International Meeting on

Veterinary & Animal Science

Dubai | UAE   August 06 - 07, 2018

Call for Abstract

Veterinary medicine deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders and injuries in animals. Veterinary medicine has wide scope, covering all animal species both domesticated and wild. It is widely practiced with and without professional supervision. Professional care is often led by a veterinary physician and by Para veterinary workers such as veterinary nurses and technicians.

  • Track 1-1: Animal Drugs
  • Track 1-2: Clinical veterinary research
  • Track 1-3: Companion Animals
  • Track 1-4: Comparative Medicine
  • Track 1-5: Diabetes Mellitus in Animals
  • Track 1-6: Osteopaths
  • Track 1-7: Para-veterinary workers
  • Track 1-8: Physiotherapists
  • Track 1-9: Renal Diseases in Animals
  • Track 1-10: Wildlife & Ecosystem health

Animal welfare is a concern based on the beliefs that non-human animals are sentient and that consideration should be given to their wellbeing and suffering, especially when they are under the control of humans. Animal welfare science is a field that seeks to answer the questions raised by keeping and use of animals in medicinal experiments.

  • Track 2-1: Animal welfare science
  • Track 2-2: Feelings of animals
  • Track 2-3: Veterinary profession
  • Track 2-4: Poaching
  • Track 2-5: Puppy mills
  • Track 2-6: Whaling
  • Track 2-7: Abandoned pets
  • Track 2-8: Behavioral enrichment
  • Track 2-9: Blood sports
  • Track 2-10: Cruelty to animals
  • Track 2-11: Hunting

Camels are mammals of the Camelidae family. Camels form the genus Camelus. They are also called Afro-Asiatic Camelids. There are two living species of camels.Camels live in deserts, where it is hot and dry. Science which deals with camles is Camel Science, it deals with body organs and functioning.

Food safety may be a discipline describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways in which stop foodborne. This includes variety of routines that to be followed to avoid potential health hazards. during this manner food safety usually overlaps with food defense to forestall hurt to shoppers. In developed countries there square measure involved standards for food preparation, whereas in lesser developed countries there square measure less standards and social control of these standards. Food safety may be a major focus of food biological science.

  • Track 4-1: Agriculture and animal husbandry practices
  • Track 4-2: Food manufacturing practices
  • Track 4-3: Food additives
  • Track 4-4: Novel foods
  • Track 4-5: Genetically modified foods
  • Track 4-6: Food label

Food microbiology is the study of the microorganisms that inhabit, create, or contaminate food, including the study of microorganisms causing food spoilage, pathogens that may cause disease especially if food is improperly cooked or stored, those used to produce fermented foods such as cheese, yogurt, bread, beer, and wine, and those with other useful roles such as producing probiotics. Several microbially produced biopolymers are used in the food industry. 

  • Track 5-1: Microbial Biopolymers
  • Track 5-2: Food testing
  • Track 5-3: Food safety
  • Track 5-4: Fermentation

Human beings are only one kind of animals known to possess and take care for other species. They keep all manner of animals for reasons ranging from food and material production, friendship, and decoration. People believe that when they take responsibility for an animal, they are required to provide proper care for them.

Clinical veterinary research is a way behind the human medicinal research, with the less randomized trials. Veterinary diagnosis helps human health through the monitoring and control of infectious diseases transmitted from non-human animals to humans, food safety, and indirectly through human applications from basic medical research.

  • Track 7-1: Clinical and diagnostic veterinary toxicology.
  • Track 7-2: Economic analysis of vaccination
  • Track 7-3: Tools in veterinary diagnostics
  • Track 7-4: Veterinary obstetrics and genital diseases
  • Track 7-5: Veterinary Parasitology
  • Track 7-6: Veterinary medicine and therapeutics

Poultry farming and management is the process of raising domesticated birds such as chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese to the purpose of farming meat for food. According to the researches 70 percent of poultry meat, and 65 percent of eggs are produced in intensive ways. Alternative for intensive poultry farming is free range farming using lower stocking densities. It mainly focusses on finances of farming, production practices, management and resource use.

