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Confirmed Speakers

1. ANIMAL HEALTH

  • RodrigoCBicalhoDr. Rodrigo Carvalho Bicalho
    Cornell University
  • Galvao Klibs Foto2Dr. Klibs Galvâo
    Florida University

    Dr. Galvao Klibs

    Dr. Galvão completed a Residency in Dairy Production Medicine and a Masters in Preventive Veterinary Medicine at UC-Davis, then completed a PhD in Reproductive Physiology with a minor in Immunology at Cornell University, then he worked at The Ohio State University as a Clinical Assistant Professor, before taking a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Food Animal Reproduction and Medicine at University of Florida. He is now an Associate Professor at University of Florida. His workload is divided into research, clinical service, and teaching related to dairy cow reproduction. His research is focused on uterine immunology and microbiology, development of therapeutics for prevention and treatment of uterine disease, and development of herd simulation models to estimate profitability of different reproductive and treatment protocols used in dairy farms.

2. INTERNAL MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY

  • nofotoDr. Beat Berchtold
  • nofotoDr. Lies Beekhuis
  • Camuset Philippe FotoDr. Philippe Camuset 
    European College of Bovine Health Management

    Philippe Camuset

    Vet practitioner in Normandy (North West of France) since 1984, I’m now 59 years old. My activity is equally divided between pets and bovine herds, just a little equine and ovine. My practice gathers thirteen vets and fifteen assistants on two locations.

    I am particularly interested by and invested in bovine parasitology ; since 1987, I integrated the Parasitology specialists group of SNGTV (National Society of Technic Veterinary Groups) whose I’ve been the president between 2009 and 2018.
    SNGTV is the technical authority who represents French practitioners working in animal productions. It has two thousands members and I have been its treasurer for six years and its annual congress scientific president for eight years.

    I am also member of the European College of Bovine Health Management (ECBHM) since 2005 by de facto recognition. That means I didn’t need to pass an exam but I was accepted thanks to my publications, my bovine parasitology expertise and my experience as vet practitioner.

    In my practice, since 2008, I’m following up each year around 40 to 50 bovine herds for sustainable management of parasitism, taking into account the environmental impact of anthelmintics and applying the principle “as low as reasonably achievable”. I forward my experience to my French colleagues for one day sessions managed by SNGTV.

  • SimonFPeekDr. Simon Peek
    Wisconsin University

  • Geof SmithDr. Geof Smith
    North Carolina State University

3. IMMUNOLOGY AND VACCINOLOGY

  • SordilloDr. Lorraine M. Sordillo
    Michigan State University
  • LindertBenedictusDr. Lindert Benedictus
    Utrecht University

4. REPRODUCTION IN BEEF CATTLE

  • tomGerayDr. Tom Geary
    USDA-ARS. Fort Keogh Livestock & Range Research Laboratory
  • GarciaGuerraDr. Álvaro García Guerra
    The Ohio State University

5. BUFFALOES AND CAMELIDS

  • nofotoDr. Antonio Natale
  • Foto74833Ms. Carola Fischer-Tenhagen
    Clinic of animal reproduction, FU Berlin
  • JuanPabloGutierrezDr. Juan Pablo Gutierrez
    Madrid University
  • BaruselliPietroDr. Pietro Baruselli
    University of São Paulo

6. SMALL RUMINANTS

  • nofotoDr. Katja Voigt
    Clinic for ruminants. Munich University
  • Fiona M LovattDr. Fiona Lovatt
    Nottingham University
  • Delia LacastaDelia Lacasta
    Zaragoza University

7. REPRODUCTION IN DAIRY CATTLE

  • nofotoDr. José Eduardo Santos
    Florida University
  • nofotoDr. Milo Wiltbank
    Wisconsin University
  • Aurora VillaroelDra. Aurora Villarroel
    Athyr Vet, LLC

8. UDDER HEALTH AND MASTITIS

  • OhnstadIanIan Ohnstad
    The Dairy Group (UK)
  • ErskineDr. Ronald Erskine
    Michigan University

