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Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
China Agricultural University
National Mastitis Council

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Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences-Feed Research Institute
Beijing Innovation Team of Technology System in Dairy Industry

Shixin lamp International Exhibition (Beijing) Co.,Ltd

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Dairy Association of China (DAC)
China Veterinary Drug Association (CVDA)

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National Dairy Industry and Technology System
Dairy Association of China

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The dairy industry, as one of the emerging industries in China, is one of the most dynamic and promising in the field of animal production. In recent years, it has received more and more attention from both the government and industry insiders. Great achievements have occurred. For example, China now has the world’s largest ranches, with the most modern genetics and more than 14 million dairy cows. Furthermore, the consumption of milk in China has reached almost 50 million metric tons, which makes China the third largest dairy consumption country in the world. 

Mastitis is one of the most common diseases, which may cause serious harm to dairy cows, including decreasing milk yield and milk quality. How to prevent/control mastitis is one of the largest issues in the whole dairy industry internationally......(more)



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Dr. Jianzhong Shen, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, is a Chang Jiang (Yangtze River) Scholar Distinguished professor and dean in the College of Veterinary Medicine in China Agriculture University (CAU). He has an excellent progress in key techniques of veterinary drug residues detection, emergence, transmission, risk assessment of antibiotic resistance in bacteria of animal origin and ecological toxicology of veterinary medicine. (more)
Dr. Mario Lopez has a passion for dairying, which eventually led him to pursue a degree in animal science and follow dairy production around the world since then. After finishing his undergraduate studies at La Salle University in Colombia, he moved to New Zealand where he obtained a postgraduate degree in applied science and a PhD in Molecular Biology at Lincoln University. (more)
Sarne De Vliegher graduated as a veterinarian from Ghent University, Belgium, in 1998, after which he started working at Ghent University’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (www.rohh.UGent.be). He defended his PhD thesis on heifer mastitis in 2004, after having worked at the Atlantic Veterinary College of the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada, for several months. (more)
Dr. Xiubo Li, a professor and animal pharmacologist, received her BSc degree in Japanese pharmacology (1992) at Shenyang Pharmaceutical University in China, her MS degree (2002) and PhD degree (2008) in Veterinary Pharmacology at China Agricultural University. She was the director of the National Feed Drug Reference Laboratories, and Chief Scientist of the Innovative Research Team of Feed Quality and Safety Control at Chinese Academy of Agriculture Sciences(CAAS). (more)
​Eric Hillerton is a semi-retired consultant on animal health and milking. He retired from the role of Chief Scientist at DairyNZ where he managed a research team of 100 staff members. He was previously a Principal Scientist at the Institute for Animal Health in the United Kingdom where he led several teams, including contract research for the animal health industry. Eric graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a BSc and PhD. (more)
Dr. Gina Pighetti, grew up on a small dairy farm in central Pennsylvania. She followed her dairy passion by completing a bachelor’s degree in dairy science and a doctorate degree in pathobiology at Pennsylvania State University. In 2001, she joined the faculty of the University of Tennessee Department of Animal Science. Her primary research and outreach efforts seek to develop and refine immune-based strategies to decrease the risk and consequences of mastitis. (more)
Dr. Zhenling Zeng, a professor and Ph.D supervisor in South China Agriculture University. He is the director of National Reference Laboratory of Veterinary Drug Residues(SCAU), National Laboratory of Safety Evaluation (Environmental Assessment) of Veterinary Drug(SCAU), and Key Laboratory of Veterinary Drug Development and Safety Evaluation of Guangdong Province. (more)
Dr.David Kelton, earned his veterinary medicine, master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. He is a Veterinary Epidemiology Professor and the Dairy Farmers of Ontario Dairy Cattle Health Research Chair in the Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. (more)
Ian Ohnstad, Following a practical grounding in herd management, Ian has worked as a Milking Technology Specialist for 26 years, formerly with Agricultural Development and Advisory Service(ADAS) and for the last 12 years as a Director of The Dairy Group. He leads a team of dairy consultants who offer advice on all aspects of milk harvesting and milk quality, working closely with milk producers, milk processors and manufacturers of milk harvesting equipment. (more)
Dr. Lijun Chen, Professor level senior engineer, is the general manager in BEIJING SANYUAN FOODS CO., LTD., and the director of National Maternal and Child Dairy Health Engineering Technology Research Center. His research focuses on proceeding of dairy processing at home and abroad, involving dairy science, new dairy processing technology, dairy security, dairy nutrition and quality control. (more)
Dr. Sofie Piepers, graduated as a veterinarian from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Ghent University in Belgium in 2005. She immediately started working at the Department of Reproduction, Obstetrics and Herd Health as a PhD student. In 2010, Sofie Piepers successfully defended her PhD thesis titled, “Intramammary infections and innate immunity in dairy heifers in early lactation.” (more)
Dr. Jeffrey Bewley, is from Rineyville, Kentucky where he grew up working on his grandfather’s (Hilary Skees) dairy farm. He received a B.S. in Animal Sciences from the University of Kentucky in 1998. In 2000, he completed his M.S. in Dairy Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the direction of Dr. Roger Palmer. His PhD work under Dr. Mike Schutz at Purdue University focused on the application and economics of Precision Dairy Farming technologies.
William Smits, Director of Farm Management Services, DeLaval Asia Pacific Born in the Netherlands and with a bachelor degree in animal husbandry, after graduation and working in the family farm William Smits worked as project manager in the Middle East on farms of 2,000 to 4,000 cows. This was in the period 1987 – 1997, in a time when farms of this size were still a novelty. (more)
Scott McDougall is a veterinarian with postgraduate training in production medicine and with a PhD from Massey University, New Zealand. He is a registered specialist in bovine reproduction and holds an adjunct Associate Professorship in the Institute of Veterinary, Animal and Biomedical Sciences at Massey University. Scott currently leads a research group at Cognosco, AnexaFVC which undertakes applied research and extension work in reproduction, mastitis and antibiotic usage. Scott is also involved in undergraduate and post-graduate teaching in New Zealand and internationally as well as policy work for the dairy industry. Scott has co-authored over 100 peer reviewed papers and is a sought after international speaker.
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