  • Track 8-1: Yarding
  • Track 8-2: Organic Egg Laying Systems
  • Track 8-3: Organic broilers
  • Track 8-4: Indoor broilers
  • Track 8-5: Humane treatment
  • Track 8-6: Furnished cage
  • Track 8-7: Domesticated birds
  • Track 8-8: Broilers
  • Track 8-9: Beak trimming
  • Track 8-10: Battery Cage
  • Track 8-11: Antibiotics use in Poultry

Domesticated animals raised in an agricultural community to produce food and sometimes only for farmed ruminants such as cattle and goats. In recent era some organization have also raised livestock to promote the survival of rare breeds. Livestock are raised for different purposes, many of which have economic value. Livestock products are meat, dairy products, clothing and adornment, fertilizer, labor, land management and conservation.

  • Track 9-1: Swine Livestock
  • Track 9-2: Sustainability according to the feed type
  • Track 9-3: Sheep and Goat Livestock
  • Track 9-4: Ruminant Nutrition
  • Track 9-5: Non-Ruminant Nutrition
  • Track 9-6: Livestock Protein Supply
  • Track 9-7: Livestock Nutrition Aspects
  • Track 9-8: Fisheries Livestock
  • Track 9-9: Feed quality & safety guidelines
  • Track 9-10: Equine Livestock

Animal research and development investigates how organisms function, behave and develop. Applied animal research aims to solve specific and practical problems, compared to basic research it is largely academic in origin and it is carried out in the pharmaceutical industries or by universities in commercial partnerships.

  • Track 10-1: Ectoparasites & Endoparasites of Livestock
  • Track 10-2: Cross Breeding
  • Track 10-3: Biomedical veterinary research
  • Track 10-4: Animal diseases
  • Track 10-5: Animal Care
  • Track 10-6: Aflatoxins in Animals
  • Track 10-7: Veterinary Technology
  • Track 10-8: Veterinary pharmaceuticals
  • Track 10-9: Farm Animal Medicine

Animal reproduction plays an important role in providing the existence of animal species in a continues cycle. In modern times animal genetics witnessed tremendous growth, which is mainly associated with advances in animal breeding technology, genetic trait tests, and DNA type and genetic disease tests.

  • Track 11-1: Asexual Reproduction
  • Track 11-2: Bilaterian Animals
  • Track 11-3: Carnivores
  • Track 11-4: Haploid gametes
  • Track 11-5: Herbivores
  • Track 11-6: Inbreeding avoidance
  • Track 11-7: Non Bilaterian Animals
  • Track 11-8: Omnivores
  • Track 11-9: Sexual Reproduction
  • Track 11-10: Vertebrates & Invertebrates

Veterinary pathology is the study of diagnosis of diseases through the examination of animal tissue and body fluids. Veterinary anatomical pathology is deals with the diagnosis of disease based on the examination, microscopic and molecular examination of organs and tissues. Clinical pathology deals with the diagnosis of disease based on the laboratory analysis of body fluids such blood and urine.

  • Track 12-1: Anatomical pathology
  • Track 12-2: Gross examination
  • Track 12-3: Examination of organs
  • Track 12-4: Necropsy
  • Track 12-5: Veterinary clinical pathology
  • Track 12-6: Food producing animals
  • Track 12-7: Drug discovery & Safety
  • Track 12-8: Tissue aspirates
  • Track 12-9: Cavitary effusions
  • Track 12-10: Avian veterinarian

Veterinary dentistry is the science of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of conditions and diseases of oral cavity and its associated structures as related to animals. Some oral diseases may be the result of systematic problem and some may result in systematic complications, in all cases dental procedures plays an important role.

  • Track 13-1: Veterinary Oral Health
  • Track 13-2: Small Animal Dentistry
  • Track 13-3: Hyperbaric Medicine
  • Track 13-4: Halitosis
  • Track 13-5: Feline Dentistry
  • Track 13-6: Canine Dentistry
  • Track 13-7: Broken or discoloured teeth
  • Track 13-8: Bleeding from the mouth

Meat science and technology is the study of meat and its products, including its production, preparation and preservation. Some meat researchers and scientists are studying the methods of producing artificial meat such as cultures of muscle cells.

