Dr. Darwin Bandoy, DVM

Education:

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (cum laude), University of the Philippines, Los Banos. 2006

Leaders in Innovation Fellowship, Asian Institute of Management.  2017 

Projects:  

Host/microbe interactions using 3D in vitro models

Campylobacter Genomics

Current Position:

Ph.D. Student, Graduate Group in Integrative Pathobiology, Weimer MicroLab

 

Manuscripts:

  1. Phyll Giulianne A. Pel, Loinda R. Baldrias, and DJ Darwin R. Bandoy. 2017. Aerobic plate count, pH, and selected parameters of thawed and fresh pork at a public market in Calamba, Laguna, Philippines. Philippine Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (PJVAS) (Volume 43, Issue No. 1), Pages 51-58.
  2. Bandoy, DD. 2009.  Haemoproteus sp. in Philippine Scops Owl (Otus megalotis) and Philippine Eagle Owl (Bubo philippensis) Online Journal of Veterinary Research Volume 10 (2): 117-120.

Presentations:

  1. Bandoy, DD. 2017.  Developing resistance-free antibiotics by Quorum Sensing Inhibition.  Philippine Veterinary Medical Association Annual Convention and Scientific Conference.
  2. Bandoy, DD.  2017.  Infodemiology of rabies in the Philippines using Google trends.  33rd World Veterinary Congress, Incheon, South Korea.
  3. Bandoy, DD. 2017.  Computational bioinformatics modeling of Quorum Sensing Inhibition.  33rd World Veterinary Congress, Incheon, South Korea.

Awards:

  1. Philippine California Advanced Research Institute (PCARI) Ph.D. candidate.  2017.
  2. Enhanced creative research work grant, University of the Philippines.  2017.
  3. Research dissemination grant, University of the Philippines. 2017
  4. 1st Place final pitch competition.  Royal Academy of Engineering, UK.  2017
  5. University of the Philippines Invention Disclosure award.  2016.
  6. Citation for founding chair, 10th National Congress of Veterinary Medicine students.  2015
  7. 3rd place for best research poster, Singapore Association of Laboratory Animal Science, International Publication award, UP System.  2009.
  8. U.P. Presidential Leadership grant (awarded to a single student in the entire UP for outstanding student leaders).  2005-2006.
  9. Ten outstanding students in the Philippines (national finalist).  2006.
  10. National Ayala Young Leader.  2005.