Animal Health 2018 Conference welcomes participants from all over the world to attend the prestigious International Conference on Animal Health and Veterinary Medicine scheduled in Osaka, Japan. The conference provides the global coliseum to international scholars and researchers to voice their research findings to the world. With representatives from all the major countries in attendance the atmosphere is exciting with open and friendly interaction between attendees. This is a conference, providing an opportunity for the industry to learn about current and upcoming issues, explore new developments in and interact with others with similar interests. This conference brings together a unique and international mix of experts like academicians, scientists, and business professionals, general public to share information and ideas about the animal health and veterinary medicine.
Session 1: Animal Health and Production:
Animal Health is one the major interface between people, animals and the surrounding environment. They play the main role in Food, garments, transportation and research. While the industry satisfy is important needs in today's society, we ought not to ignore that the production of food of animal origin has been historically and remains one of the fundamental pillars on which is based the Food. A Noteworthy financial significance of farming in our society, not to mention the environmental role of some species like honey bees. It is important for pets, zoo animals and farm animals to stay healthy. The health of animals portrays a solid and rich society. Healthy animals contribute to the elimination of hunger and lack of nutrition which forms healthy society and sustainable food production.
Session 2: Animal Nutrient Management:
Animal nutrition management focuses on research and development of dietary needs domesticated animals such as cattle, pigs, poultry, reindeer, fish, horses and dogs. It plays a major role in agribusiness, veterinary and food production, yet additionally in zoos, aquariums and wildlife management. There are seven major classes of nutrients like carbohydrates, fats, fibre, minerals, proteins, vitamins and water. Other nutrients like macro mineral, antioxidant, phytochemicals, ash and intestinal bacterial flora which helps to improve immune system, maximum growth in animals.
Session 3: Animal Oncology:
Veterinary oncology is a subspecialty of veterinary medicine that deals with cancer diagnoses and treatment in animals. Veterinary Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in companion animals, it is particularly common in animals that live 10 years or longer.
Session 4: Animal Epidemiology:
Animal epidemiology deals with the disease caused by an agent which carries and transmits infectious pathogen into another living organism. Most agents regarded as vectors are organisms, such as intermediate parasites and microbes, but it can also be caused by an inanimate medium of infection such as dust particles. It focuses on the prevention and control of diseases at the interface of livestock, wildlife and humans in environment.
Session 5: Animal Biotechnology:
Animal Biotechnology plays an important role in human and animal health and development. Biotechnology is use of science and engineering to manipulate living systems and organisms to develop or make products, or any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use. It is used improve their suitability for pharmaceutical, agricultural or industrial application and selective breeding to produce desirable offspring.
Session 6: Animal Behaviour:
Animal Behaviour is a field of science that examines the interactions between behaviour and biology. It helps to understand evolutionary history, genetics, human psychology and current environmental conditions drive behaviour, and feedback from behavioural decisions in turn drives evolutionary processes. Many scientists study animal behaviour because it sheds light on human beings.
Session 7: Veterinary Internal Medicine:
Veterinary Internal Medicine deals with the diseases of the internal organs and skin disorders of animals. In this session we will discuss the latest developments in the fields including, epidemiology, oncology, cardiology, neurology, nutrition, theriogenology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, pharmacology, hematology, immunology, hepatology, infectious diseases, nephrology, urology and respiratory diseases.
Session 8: Veterinary Dentistry:
Veterinary dentistry is a field which research and develop to look after Animals. It is the workmanship and investigation of aversion, finding, diagnosis and treatment of conditions, infections, and disorders of the oral cavity identified with animals. Some dental diseases might be the result of a systemic issue and some may bring about fundamental complexities.
Session 9: Veterinary Vaccines:
Veterinary vaccines have had, and keep on having, a major part in protecting animal health and public health from viral and pathogenic disease, reducing animal suffering and reducing the need for antibiotics. The major objectives of veterinary vaccines are to enhance the health and welfare of our companion animals. To increase production of livestock in a cost-effective manner and prevent animal-to-human transmission from both residential animals and untamed animals.
Session 10: Veterinary Disease:
"Animal disease" means a disease to which animals are liable and whereby the normal functions of any organ or the body of an animal is impaired or disturbed by any protozoon, bacterium, virus, fungus, parasite, other organism or agent. Diseases of animals remain a concern principally because of the economic losses they cause and the possible transmission of the causative agents to humans. Example, disease (an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning), zoonotic disease (an animal disease that can be transmitted to humans), rhinotracheitis (a respiratory infection of the nose and throat in cattle). The prevention, control, and eradication of diseases of economically important animals are agricultural concerns. Further, the diseases of animals are of increasing importance, for a primary public-health problem throughout the world is animal-protein deficiency in the diet of humans.
