Scientist Profile

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Deogracias D. Cabrera

Expertise: Veterinary Medicine

Association

    • Phi Kappa Phi, Member
    • Sigma Xi (Auburn University Chapter), Member
    • National Research Council of the Philippines, Associate Member
    • American Society of Tropical Medicine, Member
    • Philippine Society of Parasitology, Member
    • Philippine Malaria Society, Member
    • Philippine Veterinary Medical Association, Member
    • DANR Bar Association, Member
    • Philippine Veterans Legion (DANR Chapter), Judge Advocate
    • Philippine Government Employees Association, Member
    • World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Member
    • American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member

Employment

    • Manila Slaughterhouse, Livestock Inspector, 1935 O - 1935 D
    • Bureau of Animal Industry, Livestock Inspector, 1933 My 24 - 1938 Mr 15
    • Bureau of Animal Industry, Asst. Veterinarian and Chief, Protozoology Section, 1938 Mr 16 - 1941 D 31
    • Bureau of Plant and Animal Industry, Assistant in Parasitology, 1942 Ja 23 - 1943 Mr 31
    • Bureau of Animal Industry, Pathologist and Bacteriologist, 1943 Ap - 1943 Je
    • Institute of Science and Technology, Pathologist, Animal Research Division, 1944 Je - 1944 D
    • National Research Center, Assistant Research, 1944 Je - 1944 D
    • PCAU-8, PCAU-27, U. S. A., Sanitary Officer, 1945 Mr 13 - 1945 Je 27
    • 363rd Med. Laboratory U. S. A., Clinical Pathologist, 1945 Je 08 - 1945 D 01
    • 19th General Med. Laboratory, U. S. A., Clinical Pathologist, 1945 D 02 - 1946 Ap 12
    • U. S. Public Health Service, Malaria Control Division, Assistant Entomologist, 1946 Ap 22 - 1947 Mr 09
    • U. S. Public Health Service, Senior Parasitologist, 1947 Mr 10 - 1947 D 13
    • U. S. Public Health Service, Malaria Control Division, Field Supervisor (Chief Parasitologist), 1947 D - 1950 Je
    • Manila Health Department, Chief, Slaughterhouse and STockyard Section, 1950 - 1953
    • Bureau of animal Industry, Assistant Chief of Division, 1953 D 21 - 1960 Ag 23
    • Bureau of Animal Industry, Chief, Animal Disease and Parasite Research Division, 1960 Ag 24

Award

    • Fellowship on parasitology and public administration, U.S. and Puerto Rico, ICA-NEC, Dec. 1955-Aug. 1956
    • Research Fellowhsip on animal disease control, Hongkong, Taiwan & Japan, SEATO, Nov. 1959-Feb. 1960
    • Fellowship to Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, National Cancer Institute-National Institute of Health, July 1962-Sept. 1964

Education

    • University of the Philippines, Manila, D. V. M., 1930
    • Manila Law College, Manila, LL. B., 1952

