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Dr. Krishna Mohan Kumar Lecturer - Veterinary Physiology Basic Veterinary Sciences Improvement in fertility , regulation of reproductive axis and ovarian activity in domestic animals , Developing feeding strategies assessing the nutrient requirement for ruminant to improve productive performance Contact U.W.I
Dr. Nagarajan Lakshmanan Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesiology School of Veterinary Medicine Reconstructive surgery , Anaesthetic management of critically ill animals , Nerve blocks in small animals Contact U.W.I
Dr. Subburamanujam Ayyappan Lecturer Clinical Veterinary Sciences Minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery in small animals Contact U.W.I
Dr. Michael Jerome Morris Lecturer - Theriogenology School of Veterinary Medicine Endocrinology , Agricultural Economics , Food Science Contact U.W.I
Dr. Adrian Michael Lennon Lecturer - Biochemistry Life Sciences Respiratory Complexes , Regulation of Flavonoid Biosynthesis in Anthurium , Molecular Basis of Resistance to Witches Broom Disease in Cacao Contact U.W.I
Mr. Lauren Marsh Research Fellow Consortium for Social Development and Research Contact U.W.I
Dr. Nordia Diana Marie Thomas Lecturer FST - Mathematics Market Microstructure , Fintech , Financial Taxation , Financial Regulation Contact U.W.I
Dr. Laura Tardieu Lecturer Food Production Agriculture , Wildlife as Livestock , Animal Reproduction , Animal Production , Animal Behaviour , Animal Science Contact U.W.I
Ms. Selena Lewis Research Assistant FMS - TMRI -Epidem Res Unit Maternal and Child Heath , Reproductive Heath Contact U.W.I
Prof. Gary Garcia Professor - Livestock Science Food Production Production of Cattle , Forages , Wildlife Management Contact U.W.I