Session 11: Technology in Veterinary Medicine:
Technology in veterinary medicine is used in the field of diagnostic and therapeutic purposes which helps the veterinarians to better understand and improve the health condition of their animal patients. Recent trends in veterinary technology have moved towards the integration of hand-held gadgets and consumer based innovation to screen and comprehend their pets in a better way
Session 12: Animal Breeding and Genetics:
Animal breeding and Genetics is selective breeding of domestic animals with the intention to improve desirable qualities in the next generation. It utilizes the natural variations in traits that exist among the population, while producing animals that have leaner meat and good nutrition. Animal geneticists have identified elements within genes that can enhance the health and productivity of animals.
The global animal health market is expected to reach USD 58.4 billion by 2025, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. The market is driven by technological advancements in veterinary care, which are anticipated to serve future growth opportunities to the market. For instance, MediLabSecure, a laboratory network project, was initiated with an aim of identifying emerging viruses and pathogens in 19 countries in the Mediterranean regions. In addition, emergence of veterinary health information systems, specifically in the developed economies, is expected to provide high growth potential in future.
Animal Health in Europe:
The European Veterinary Healthcare Market was worth $8.37 billion in 2016 and estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 6.4%, to reach $11.41 billion by 2021. Veterinary healthcare market covers both wild and pet animals and the market associated with diagnosis, treatment and prevention of their ailments. Increasing awareness of livestock health and pet animals’ numbers are the key factors influencing this market.
Animal Health in America:
The market, estimated at USD 4837.89 million in 2016, is set to reach USD 6104.13 million by 2021, with a CAGR of 5.22% over the forecast period. Increasing focus on food safety and animal health will drive the market for medicinal feed additives to grow at a healthy CAGR of 6.38 %.
Technavio’s market research analyst predicts the global animal health market to grow at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period. The increased consumption of meat and milk owing to urbanization and changing lifestyles is driving the market growth. Moreover, the increasing pet adoption in this region has also fuelled the demand for animal healthcare products.
Animal Health in Middle East:
The Middle-East & Africa Veterinary Healthcare Market is valued at $2.7 billion market as of 2016 and is estimated to be a $3.75 billion market by 2021 with a tremendous CAGR of 6.8% in the review period. Veterinary medicines help in diagnosing, treating and preventing diseases in animals. Veterinary medicine covers a wide range of animal species which includes both domestic and wild. With the increased production of livestock animals, there is a significant growth in the animal healthcare market. Stable economy and rising population, especially in the developing countries has resulted in increased demand for protein rich foods.
Animal Health in Asia Pacific:
The Asia Pacific Companion Animal Health Care Market was worth USD 2.04 Billion in 2016 and estimated to reach USD 2.76 Billion by the end of 2021 with a growing potential of 6.30 %. The companies are focusing more on the research for the development of new drugs and vaccines for the exciting and newly diagnosed diseases. Asia Pacific Companion Animal Health Care Market has seen some of the important mergers and acquisitions to attain expertise in developing new active pharmaceutical ingredients /drugs.
Animal Health in Japan:
In Japan, the Veterinary healthcare market is estimated to increase at a CAGR of 8.97% to reach $2.52 billion by 2019
Better standards of living have resulted in an increase in pet ownership and livestock product consumption across the Asia Pacific region. With more pet owners willing to pay for veterinary care, the demand for supplements and other treatment options for companion animals is on the rise. Increasing consumer concern for where and how their food is produced is leading to a tougher scrutiny of feeding and rearing practices of farm animals. All the same, increased competition for cultivated land and scarcity of arable land could affect the animal healthcare market in terms of demand from livestock production.
This report provides an exhaustive coverage of the market with multi-level segmentation focusing on animal species (farm animals and companion animals), type of healthcare products (vaccines, paraciticide, anti-infective, medicinal feed additives and other pharmaceuticals) and by geography Demand for Veterinary healthcare products and services in Japan is currently the largest of all countries in Asia-Pacific. However, Japan is slated to lose its leader status due heavy regulation requiring rigorous testing - much of it unnecessary.
The market for Veterinary pharmaceuticals and biological products in Asia-Pacific has seen scant growth for many years, generally around 1.5%, while global growth has generally been in the 3-4% range.
Best Veterinary Medicine Colleges:
· University of California, Davis, USA
· Cornell University, USA
· Royal Veterinary College, University of London, UK
· University of Cambridge, UK
· University of Liverpool, UK
· University of Guelph, Canada
· University of Pennsylvania, USA
· University of Edinburgh, UK
· Utrecht University, Netherlands
· Texas A&M University, US.
Best Global Animal Health Companies:
· Merck Animal Health
· Eli Lilly’s Elanco
· Sanofi’s Merial
· Bayer Animal Health
· Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica
· IDEXX Laboratories
· Ceva Santé Animale
· Virbac S.A.
· Vetoquinol S.A.