Dr Levy started his specialisation by an intership in dog and cat internal medicine and surgery in Alfort Vetschool in 2003. Then, he did his residency in reproduction and in parallel be involved as a clinician in urology-nephrology in the medicine department of Alfort vetschool until 2007. In 2006, he became the head of CERCA (Center of Research and Clinics in Small Animal Reproduction, ENVA). In 2007, he became ECAR diplomate. He was in the Board of the European Board of Small Animal Reproduction (EVSSAR) from 2010 to 2016 Dr Levy is President of the French Veterinary Society of Small Animal Reproduction, Breeding and Genetics since 2012 (GERES, AFVAC). He is also member of the Reproduction Council of the French Kennel Club since 2012. Since 2004, Dr Levy is involved in a endangered carnivores non-profit organization. He contributed actively to develop the first technique of non-invasive intra uterine insemination for wild fields: cheetah, leopard, tigers and lions. Since 2011, he is heading the CRESAM scientific committee with Dr A. Font Boone. Dr Levy is deeply involved in clinical researches as schedule C-section, prostatitis diagnosis, BPH diagnosis markers (ODELIS CPSE® test), paediatric surgery, female infertility, and artificial insemination in dogs and cats. In 2008, he co-developed a private centre dedicate to reproduction and paediatrics in dogs and cats, as a Canine Semen Bank in South-West of France (CRECS, 58 BD Plumadore’s, 32600 Isle Jourdan, email@example.com). He is still very involved in vetenarian education through a website (www.vetreproduction.com), teaching in European veterinarian schools, and regular lectures/workshops in France, Europe and overseas.
His Research Interests include:Pediatric in dogs and cats, Artificial, insemination in dogs and cats, Infertility, soundness in dogs and cats, Urinary and Genital diseases in dogs and cats