Fulya Ustun Alkan
Toxicology; veterinary oncology
Fatma Alev Akdogan Kaymaz
University of Istanbul
Nephrology and Urology in cats and dogs; Endocrinology, especially diabetes mellitus ; Geriatric diseases
She graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Istanbul University. In the same year, following her graduation,she began her doctorate training in thedepartment of Internal Medicine in Istanbul University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.Shecompleted her doctorate training with her thesis on the effects of calcium channel blockers on metabolic control in diabetic rats in 1991. She obtained the title of Associate Professor in 1998 and Professor in 2006. She is still working as a Clinical Professor in Department of Internal Medicine of Istanbul University, School of Veterinary Medicine and is also serving as the Chair of Local Committee on Animal Research and Ethics since 2010. She continues her researchs, focusing on kidney and urinary system diseases, endocrinologic diseases, particularly diabetes mellitus and geriatric diseases of pets. Ms. Kaymaz is member of several reputed organizations like the European Society of Veterinary Nephrology and Urology and has published several articles concerning her fields of research.
Azahar Bin Idris
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Azahar Bin Idris did his DVM from Universiti Pertanian Malaysia and later completed his Masters in veterinary Pathology from the university of Georgia, United States of America. Currently working as an associate professor in the faculty of veterinary medicine in the Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, he has a vast experience in the field of veterinary sciences and research. Having worked as the head of veterinary sciences at various reputed institutes, Mr. Azahar has published several of his works in international journals and magazines. For his services in the field of veterinary sciences, he has been awarded the prestigious ‘DIMP’ award with the title Dato, by the Royal highness, the sultan of Pahang. He has also been honoured with several other awards in Malaysia.
Universtiy of Belgrade
Experimental surgery; Ultrasound and Endoscopy; Serbian Race horses.
Milos Pavlovic, currently working as a Professor of Obstetrics and Reproduction in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Belgrade, completed his masters in veterinary medicine from the university of Belgrade in 1995 and obtained a doctorate in the same subject from the university of Belgrade in 2002. Apart from his academic duties, he has also been on board of several important institutions like the Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology, International League for Protection of Horses, Veterinary Chamber of Serbia, Federation of Veterinarians of Europe, Brussels, etc. He has also served as the president of Yugoslavian Equine Veterinary Association of Serbia from 1997 to 2005. Mr. Pavlovic has been in the ministry of Agriculture as a minister and a member of city government.
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Iaşi
Technical expertise of food products; Veterinary sanitary legislation; Food law; Food safety; Quality control of food products of animal origin; Technology of food products
Ionel Bondoc is currently serving in the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Iaşi, as an associate professor in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Public Health Department. After obtaining a veterinary sciences graduate degree from the agricultural institute of Iasi, he did a post-graduate specialization and then went on to do a PhD in Veterinary medicine from the Iasi university. Apart from around 23 years of teaching and academic experience, Dr. Bondoc has also worked as a Food Safety Deputy Director and as an executive director as well. His research articles have been published in many national and international journals of repute and he has also published a total of 9 books. He is the founding member of several organizations in Romania such as the Association pour lEtude de lEpidémiologie des Maladies Animales (AEEMA), the Romanian Society of Animal Epidemiology (RSAE), the Romanian Society of Experimental Medicine (RSEM), the Romanian Association of Wildlife Pathology (RAWP), etc. Dr. Bondoc has also been a part of several multinational scientific projects and training programmes. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Euroinvent silver medal for his handbook "Control of products and food of animal origin" for the year 2015.
Syaliza Binti Omar
University Malaysia Kelantan
Pathogens causing subclinical mastitis in dairy herds; degenerative diseases in animals caused by oxidative stress; isolation and characterization of honey anti-oxidant ; clinical and veterinary applications of honey and plant extracts for disease treatment in dairy herds.
Syaliza Binti Omar obtained a bachelors degree in pharmacy from the University of Science, Malaysia and then completed her masters in Analytical chemistry and Instrumentation from the university of Malaya. She later achieved her doctorate in Pharmaceutical Analysis from the university of Waikato, New Zealand. Ms. Omar has a vast experience in teaching and has also published a lot of her work in several international journals of repute. She is also serving as a reviewer of many journals. Having worked as a professional pharmacist and with her passion for research in clinical pharmacy, she is currently teaching Veterinary pharmacology & Toxicology at the University Malaysia Kelantan.
Anand Agricultural University
Subrota Hati is an assistant professor in Dairy Microbiology at the university of Anand, Gujrat, India. He has a bachelor in engineering technology degree in Dairy technology from the West Bengal university of Animal and Fishery Sciences and a masters in Dairy Microbiology from the National Dairy Institute, Karnal. He obtained his PhD in Dairy Microbiology from the same institute in 2012. Apart from his teaching activities, he has written numerous research articles, including book chapters. Dr. Hati is the recipient of several awards and accolades for his academic brilliance.
Mustofa Helmi Effendi
Mustofa Helmi Effendi is currently serving as an associate professor of veterinary epidemiology at the Airlangga university, Indonesia. Having received his bachelor degree in veterinary medicine from Airlangga university in 1987, he went on to get his masters diploma from Edinburgh university, UK and a doctorate in veterinary science from Airlangga university in 2006. As part of academic training and research, he has visited several reputed institutes around the world. He has contributed his knowledge in veterinary sciences to several international journals and seminars.
