María José C. Navarrete Talloni, DVM, MPVM, PhD
Dr. Navarrete is a Veterinary Anatomic Pathologist with a DVM from University of Chile, in Santiago. In 2006, she graduated from the Master in Preventive Veterinary Medicine (M.P.V.M.) at UC Davis, and after being awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship in the same year, she started a Ph.D. in Hannover, Germany at the University of Veterinary Medicine in the Systems of Neuroscience Program (ZSN). In 2010, she returned to Chile and moved to Valdivia as an Assistant Professor at Universidad Austral de Chile. Since 2019, she is an Assistant Professor at the Biomedical Department at RUSVM, leading different research projects, participating in the pathology service and teaching Microanatomy & Embryology, Pathology I, and Pathology II, among other courses.
During 2020-2021,Dr. Navarrete participated as a member at the RUSVM Racial and Social Justice Task Force, and since2022sheis the Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. She also participates as a Faculty Advisor of the Latinx Veterinary Medical Association (LVMA), Pride Students Veterinary Medical Association, and Wildlife Disease Association (WDA) students’ chapters.
She serves as the Secretary of the Board of Directors, and Chair from the Youth Outreach Committee at Pawsibilities Vet Med (www.pawsibilitiesvetmednetwork.com), an initiative that aims to proactively increase all forms of diversity within the veterinary profession. Furthermore, Dr. Navarrete is part of the Board of Directors from Alerce ONG (www.ongalerce.cl) from Chile, and she is also a proud mentor of the New York Academy of Sciences 1000girls 1000futures Program. She participated in several other initiatives and organization promoting and advocating for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (ACVP, WCS, MCLC). Finally, she became a 2022 Social Change Fellow from the Center for Social Change at Walden University, due to her project “A Veterinary Clinical Communication Program Addressing Culture and Disparities among Latinx Communities in the U.S.”
DVM (Universidad de Chile, Chile)
MPVM (University of California Davis, USA)
PhD in the field of pathology (Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany)
Her research lines relate to Anatomic Pathology in marine and terrestrial species, antibiotic resistance and emerging diseases in domestic animals and wildlife (neosporosis, Q-fever, Johne’s disease), and lately to different invasive species (mink, mongooses and lionfish) and corals. Her favorite projects involve the study of the interphase between wild and domestic animals regarding antibiotic resistance in terrestrial and aquatic species. She has published on the topics of antibiotic resistance, fish pathology, invasive species and forensic medicine.
Association between the severity of histopathological lesions and Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) molecular diversity in cattle in southern Chile. Verdugo C., Marquez D, Paredes E., Moroni M, Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Tomckowiack C., Salgado M. Front.Vet.Sci. Sec. Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics. doi: 10.3389/fvets.2022.962241
2021. Mau A, Calchi AC, Bittencourt P, Navarrete-Talloni MJ, Sauvé C, Conan A, André MR, Kelly P, Müller A. Molecular Survey and Genetic Diversity of Bartonella spp. in Small Indian Mongooses (Urva auropunctata) and Their Fleas on Saint Kitts, West Indies. Microorganisms. 9(7):1350.
2020. David Ebmer, María José Navarrete, Pamela Muñoz, Luis Miguel Flores, Ulrich Gärtner, Jan Brabec, Sven Poppert, Anja Taubert and Carlos Hermosilla. Anthropozoonotic Parasites Circulating in Synanthropic and Pacific Colonies of South American Sea Lions (Otaria flavescens): Non-invasive Techniques Data and a Review of the Literature. Front. Mar. Sci. 7:543829.
2020. Paulina Sepúlveda‐García, Eduardo Raffo, Gonzalo Medina‐Vogel, Francisco Muñoz, Pamela Muñoz, Amir Alabí, María José Navarrete‐Talloni, Luiz Ricardo Gonçalves, Victória Valente Califre de Mello, Rosangela Zacarias, Machado Marcos Rogério André, Pedro Bittencourt, Ananda Müller. Molecular survey of Bartonella spp. and hemoplasmas in American minks (Neovison vison). Transbound Emerg Dis 2020; 00: 1– 17.
2019. Astorga F., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Miró M.P., Bravo V., Toro M., Blondel C., Hervé Claude L.P. Antimicrobial resistance in E. coli isolated from dairy calves and bedding material. Helyion, 5(11): e02773.
2019. Ebmer, D., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Muñoz P., Flores L., Gärtner U., Taubert A., Hermosilla C. Antarctophthirus microchir infestation in synanthropic South American sea lion (Otaria flavescens) males diagnosed by a novel non-invasive method. Parasitology Research. 118: 1353–1361.
2018. Ojeda J., Soto F., Arnes V., Mieres M., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Paredes E. Computer tomographic imaging in four dogs with primary nasal canine transmissible venereal tumor and differing cellular phenotype. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 32(3): 1172-1177.
2017. Hervé-Claude L.P., Valenzuela B, Paredes E., Moroni M., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Antimicrobial resistance in E. coli and Salmonella spp. isolates from calves in southern Chile. Revista MVZ Córdoba. 22(3):6191-6203.
2017. Reyes E., Paredes E., Navarrete-Talloni M.J. Sarcocystisspp. in red deer (Cervus elaphus), fallow deer (Dama dama), and pudu (Pudu pudu) in southern Chile. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira. 37(7): 749-753.
2017. Reyes E., Paredes E., Navarrete-Talloni M.J. Paratuberculosis: new histopathological findings in red deer (Cervus elaphus) and fallow deer (Dama dama) in Chile. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira. 37(8): 874-876.
2017. Seguel M., Muñoz F., Paredes E., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Gottdenker N. Pathologic findings in wild rats (Rattus rattus) captured at Guafo Island, Northern Chilean Patagonia. Journal of Comparative Pathology. 157: 163‑173.
2017. Hervé-Claude L.P., Lavado A., Rivera D., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Hamilton-West C. Neospora caninum seroprevalence and risk factors in a sample of small dairy farms in central Chile. Rev. MVZ Córdoba 22(1): 5666‑5673.
2016. Seguel M, Muñoz F, Navarrete-Talloni M.J., ParedesE., Howerth E., Gottdenker N. Hookworm Infection in South American Fur Seal (Arctocephalus australis) Pups: Pathology and Factors Associated With Host Tissue Damage and Mortality. Veterinary Pathology. 54: 288‑297.
2016. Ortega C., Mancera G., Enríquez R., Vargas A., Martínez S., Fajardo R., Avendaño R., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Romero A. First identification of Francisella noatunensis subsp. orientalis causing mortality in Mexican tilapia Oreochromis spp. Disease of Aquatic Organisms. 120: 205-215.
2014. Pradenas M., Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Salgado M., Zamorano P., Paredes E. Paratuberculosis o tuberculosis aviar en ciervo rojo con diarrea crónica?. Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria. 46:45-52.
2010. Navarrete-Talloni M.J., Kalkuhl A, Deschl U., Ulrich R., Kummerfeld M., Rohn K., Baumgärtner W., Beineke A. Transient peripheral immune response and central nervous system leaky compartmentalization in a viral model for multiple sclerosis. Brain Pathology. 20:890-905.