Dr. Ferrao graduated in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science from the University of São Paulo (2009). Obtained Master of Science (2013) from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, University of São Paulo, in the Department of Surgery (Postgraduate Program in Anatomy of Domestic and Wild Animals) & a Ph.D. in Biotechnology (2018) by the Graduate Program in Biotechnology Interunits at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, University of São Paulo.
Working as professor in Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Federal University Wukari, Nigeria He have strengths like
Dr. Zhuang obtained Bachelor's degree from Life Science college, Shaanxi Normal University in 2005; Ph.D. from Shanghai Institutes for Biochemistry and Cell Biology in 2012. 2005- 2006: Courses learning and lab rotation; 2007- 2012: In Dr. Gang Pei’s lab. Research projects: GPCR and Alzheimer’s Disease & β-arrestins and Obesity. He worked as an Assistant Instructor in Dr. Eric's Olson’s lab in UT Southwestern Medical Center for one year. Previously worked as a Postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Kai Ge’s lab in NIDDK/ National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Sakkaravarthi obtained a Ph.D. in Marine biology and oceanography from the Centre of advanced study in marine biology, Annamalai University, India in 2012. Also has a master's(M.Phil) degree from the same institution (2008). Completed M.sc in Marine biology and oceanography from the Centre of advanced study in marine biology, Annamalai University, India in 1994 and graduated with B.sc. in Zoology from Anja college, Sivakasi, Tamilnadu, India in 1992.
Mr. Lucas graduated in Biological Sciences (Bachelor's and Bachelor's) at Centro Universitário Nove de Julho (2006); Specialist in Wild Animal Management by PUC - SP (2009). Master in Fauna Conservation by the Postgraduate Program in Fauna Conservation-PPGCFau, at the University of São Carlos-UFSCar (2019). He is currently working as an Exhibition analyst at the Biological Museum of the Butantan Institute working for research and management in captivity and wildlife of Amphibians and Reptiles. He is also teaching non-formal education activities in venomous animals and is working in the taxidermy laboratory (preparation and maintenance of scientific and didactic materials) and providing training on the capture and handling of venomous animals for military and public security forces. He is also a Lecturer for undergraduate courses in Biomedicine, Biological Sciences, and Pharmacy. He worked as Technical Director of Eco nature.
Management, monitoring, and conservation of study groups (Herpetofauna and Mastofauna).
Dr. Omur received his Ph.D. degree (Reproduction and Artificial Insemination) in 2011 from Selcuk University. He had attended several National/International Conference, international programs. He was involved in national and international research on animal reproduction. His research focuses on freezing sperm in farm animals and investigating the effectiveness of antioxidants on reproductive parameters in rats. He is also interested in the biochemical and molecular mechanisms of fertilization and sperm cell energy metabolism. Besides, he is a Ph.D. student of Biochemistry and an undergraduate student of Molecular biology and genetics, Atatürk University.
Dr. Rehab obtained a Ph.D. degree in Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine/ Cairo University in the year 2009; a master's degree in Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine/ Cairo University in the year 2004 & a bachelor's degree in Veterinary medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine / Cairo University in the year of 1997. He has an experience of about 11years of in teaching. He has almost published 22 research works and is a reviewer for 66 international scientific journals.
Dr. Yasodha is Associate Professor & Head Department of Biotechnology PGP College of Arts & Science, Namakkal, Tamil Nadu, India; obtained a Ph.D. (Life Sciences) in Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore, M.Phil (Life Sciences) 1993-94 in Avinashilingam University, M.Sc (Life Sciences) 1991-93 in in Avinashilingam University, B.Sc (Botany) 1988-1991 in PSGR Krishnammal College for Women won 7th Rank from Bharathiar University ,Coimbatore, India.
1. Biotechnology 2. Nanotechnology 3. Food technology 4. Bioinformatics 5. cell & molecular biology, 6. microbiology, 7. biochemistry, 8. Paramedical technology, 9. Cytogenetics 10. Aquaculture 11. Environmental & Industrial biotechnology 12. Botany/Plant Science & Zoology/Animal Science
I am a veterinarian who interested in every aspect of vaccinology whether it was animal vaccines or human vaccines. I started this career 12 years ago when I joined the department of viral vaccine production at veterinary research institute. Since then I have been very eager to this part of science and it is benefits to both human and veterinary public health. I spent my first three years in tissue culture vaccine unit, mean while I learned and practiced the principle of tissue culture vaccines, and more than five years in poultry vaccines unit producing the locally produced vaccines and testing the imported poultry vaccines for registration. I have contributed in many researches related to vaccines, and then my journey for vaccine production and development had began. Spending more than 8 years in the area of vaccine production, quality control, and vaccines development provides me with good skills toward career in vaccinology. Then I realized that clinical trials are essential for vaccine development. thus, I completed the Johns Hopkins’s two online offers of, vaccines trial methods and best practice, and the Design and Interpretation of Clinical Trials via courser, then completed the Pennsylvania’s online offer of vaccines , and the Pittsburgh’s online offer of Epidemics, Pandemics and Outbreaks. To understand the research ethos I completed a postgraduate diploma in research methodology and biostatistics from University of Medical Science and Technology (UMST) by 2013(Sudan), then vaccine research become my passion. I also had many short courses in molecular biology, advanced bioinformatics, and biotechnology. In 2010 1attended short course in human and veterinary vaccinology at Oxford University, department for continuing education, from which I learned the principle aspects of vaccinology, then in 2011 I had two months training in applied biotechnology from China in which I practiced gene cloning, recombinant technology, and the molecular biology techniques, when I came back home I engaged in a very hectic days of research to control the Newcastle disease virus in our commercial farms and the Sudanese village chickens. now I finished the requirements of master degree in this regard. My research topic was to develop ND Inactivated vaccine and to produce live thermostable (ND) vaccine, to control the disease in Sudanese village chickens. As a result this vaccine was successfully reproduced in an industrial scale and tested in a large clinical trial including two Sudanese states of Sinar and northern kordofan states.Later this vaccine is approved by the local authority to be used as a seasonal vaccine in many states to compact the deadly ND virus. Regarding the inactivated ND vaccine is now ready for demand i.e. the technology for viral inactivated vaccines now is ready and well established in our country. Thanks to the five years of dedicated research and to the technology and the knowledge that I hade obtained from china and Oxford University. Millions of doses are now ready for demand from the live ND thermostable vaccine and millions of the inactivated vaccine can be ready as well.
Virology, Immunology, Vaccinology, Molecular biology and Medical Biotechnology, emerging and reemerging viral diseases with interest in veterinary vaccines development and production.