Publication

    • Smith, H.F., Dy, F.J., (1949) Studies on the efficiency of chloroquine and chlorguanide as antimalarials. I. As suppressants.
    • Journal of the Philippine Pharmeaceutical Association Volume 36(4):
    • De Jesus, Z., (1939) A comparative biochemic study of the carotene of carabao and cattle with special reference to the differentiation of the meat of these animals.
    • Philippine Journal of Animal Industry Volume 6(1):
    • Refuerzo, P.G., (1941) Two species of Raillietina (Cestoidaea: Davaineidae) from Filipino children, Philippines.
    • Journal of Animal Industry Volume 8(2):
    • smith, H.F., Dy, F.J., (1948) Studies on the efficiency of chloroquine and chlorguanide as antimalarials:I As suppressants.
    • Acta Medica Philippina Volume 5(2):
    • Cabrera, D., (1941) Effects of sulphur on growing chickens.
    • Journal of Animal Industry Volume 8(2):
    • Cabrera, D., (1940) Anthelmintic value of tobacco mid-rib powder mixed with the daily feed mash of infected chickens.
    • Philippine Journal of Animal Industry Volume 7(3):
    • Cabrera, D., (1949) Observations on the mode of action of naganol (Bayer 205) as a trypanocidal agent.
    • Philippine Journal of Science Volume 78(2):
    • Cabrera, D., (1940) A note on thelone representative of the genus Linognathus in the Philippines.
    • Journal of Animal Industry Volume 7(4):
    • De Jesus, Z., Gonzales, F.J., ( 1949) Studies on the control of surra: I. An effective and economical method of curative treatment of equine surra.
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume 9(3):
    • De Jesus, Z., Gonzales, F.J., (1949) Studies on the control of surra: II. The pig as probable reservoir host of surra trypanosome.
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume 9(4):
    • Smith, H.F., Dy, F.J., (1949) Studies on the efficiency of chloroquine and chorguanide as antimalarials II. As curative agents against Philippine strains of plasmodia.
    • Acta Medica Philppina Volume 6(2):
    • Smith, H.F., Dy, .J., (1950) Untoward effects of quinacrine hydrochloride as observed in 302, 206 malaria cases.
    • Acta Medica Philippina Volume 6 (3):
    • Cabrera, D., (1951) The delegation of quasi-legislative power to administrative agencies
    • Manila Law College Volume 4:
    • Vill, P.P., (1953) A call for a more adequate poultry meat inspection service.
    • Manila Health Department Bulletin Volume 4(3):
    • Cabrera, D., (1955) How to improve the meat inspection service in the Manila Slaughterhouse.
    • B. A. I. Recorder Volume 17(9):
    • Cabrera, D., (1955) Progress of government campaign on parasite ills reviewed.
    • Manila Chronicle
    • Cabrera, D., (1956) Dog meat and public health.
    • B. A. I. Recorder Volume 18(10-12):
    • Jen, L.T., (1956) The nuclear shift index and other hematological indexes in surra.
    • American Journal of Veterinary Research Volume 17(65):
    • Cabrera, D., (1957) Anaplasma like bodies in the Guinea fowl.
    • Journal of the American Veterinay Medical Association Volume 130(10):
    • Cabrera, D., (1960) Anaplasma-like bodies in the Guinea fowl
    • Natural and Applied Science Bulletin Volume 17 (3-4):
    • Cabrera, D., (1957) Cystocercosis in animals in the Philippines and its public health implications.
    • B. A. I. Recorder Volume 19(4):
    • Cabrera, D., (1957) Meat inspection: its public health implication.
    • B. A. I. Recorder Volume 19(1-2):
    • Cabrera, D., (1957) Report of studies and observations in connection wiht ICA training grant to the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
    • B. A. I. Recorder Volume 19(6):
    • Cabrera, D., (1960) Fiestas in the Philippines.
    • The Exhorter Volume 19(9):
    • Bailey, W.S., Diamond, D.L., (1963) Beetles of the family Scarabaeidae as intermediate hosts for Spirocerea lupi.
    • Journal of Parasitology Volume 3:
    • Bailey, W.S., Diamond, D.L., (1963) Preliminary observations on experimental infections with Spirocerea lupi.
    • Journal of Parasitology Volume 49(5):
    • Bailey, W.S., Morgan, D.H., (1963) Prevalence and epidemiology of Spirocerea lupi in an endemic area near Auburn, Alabama.
    • Journal of Parasitology Volume 49(5):
    • Bailey, W.S., Eubank, N.H., Diamond, D.L., (1964) Efficacy of certain anthelmintics against developing stages of Spirocerea lupi.
    • Journal of Parasitology Volume 50(3):
    • Bailey,W.S., Diamond, D.L., ( 1964) Life cycle of Spirocerea lupi (Rudolphi, 1809).
    • Journal of Parasitology Volume 50(3):
    • Bailey, W.S., (1964) A modified stool technique for detecting eggs of Spirocerea lupi.
    • Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association Volume 145(6):
    • Bailey, W.S., Morgan, D.H., (1964) Observations on teh epidemiology of Spirocerea lupi in the Southeastern United States.
    • Auburn Veterinarian Volume 20(3):

Trainings

    • Medical course, 1930 - 1933, Centro College of Medicine
    • Physics, 1932, National University
    • Special class in tropical medicine and parasitology, 1956 Ja - 1956 F, School of Tropical Medicine, University of Puerto Rico
    • Public administration in agricultural development, 1956 Je, Graduate School, US Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
    • Public Administration in agricultural development, 1956 Jl - 1956 Ag, Institute of Aracology, University of Maryland, USA
    • Training and observation for one to two weeks, 1956, various institutions in the U. S. A.
    • Training and observation for one to three weeks, 1959 - 1960, various institutions in Japan
    • Special studies in nematology, oncology, general pathology and physiologic pathology, 1962 Jl - 1964 S, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama