputy director of research and projects of the Seguro Popular (A public national health insurance program in Mexico) in 2010. Currently he is a Georg Foster Postdoctoral Fellow at the German Center for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW).

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Publications

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Mapping the coevolution, leadership and financing of research on viral vectors, RNAi, CRISPR/Cas9 and other genomic editing technologies.

Fajardo Ortiz, D.G., Shattuck, A., & Hornbostel, S. (2020).
Mapping the coevolution, leadership and financing of research on viral vectors, RNAi, CRISPR/Cas9 and other genomic editing technologies. PLoS ONE(Reihe), Seitenzahl(en).

Team Assembly Mechanisms and the Knowledge Produced in the Mexico’s National Institute of Geriatrics: A Network Analysis and Agent-Based Modeling Approach.

García-Peña, C., Gutiérrez-Robledo, L. M., Cabrera-Becerril, A., & Fajardo-Ortiz, D. (2019).
Team Assembly Mechanisms and the Knowledge Produced in the Mexico’s National Institute of Geriatrics: A Network Analysis and Agent-Based Modeling Approach. . Scientifica, 2019(1), 9127657.

The emergence and evolution of the research fronts in HIV/AIDS research.

Fajardo-Ortiz, D., Lopez-Cervantes, M., Duran, L., Dumontier, M., Lara, M., Ochoa, H., & Castano, V. M (2017).
The emergence and evolution of the research fronts in HIV/AIDS research. PloS one, 12(5), e0178293.

Hierarchy of knowledge translation: from health problems to ad-hoc drug design.

Fajardo, D., & Castano, V. M. (2016).
Hierarchy of knowledge translation: from health problems to ad-hoc drug design. Current medicinal chemistry, 23(26), 3000-3012.

Hegemonic structure of basic, clinical and patented knowledge on Ebola research: a US army reductionist initiative.

Fajardo-Ortiz, D., Ortega-Sánchez-de-Tagle, J., & Castaño, V. M. (2015).
Hegemonic structure of basic, clinical and patented knowledge on Ebola research: a US army reductionist initiative. Journal of translational medicine, 13(1), 124.

Mapping knowledge translation and innovation processes in Cancer Drug Development: the case of liposomal doxorubicin.

Fajardo-Ortiz, D., Duran, L., Moreno, L., Ochoa, H., & Castaño, V. M. (2014).
Mapping knowledge translation and innovation processes in Cancer Drug Development: the case of liposomal doxorubicin. Journal of translational medicine, 12(1), 227.

Liposomes versus metallic nanostructures: differences in the process of knowledge translation in cancer.

Fajardo-Ortiz, D., Duran, L., Moreno, L., Ochoa, H., & Castaño, V. M. (2014).
Liposomes versus metallic nanostructures: differences in the process of knowledge translation in cancer. International journal of nanomedicine, 9, 2627.

Translation of knowledge on cervical cancer: is there a gap between research on causes and research on patient care?

Fajardo-Ortiz, D., Ochoa, H., Garcia, L., & Castano, V. (2014).
Translation of knowledge on cervical cancer: is there a gap between research on causes and research on patient care? Cadernos de saude publica, 30(2), 415-426.
Presentations

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From Expertise Discovery to the Creation of Transdisciplinary Networks for Regional Demands in Materials Science and Technology.

Fajardo-Ortiz, D., Oyama, K., Lara, M., & Castano, V. M. (2016, November).
From Expertise Discovery to the Creation of Transdisciplinary Networks for Regional Demands in Materials Science and Technology. Presentation at the The MATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY® 2016 MRS Fall Meeting, 28.11.2016, Boston Massachusetts.

Knowledge translation in cancer R&D: liposomes vs. metallic nanostructures.

Fajardo Ortiz, D., & Castaño, V. M. (2014, März).
Knowledge translation in cancer R&D: liposomes vs. metallic nanostructures. Presentation at the TM’s 3rd World Immunology Online Conference, 27.03.2014, Bellaire, TX, USA.

An innovative approach for studying the knowledge translation in a neglected public health problem (cervical cancer).

Fajardo-Ortiz, D. (2012, November).
An innovative approach for studying the knowledge translation in a neglected public health problem (cervical cancer). Presentation at the Second Global Symposium on Health System Research, 03.11.2012, Beijing, China.

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