9. HERD HEALTH MANAGEMENT, SMART FARMING AND ECONOMICS

  • nofotoDr. Ricardo Chebel
    Florida University
  • Courtney HallbackCourtney Halbach
    Wisconsin University

10. LAMENESS

  • GeorgiosOikonomouDr. Georgios Oikonomou
    Liverpool University
  • RodrigoCBicalhoDr. Rodrigo Bicalho
    Cornell University

11. GENETICS AND BREEDING

  • FranciscoPenagaricanoFrancisco Peñagaricano
    Florida University
  • devries sharp2 Dr. Albert de Vries
    Florida University

12. TEACHING AND CONTINUING EDUCATION

  • CarlosRiscoDr. Carlos Risco
    Oklahoma University
  • AbueloAngelDr. Ángel Abuelo
    Michigan University

13. NUTRITION AND METABOLIC DISEASES

  • nofotoDr. Adlai Schuler
    Marshall Ridge Farms (Iowa)
  • Fernando DíazDr. Fernando Díaz Royón
    Dairy Knowledge Center

14. INFECTIOUS DISEASES

  • nofotoDr. Joseba Garrido
    NEIKER- Bizkaia Science and Technology Park
  • MARÍA GUELBENZUDr. María Guelbenzu
    Animal Health Ireland

15. CATTLE WELFARE

  • Trevor De VriesDr. Trevor de Vries
    Guelph University
  • XAVIER MANTECADr. Xavier Manteca
    Barcelona University

16. FEEDLOT

  • RYAN LAWDr. Ryan Law

  • CALVIN BOOKERDr. Calvin Booker
    Feedlot Health Management Services, Ltd. Canada

17. DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

  • CollotonJillDr. Jill Colloton
    Bovine Services – Wisconsin
  • GnemmiGiovanniDr. Giovanni Gnemmi
    BOVINEVET – Italy

  • Sebastien BuczinskiDr. Sebastien Buczinski
    Montreal University

18. SUSTAINABLE CATTLE PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS

  • CAPPER JUDE FOTO2Dr. Jude Capper
    Livestock Sustainability Consultancy, Harwell, Oxfordshire

    Jude Capper, PhD ARAgS

    Jude L. Capper is an independent Livestock Sustainability Consultant based in Oxfordshire. Jude's research focuses on modeling the sustainability of livestock production systems, specifically dairy and beef. She is also working on projects relating to medicines use on UK beef farms and the impacts of livestock health and welfare on system sustainability. Jude’s professional goal is to communicate factors affecting livestock industry sustainability to enhance the knowledge and understanding of food production stakeholders. She has an active social media presence and spends a considerable amount of time de-bunking some of the more commonly-heard myths relating to livestock production. To this end, she was awarded the Women in Dairy “Dairy Industry Woman of the Year 2017” and the Farmers Guardian “Farming Hero of the Year 2018” awards, and Associate Membership of the Royal Agricultural Society was conferred upon her in 2018.

  • Frank MitloehnerDr. Frank M. Mitloehner
    Davis University

19. SURGERY

  • NicholsSylvainSylvain Nichols
    Montreal University

  • nofotoAndré Desrochers
    Montreal University

20. BIOTECHNOLOGY

  • GabrielBOGabriel Bo
    IRAC, Argentina

  • BaruselliPietroDr. Pietro Baruselli
    University of São Paulo

21. PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS

  • nofotoMichael D. Apley
    Kansas State University

22. EPIDEMIOLOGY

  • Ynte SchukkenDr. Ynte Schukken
    Waggeningen University
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  • nofotoRuth Zadoks
    Sydney University
  • ALFONSO LAGOAlfonso Lago
    Dairy Experts Canadá

23. PUBLIC HEALTH, FOOD SAFETY AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE

  • Edward R AtwillDr. Rob Atwill
    Davis University

  • nofotoJonathan Rushton
    Liverpool University

24. PARASITISM

  • nofotoDr. Luís Miguel Ortega
    Madrid University
  • nofotoDr. Mohamed Aziz Darghouth
    National School of Veterinary Medicine of Sidi – Tunisia
  • PETER CLAUSENDr. Peter H. Clausen
    Berlin University

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