Regulatory Affairs Manager, Crop Protection and Seeds, Corteva Agriscience
David grew up in Bogota, Colombia, and moved to Canada in 2009 with his wife to study for a PhD at the University of Alberta. They had their second child in May 2018.
“It is a constant learning to find out what’s the best for them. That’s why being able to share my science knowledge and experience with other parents is gratifying.”
David dedicated 12 years of his life to become a scientist. “Learning science is probably simpler than knowing what’s best for my kids, so I understand how it feels being exposed to so much conflicting information.”
David’s priority is always to do what’s best for his daughters. “I have the pleasure to see the huge amount of scientific support needed to prove GMOs and pesticides are safe for humans and the environment, so I can pass along my knowledge to those that are eager to learn.”
Read David’s blog posts below
Agricultural innovation is increasing our food options. Read the seven ways that science improves food choices.
With the growing number of GMO crops in the market, do you worry that what you think is good for your body may no longer be? You are not alone.
As biologists, we failed to properly educate the public about genetically modified organisms. What happens when we don’t have enough basis to distinguish between real and false statements? It’s precisely these times when it’s most important to trust scientists and educators.