Jovan A. Bojkovski
Universtiy of Belgrade
Farm Animal Disease (Ruminants and Swine Disease) and Veterinary Genetics
Jovan A. Bojkovski, obtained his DVM from the University of Sarajevo in 1984 and later did his masters from the university of belgrade. He obtained his PhD from the university of Belgrade in 1994. He is currently working as the professor at the university of Belgrade. He has authored several university text books in veterinary science as well as research articles in journals of international repute. He is also a member of the editorial board in several international journals and magazines.
Yasser A Ahmed
South Valley University
Histology of bone and cartilage; Histology of digestive system; Applications of Nano-technology in cell biology; Tissue culture; Cell death; Molecular biology and tissue engineering.
Yasser A Ahmed, is an Assistant Professor and Head - Department of Histology at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, South Valley University, Qena, Egypt. He has over 55 scientific papers either published or presented in local and international conferences. He is a regular lecturer and examiner of Cytology and Histology at many Universities in Egypt including South Valley, Sohag, Aswan and Assiut. He is the technical editor and reviewer of many acclaimed international Journals. He was a visiting scholar in the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee (UWM), USA. One of his papers titled "endochondral ossification: how cartilage is replaced by bone in the developing skeleton" was selected as one of the top cited 10 in the International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology (IJBCB) in 2008-2010, and was cited more than 350 times until 2015. He and his collegues in Australia have published convincing results about new interpretations of modes of physiological death of chondrocytes and provided a model of cell culture mimicking the IN VIVO mode of endochondral ossification; Along with his colleagues from the Histology Department, Faculty of Veterinary medicine, South Valley University, Egypt, he plans to investigate in depth, the modes of endochondral ossification in Fish and Reptiles and to provide a complete figure of mechanisms of bone elongation in different species.
Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology; Animal Production and Management; Dairy Science and Technology Process; Beef Science and Technology Process; Ruminant Animal Science and Technology; Animal Ethic; Animal Behavior and Psychology; Agribusiness and Veterinary Science
Romziah Sidik, is a Professor in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Airlangga University, Surabaya-East Java, Indonesia. She has graduated as Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Airlangga University in 1978, and then completed her Ph.D. program in University Putra Malaysia (earlier as University Pertanian Malaysia). Her specialty is Animal Nutrition and Production. Many formulated animal feeds have been created and register for Patent Branding. Since 2007 – 2010 and 2010-2015 she is a Dean of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Airlangga University, and has also served many positions, both national (Secretary of Indonesian Veterinary Schools Association/IVSA, 2010-2013) and International (Vice President of South East Asia Veterinary Schools Association/SEAVSA 2010-2012 and The President of Asia Association Veterinary Schools/AAVS: 2012-2014). Now, she is a reviewer member of the Indonesian Accreditation Board of The Higher Education Study Programs.
Anand Agricultural University
Suneeta Pinto obtained her masters in Dairy technology from Gujarat Agricultural University, India and then went on to do her doctorate in Dairy technology from Anand Agricultural University, India. Currently serving as a professor in the same university, Ms. Pinto has a vast experience int he field of dairy sciences. While carrying out her research, she had discovered technologies of flavouring dairy products like ice-creams, which are now being used by Patna Dairy, Bihar, India. She has also contributed her research to numerous science journals and publications. She is part of several projects that deal with developing commercial dairy products that are fortified with added minerals and nutrients.
University of Istanbul
Infectious diseases, Trace element deficiencies, Heavy metal toxications, Dermatology and Medical physics
Erman OR is currently serving as a professor in the department of internal medicine at the university of Istanbul, Turkey. He has earlier worked as a faculty at the Münich Ludwig Maximillian University. He has a doctorate from the Istanbul University. Apart from teaching activities, Erman has also served as part of several reputed associations like Foreign Relations Commission, Judicial Veterinary Expert- Istanbul Bar, Mediterranean Federation for Health and Production of Ruminants, etc. Apart from contributing to several science journals, he has also authored two books on medical physics and has written chapters of other books. Mr. Erman has also participated in several international meetings and conferences.
Molecular biology; Animal Biotechnology
Parvati Sharma obtained her masters in Zoology from Haryana Agricultural university in 2005, after which she went on to do research and obtained a doctorate in Zoology Haryana Agricultural University in 2009, for which she earned a gold medal for the best thesis. She has worked as a lecturer in F.C College, Hisar and has also delivered several guest lectures at the Aquaculture Research & Training Institute, Hisar. She has published several research papers in reputed journals around the globe and is currently working at NRCE (National Research centre on equines) as a research associate in the project entitled, “Development of sensitive and specific diagnostic assays for detection of Trypanosoma evansi infection in animals using modern molecular tools”.
Wan Zahari Bin Mohamed
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
Ruminant Nutrition and Mineral Metabolism for Livestock Production
Wan Zahari Bin Mohamed is currently serving as a professor of veterinary medicine at the universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia. He obtained a master degree in Animal nutrition from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and a doctorate in Animal Nutrition & Mineral Metabolism from the same university in 1988. He has worked for 36 years with the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI). he has been extensively involved in nutrient supplementation for various classes of ruminants. he has a Broad experience in the development of supplements, including urea molasses mineral blocks (non-medicated and medicated) for local use. he has served as the technical advisor for several national and international ffirms like Watan-Waja Private Ltd., Cynergecent Private Ltd, Malaysian Palm Oil Promotion Council, Hillway Enterprise Investment Ltd, etc. He has also been involved in research collaborations with several international research institutes likeJapan International Research for Agricultural Science (JIRCAS), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). He has over Over 300 scientific papers written for national and international levels.