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Eloy Rodriguez (born January 7, 1947) is a Mexican-American biochemist. He is the James Perkins Professor of Environmental Studies at Cornell University. He was born in Edinburg, Texas.
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Collaborating with primatologist Richard Wrangham, Rodriguez introduced the concept of zoopharmacognosy.
Rodriguez graduated from the University of Texas, Austin with a B.S. in 1969 and a Ph.D. in Phytochemistry and Plant Biology in 1975. Later, at the University of British Columbia, he received medical postdoctoral training in medicinal botany. He was an Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Irvine from 1976 to 1994 before joining the faculty at Cornell.
Rodriguez also serves as a faculty advisor for the Science Organization of Latinos at Cornell.
Rodriguez is the director of the Cornell University Esbaran Amazon Field Laboratory located in the Amazon Rainforest near Iquitos, Peru
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