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José Ángel Córdova

José Ángel Córdova

José Ángel Córdova Villalobos (born 19 August 1953 in Mexico) is a Mexican politician that served as Secretariat of Health and Secretariat of Public Education during Felipe Calderón administration.

Obtained a medical degree, an MA in Public Administration, a Specialty in State and Municipal Public Administration and an MA in Administration from the University of Guanajuato, among other qualifications. He was a delegate in the National Action Party parliamentary group in the 59th Session of the Mexican Congress, during which he directed the Health Commission.


  • President of the Ministers’ Club for EPODE International Network (EIN), the world's largest obesity-prevention network, 2013. [1]
  • Head of the Medical Education Division of the Hospital Ángeles and full-time professor at the Medicine Faculty of the University of Guanajuato (since 2002).
  • President of the General Council of the Electoral Institute of the State of Guanajuato (1997–2002).
  • Director of the Academy of Professors and Students of the Medicine Faculty of the University of Guanajuato (1998–2000).
  • Research Project Assessor of the SSA-CONCYTEG competition, Guanajuato (2001).
  • Professor in the B.Sc. in Nutrition of the Medicine Faculty of the University of Guanajuato (since 2001).
  • Civic Advisor of the General Council of the Electoral Institute of the State of Guanajuato (1994).
  • Vice-President of the Mexican Association of Medicine Faculties and Schools (1993–1994).
  • Director of the Medicine Faculty of the University of Guanajuato (1990–1997).
  • President of the Undergraduate Surgical Education Commission of the Mexican Association of General Surgery (1995–1996).
  • Editor of the Revista Mexicana de Educación Médica (1993–1997).

See also

External links

  • National Action Party Website (Spanish)
  • english version of Bio page(Spanish)
  • EPODE International Network Ministers Club[2]


  1. ^ http://www.epode-international-network.coms/default/files/1%20-%20Jose%20Angel%20Cordova%20Villalobos.pdf
  2. ^
Preceded by
Julio Frenk Mora
Secretariat of Health
2006 - 2012
Succeeded by
Salomón Chertorivski Woldenberg
Preceded by
Rodolfo Tuirán Gutiérrez
Secretariat of Public Education
Succeeded by
Emilio Chuayffet

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