Ulises completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine at the School of Medicine from Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon. He graduated from Master’s Degree Program in Public Health with a concentration in Infectious Diseases at the School of Public Health of Mexico, National Institute of Public Health.
His interest in health problems involves the prevention and control of diseases that affect governments and health systems at the national and global level. He is very interested in establishing links between public policies and research. He is an emphatic and creative individual that responds with enthusiasm to carry all activities entrusted to him.
During the last 4 years, Ulises has been working as a medical consultant for ANGELS Initiative Mexico, contributing to implementing protocols in emergency rooms and pre-hospital coordination to prioritize action to reduce treatment delays of stroke in eight states of Mexico: Campeche, Mexico’s State, Guerrero, Puebla, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Yucatan and Quintana Roo.