\ Sindy Melissa Godinez de León

Sindy Melissa Godinez de León

Professor of Architecture

Areas of Specialty

Hospital Planning, Reorganization of Socio-Health Networks, Health and Architecture

 

Education and Certifications

PhD Università degli Studi di Ferrara / ENDIF University of Ferrara Civil Engineering

Università di Bologna Faculty of Sociology Specialization Organization of Socio-Health Networks in Differentiated Contexts.

Sapienza di Roma University / San Carlos University of Guatemala Master Architecture for Health

Rafael Landívar University / Bachelor of Architecture

 

Biography

Guatemalan architect. She has worked in hospital infrastructure projects since 2005 in which she has collaborated with public and private institutions as a consultant for health infrastructure projects. In 2010, she worked as an evaluator of hospitals in PAHO, (Pan American Health Organization) in the Hospital Safety Index program in which she trained professionals for the application of the index in hospitals at risk. His specialization is hospital programming, public policies for the reorganization of health networks for developing countries and socio-sanitary structures at risk. He carried out advisory and supervisory work for the Institute of Inclusive Health and the Spanish Red Cross in Guatemala, both in programs to promote health and improve socio-sanitary conditions in the first level of care, as well as risk projects Social.

In 2014 he left his home country to collaborate with the Department of Engineering of the University of Ferrara where he began his career as a candidate for the Doctorate in Engineering Sciences with emphasis on public policies and territorial planning of health networks, she finished his research in 2017. That same year, she began collaborating with Girne American University in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus where he collaborates for two years, one of them as coordinator of the first year at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Arts Finals She currently works as a full professor at the University of Monterrey supporting first and third year academies.