Veterinary doctor graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences of Esperanza of the Universidad Nacional Del Litoral in 2008.
He completed an internship in Veterinary Medicine of large animals for 1 year in the distinguished Hospital School of the Veterinary College of the University of Ohio, in Columbus USA (2009 – 2010).
He was a graduate of the Cattle Diseases Department (FCV UNL) where he was in charge of teaching classes to veterinary students during his final year of graduation (2014-2018).
Currently mastering in the Master of Veterinary Sciences in the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences of Esperanza, specializing in the area of ​​Applied Reproduction in Beef Cattle. His final graduation work studies the effect of proestrus time and follicular size on the endometrial environment in beef cows.
He has a wide and vast experience in advising milk and meat rodeos. Actively participates in the development of research work in the area of ​​animal production.
He has published more than 10 articles on anesthetic and surgical techniques in bovines, being also the author of the veterinary blog http: /tomastruccomedvet.blogspot.com blog
Contact email: fttrucco@gmail.com