Université de Montréal
Pablo Valdes-Donoso is a veterinary epidemiologist and economist with years of experience working across different food production systems. His research focuses on understanding how economic incentives of production can affect animal, human, and environmental health. He routinely use statistical tools, including machine learning, time series, network analysis, system dynamics, and regression models, to analyze health-related issues in different production settings. He has participated in national and international conferences, led quantitative workshops, taught university courses, collaborated with researchers from various countries, and written several peer-reviewed publications and outreach articles.