3rd International Conference on Veterinary and Animal Sciences (Animalife 2019) will be held in Kula Lumpur, Malaysia during October 14-15, 2019. It is one of the leading International Conferences for presenting on theme Novel and Fundamental Advances in the fields of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in improving Animal Science related techniques.
Our Past Conferences were held successfully with kind support from Nobel Laureates, Eminent Professors, Government Organizations, Associations and participants of more than 25 countries. Animalife 2019 will be the best platform to celebrate with concurrent events Agripace 2019 and Aqualife 2019.
We cordially invite you to participate in Animalife 2019!
|1st Round of Abstract Submission : 30-04-2019|
|Early Bird Registration Deadline : 01-05-2019|
Dr. Modadugu Vijay Gupta
Indian Biologist and Fisheries Scientist
World Food Prize Laureate(2005)
Dr. Benny Dembitzer
Managing Director, Grassrootsafrica
Member of the Group Awarded
the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate(1986), United Kingdom
Senior Technical Advisor
Centre for Global Health Security
Robyn Alders is a Senior Technical Advisor with the Centre for Global Health Security within Chatham House and a Director of the Kyeema Foundation. For over 25 years, she has worked closely with family farmers in sub-Saharan Africa, SE Asia and Australia and as a veterinarian, researcher and colleague, with an emphasis on the development of sustainable infectious disease control in animals in rural areas in support of food and nutrition security.
Robyn's current research and development interests include domestic and global food and nutrition security/systems, One Health/Ecohealth/Planetary Health, gender equity and Science Communication.
Tropical Feed Resources Research and Development Center, Thailand
Metha Wanapat is the Director of the Tropical Feed Resources Research and Development Center TROFREC, Faculty of Agriculture, Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand. Professor Wanapat has been devoted himself to research, education and innovation generation concerning feed development for ruminants and has been awarded the highest Professorship, the PC 11 in the field of animal nutrition particularly in ruminant nutrition and metabolism, the first one of its kind ever awarded in Thailand. He is the pioneer in ruminants metabolism, nutrition and feeding systems in Thailand particularly on the uses of local feed resoureces and feeding systems based on agricultural crop-residues, by-products and other alternative feed resources cassava hay, urea-treated rice straw,high-quality feed block,food-feed system etc especially for the livestock rural poor farmers and their well-beings.
John C. Moreki
Deputy Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Agricultural Development and Food Security, Botswana
Dr John C Moreki hails from Molepolole and is married with three children. He holds PhD in Animal Science, specialising in monogastric nutrition from University of the Free State in South Africa. He is currently working in the Ministry of Agricultural Development and Food Security (MoA) as the Deputy Permanent Secretary-Technical Services. Dr Moreki started working at MoA in 1985 until 2010 when he joined Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (BUAN) and later re-joined MoA in October 2016 on appointment as Deputy Permanent Secretary (Technical Services). Prior to joining the MoA Youth Expo Ministry he was a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Animal Science and Production at Botswana University Agriculture and Natural Resources (BUAN). Dr Moreki sits in NFRTC Board and Editorial Boards of various journals.
JS Davies Research Chair
University of Adelaide
Professor John Williams obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of London with honours in physics and biology, and his PhD in Biochemistry from the National Institute for Medical Research, London. He moved to Edinburgh in Scotland to start his work on genetics, first with the University of Edinburgh on drosophila before moving into the field of agriculture at the Roslin Institute, where he was Head of the Bovine Genomics Section, and Coordinator of the Institute Complex Traits Program. Prof Williams moved to the Parco Tecnologico Padano in Italy in 2005 where he was the Science Director overseeing research on livestock and crop species. He was recently appointed JS Davies Research Chair in the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences at the University of Adelaide. Prof Williams research has focused on the genetic improvement of animals and he has published more than 170 scientific papers in international reviewed journals and authored 22 book chapters.