Dr. Yasser Mahmmod is enthusiastic and results-oriented veterinary researcher with a passion for Dairy Production Medicine. He has been working on food animals Infectious Diseases mainly topics related to Dairy Cattle Health and Production, particularly udder health, mastitis control, milk microbiology, and animal diagnostic medicine. He graduated in 2003 as a Veterinarian from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University (Egypt). In 2008, he gained his Master of Science in Infectious Diseases from Zagazig University on Bovine Piroplasmosis. In 2009, he got 6 months’ scholarship to China working on Bovine Fascioliasis. In 2013, he got his PhD from University of Copenhagen (Denmark) on application of PCR diagnostics for udder health and intramammary infections. In 2014, he was appointed as Lecturer of Infectious Diseases at faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagazig University. In 2015, he completed 6 months’ postdoc at University of Minnesota (USA) working on bovine mastitis and lameness in organic dairy farms. Since 2016, he is a postdoctoral research fellow at University of Copenhagen working on Stop-Mast project for control of contagious mastitis pathogens in dairy farms. For more than 10 years, he is teaching the theoretical and practical courses in the field of infectious diseases of domestic and wild animals and veterinary epidemiology. He served as a reviewer and an Editorial Board member for several top peer review journals in the field such as Journal of Dairy Science. He published many scientific papers in animal health, animal production and preventive veterinary medicine in many scientific journals assigned high impact factors. He got many awards and scholarships from University of Copenhagen and prestigious postdoctoral merit IDB program. He attended many scientific conferences and meetings worldwide and he build a strong networking with experts and specialists in the dairy medicine. He is looking forward to have a scientific collaboration with researchers across the world in the field.
Udder health, milk quality and control of intramammary infections; Dairy production medicine and Dairy Microbiology; application of epidemiological methodologies in animal health sector such as risk factor studies, diagnostic test evaluation, logistic and linear mixed models analysis; Conventional and advanced diagnostic technologies and their application for improving animal health; Preventive Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary clinical practice; Data management in livestock systems