Ángel is a professor of cattle health and welfare at the Veterinary School of Michigan State University (MSU, USA).
He completed his veterinary studies at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), where he also studied his master’s and doctoral studies. He also completed a residency of the European College of Bovine Medicine (ECBHM) between the USC and the Clinic for Ruminants of the University of Munich (Germany), as well as a master’s degree in veterinary education from the Royal Veterinary College of the University of London (United Kingdom).
Ángel is a specialist qualified by the European (ECBHM) and American (ABVP-Dairy) schools, in both cases by examination, being the first Spanish to obtain the title of European specialist through examination in this field, and the only veterinarian qualified by both schools.
He has also been recognized as an associate member by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in the specialty of internal medicine of large animals.
Before joining MSU, he was a tenured professor of ruminant medicine and production and head of the production animal medicine service at Charles Sturt University in Australia. Currently, Angel runs a research and extension program focused on nutritional immunology in cattle that in less than a year has secured more than $ 1 million in funding from the State of Michigan and the US Department of Agriculture EE UU.
Ángel is the author of more than 25 scientific articles and clinical cases published in international journals (J Dairy Sci, Vet J, J Vet Intern Med, etc.), and is editor of the immunology section of the journal Nature Scientific Reports.