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Scientific Referees

Mrs Fang WANG

Mrs Fang WANG

Session : Pathology & hygiene

Mrs Fang WANG is professor in Preventive Veterinary Medicine, and Director of herbivore animal disease prevention and control laboratory, Institute of Veterinary Medicine, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences (China). She belongs to the Expert Group of Experimental Animals Management Council of Jiangsu, and to the Expert Group of advisory committee on animal epidemic prevention of Jiangsu. She got a her PhD in Preventive Veterinary Medicine at Yangzhou University.

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M. Jose S. VICENTE

M. Jose S. VICENTE

Session : Reproduction

M. Jose S. VICENTE is professor of Animal Reproduction at the Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain). He is in charge of the development of researches in production and cryopreservation of gametes and embryos for dissemination and conservation of animal genetic resources. Current research includes both the study of physiological responses and consequences on offspring derived from the application of reproductive biotechnology and, the development of more efficient technologies for the conservation and dissemination of rabbit genetic resources.

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Mrs Angela TROCINO

Mrs Angela TROCINO

Session : Welfare & ethology

Mrs Angela TROCINO is associate Professor at the Department of Comparative Biomedicine and Food Science, University of Padova (Italy). Her research activity mainly deals with rabbit science: harmonization of rabbit feed evaluation; energy and protein metabolism, nutrition and relationships with health status in growing rabbits and reproducing does. During the last 10 years, she conducts researches mainly to the development of alternative housing systems for growing rabbits and reproducing does, in view of animal welfare and behavior, growth performance and product quality.

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M. Massimiliano PETRACCI

M. Massimiliano PETRACCI

Session : Product quality

M. Massimiliano PETRACCI is Full Professor of Aquaculture, Poultry and Rabbit Science, at the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, in Bologna University (Italy). He is also Full Professor at the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, University of Bologna, and he is the coordinator of the PhD Programme of Agricultural, Environmental and Food Science and Technology. He is author of 75 peer-reviewed articles dealing with several aspects of poultry and rabbit production and product quality.

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M. Saidu OSENI

M. Saidu OSENI

Session : Miscellanous

M. Saidu OSENI is Professor in the Department of Animal Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, Obafemi Awolowo University "OAU" (Ile-Ife, Nigeria). He holds a PhD (University of Georgia, Athens, USA) in Livestock Genetics, Breeding and Biostatistics. He is the Director, University Research Office (OAU) and is the Secretary for Developing Countries in the WRSA office and has been the President of the sub-Saharan African Branch of the WRSA

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Mrs Nuria NICODEMUS

Mrs Nuria NICODEMUS

Session : Nutrition

Mrs Nuria NICODEMUS holds a PhD in Animal Production from Technical University of Madrid (UPM). She is Lecturer in Animal Science since 1999 at the School of Agricultural, Food and Biosystems Engineering (UPM). Her research activity is focused on different aspects of rabbit nutrition (feed evaluation, nutritional requirements, intestinal health, nutrient retention efficiency and body reserves management).

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M. Milan MAROUNEK

M. Milan MAROUNEK

Session : Biology and physiology

M. Milan MAROUNEK is professor of physiology and animal nutrition at the University of Life Sciences in Prague (Czech republic). His research line was mainly focused on microbial metabolism in the gut and on Quality and safety of animal products.

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M. Luiz Carlos MACHADO

M. Luiz Carlos MACHADO

Session : Farming systems and economy

M. Luiz Carlos MACHADO is professor in Federal Institute of Minas Gerais (Brazil). He works with research and extension in rabbit sciences. He is the secretary/treasurer of American Branch of WRSA. Since 2010, he participates in the board of directors of Brazilian Association of Rabbit Science where he developped some strategies to strengthen the brasilian rabbit breeding.

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