Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
China Agricultural University
American Mastitis Association (NMC)
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Feed Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Beijing Innovation Team of Dairy Industry Technology System
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The "International Conference on Cow Diseases", co-sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the Chinese Agricultural University, the American Mastitis Association (NMC), and Worthin-Lump International Exhibition (Beijing) Co., Ltd., was held once every two years, and has been successfully held twice. The second International Dairy Cow Disease Conference in 2019 was more leading than the first conference, and it was supported and sponsored by Lilavar, Bringer Ingelheim, MSD Animal Health Products, China Animal Husbandry, Sanyuan Food, Tiankang Biology, and Jinyu Biology. In three days, more than 30 scholars and experts from all over the world in the field of cow disease gathered with more than 700 participants from all over the country to have a rich and profound exchange and discussion around the theme of this conference, "Grasp the new pulse of dairy development and promote the new concept of cow breeding"......(more)

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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). She was an expert of the Commission of Veterinary Drug Evaluation, MOA, a member of the Commission of Chinese Veterinary Pharmacopoeia (CCVP) and the Committee of Experts on National Veterinary Drug Residue. She is also working for cow disease prevention and medication safety as an expert in Beijing Dairy Industry Innovation Team. For 25 years, she has received more than 30 research grants including Special Fund for Agro-scientific Research in the Public Interest, National Key Technology R&D Program, developed 9 veterinar
MARIO GERMAN LOPEZ BENAVIDES:Dr Lopez has an animal research background, with a PhD in Molecular Biology. He has worked in thedairy industry for more than 15 years, starting the mastitis career in New Zealand while finishing his PhD and working as a Scientist in DairyNZ for 4 years. For the past ten years he has worked for the Research & Development department of DeLaval, in the development of commercial chemical products used in dairy operations, including teat disinfectants, cleaners and hoof disinfectants. He has been actively involved with the NMC over the last 10 years, participating in the Research and Teat Health Committee, as well as sitting in the Board of Directors of NMC. He is the current President of NMC (2017). His personal motivation is “Through my daily work I aim to create trust in the consumption of milk. My part in building that trust is by actively and continuously developing and promoting humane science-based practices and technologies in the dairy industry aro
Dr. Wenxue Wu is a professor and supervisor of doctoral students, director of Rapid Diagnosis Technology Laboratory of Animal Diseases in China Agriculture University and expert on biosecurity and integrated control of diseases in dairy farms of National Dairy Industry Technology System in China. He is a committee member of the Commission of Chinese Veterinary Pharmacopoeia, the Commission of Veterinary Drug Evaluation of MOA in China, also a member of National Mastitis Council of America. He has been a vice dean of College of Veterinary Medicine, and nominated as “New Century Excellent Talent” by the Ministry of Education. His main research field is the immune and diagnosis of infectious animal diseases, has received more than 40 research grants and published over 60 papers.
Dr. Marcos Muñoz is a veterinarian of the Universidad de Concepción, Chile, and Diploma in Dairy Production of the same University. Dr. Muñoz earned his Ph.D. in Animal Science at Cornell University, USA, where he did his research and dissertation at the Quality Milk Production Services (QMPS) and the College of Veterinary Medicine in new approaches for the study and control of intramammary infections in dairy herds. In 2017, he joined the Boards of Directors of the National Mastitis Council (NMC). He is also member of the Private Sector Scientist group for the United Nations International Agri-Food Network. In Latin America, Dr. Muñoz collaborates in mastitis research with different countries and was first president of the Latin American Mastitis Research Network (RELIM). In Chile, Marcos Muñoz is an Associate Professor of the College of Veterinary Sciences of Universidad de Concepción and participates as udder health expert at the Animal Health National Committee of the Chilean Dairy
Sarne De Vliegher graduated as a veterinarian from Ghent University, Belgium in 1998 after which he started working at this University’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine ( 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 some months. In that same year he finished an MSc in Veterinary Epidemiology and Animal Health Economics at Utrecht University, The Netherlands, and obtained a degree as a judicial expert from Ghent University. In 2006 he became a Diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Public Health ( In the meantime, he worked in the University cattle practice for seven years. Since 2005, Sarne De Vliegher is teaching veterinary legislation, deontology and practice management at Ghent University, has been the manager of the ambulatory clinic for 10 years, and currently has 8 PhD-students and 2 post-docs in his team working in the a
Lu Yongqiang Deputy Chief of Beijing General Animal Husbandry Station, He has presided over or participated in more than 30 provincial and ministerial science and technology projects, won 1 second prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award, 16 provincial and ministerial science and technology awards, formulated and revised 12 industrial or local standards, obtained 10 intellectual property rights such as invention patents, software copyrights, and published 15 treatises, technical series, and more than 60 professional papers. He has won such honorary titles as Advanced Science Popularization Worker of Beijing, exemplary individual of the Communist Youth League Central Service for Rural Youth Income Increase Achievement Award, Capital Labor Medal, exemplary individual of Beijing Rural Work, National May Day Labor Medal, etc., and enjoys special government subsidies of the State Council. Now he is the chief expert of the Beijing Innovation Team of the livestock industry
Peter qualified from Trinity College Dublin in 1980. After five years in practice in Ireland he joined Almarai working with large dairy herds in Saudi Arabia and China. He then moved to a specialist dairy practice in the Southwest of England. Peter spent 35 years in large animal practice before forming UdderWise, a veterinary consultancy. He works with farmers, vets, pharmaceutical and dairy processing businesses around the world. Peter is not an academic or a researcher. He is a popular trainer, known for his practical approaches to problem solving. He has written two books; ‘How to Control Somatic Cell Counts’ and ‘How to Control Clinical Mastitis’ and is co-author of ‘Mastitis Control in Dairy Herds’. Peter is passionate about transferring skills to small scale dairy farmers in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe and visits Africa two or three times each year.
Cao Zhijun, the leading professor of China Agricultural University, doctoral supervisor, and executive vice president of the undergraduate college. He is mainly engaged in the research of cow nutrition and milk quality, including the joint cultivation of South Dakota State University and the University of Wisconsin at Madison from June to October 2006, and the visiting professor of Cornell University from March 2010 to May 2011.
Professor of Clinical Veterinary Medicine and doctoral supervisor, Jilin University. President of Animal Diagnosis and Treatment Branch of China Veterinary Association, Vice President of National Dairy Cow Disease Prevention and Control Technology Innovation Alliance. He is the chief editor of Animal General Diseases, Differential Diagnosis of Veterinary Clinical Symptoms, and Gastrointestinal atonia in Herbivores. His main research interests include animal gastrointestinal diseases and breast diseases.
Dr. Chong Ma graduated in 2006 from China Agricultural University(CAU) with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. He first worked for Sunlon Co., as technical manager in Sino-Israel Demo farm. He then set up a laboratory for dairy cattle diseases, as the director of the lab to 2017. Before he joined to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, CAU, he was the chief veterinarian in Sunlon Co., in charge of herd health for more than 30 dairy farms, about 80,000 animals. Currently, he is leading a group and working in dairy cattle diseases in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, CAU.
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