  • Track 14-1: Spoilage & Preservation
  • Track 14-2: Imitation Meat
  • Track 14-3: Food science
  • Track 14-4: Food industry
  • Track 14-5: Ethics of Eating meat
  • Track 14-6: Cheap meat
  • Track 14-7: Carnism
  • Track 14-8: Bushmeat
  • Track 14-9: Alligator meat

Animal cloning is a useful technique for producing transgenic farm animals and it is used to be produce clones from valuable species, such as for preserving endangered breeds. Cloning promises great advantages for research and commerce. In these process veterinarians have an important role to play in improving the efficiency of cloning by finding preventive and curative care for cloned neonates.

  • Track 15-1: Advancement in animal transgenesis
  • Track 15-2: Benefits of transgenic animal & cloning
  • Track 15-3: Biopharming & Gene knockout
  • Track 15-4: Embryonic stem cell method in animals
  • Track 15-5: Microinjection for Animals
  • Track 15-6: Production of transgenic animal
  • Track 15-7: Somatic cell nuclear transfer

Animal testing is a process using non-human animals in experiments that seek to control the variable behavior and biological system under study, this approach can be contrasted with field studies in which animals are observed in their own environment. Animal model testing generally conducted in universities, medical schools, pharmaceutical companies.

  • Track 16-1: Veterinary Education
  • Track 16-2: Cosmetic & Drug testing
  • Track 16-3: Controversies & Ethics of animal testing
  • Track 16-4: Clinical studies on animals
  • Track 16-5: Animal testing on vertebrates
  • Track 16-6: Animal testing on invertebrates
  • Track 16-7: Animal models of diseases

Animal diseases impact the human health, food supplies, trade and commerce in every part of the world, this draw the attention of those in agriculture, regulatory agencies and government, as well as public. Agriculture community should have a global disease awareness of disease risks and develop plans of action to deal with them.

  • Track 17-1: Swine diseases
  • Track 17-2: Ovine & Caprine diseases
  • Track 17-3: Exotic diseases of Animals
  • Track 17-4: Equine diseases
  • Track 17-5: Diseases of aquatic animals
  • Track 17-6: Bovine diseases
  • Track 17-7: Avian diseases

Animal nutrition primarily focuses on the dietary needs of domesticated animals, mainly those in food production and agriculture. There are some different categories in the nutrients like carbohydrates, minerals, proteins, vitamins, fats and fibre. The macronutrients provide structural materials and energy. Micronutrients like phytochemicals and antioxidants influence some body systems. Food contain a mix of some or all the nutrient classes together with other substances.

  • Track 18-1: Trace minerals
  • Track 18-2: Regulation of feed intake in livestock
  • Track 18-3: Raw feeding
  • Track 18-4: Phytochemicals
  • Track 18-5: Pet food
  • Track 18-6: Microminerals
  • Track 18-7: Labeling & Regulation
  • Track 18-8: Hypoallergenic Foods
  • Track 18-9: Heterotrophs & Autotrophs
  • Track 18-10: Fish food
  • Track 18-11: Feeding human food to animals
  • Track 18-12: Feed mill management
  • Track 18-13: Essential fatty acids
  • Track 18-14: Dog food
  • Track 18-15: Comparative Nutrition

Ecological studies consist of areas such as animal species and their taxonomic relations, animal distribution and abundance within their range, and their environment. Ecologist operates with data gathered in the field and physiologist conduct experimental studies on the structure and function of animal tissues and organs.

  • Track 20-1: Scavengers
  • Track 20-2: Rise of vertebrates
  • Track 20-3: Predation
  • Track 20-4: Ordovician Period
  • Track 20-5: Evolution of ecological roles
  • Track 20-6: Evolution & paleontology
  • Track 20-7: Competition & Animal diversity
  • Track 20-8: Animal behavior
  • Track 20-9: Amphibians

Milk producing animals have been domesticated for hundreds of years, initially they were part of the human community. In the more recent past people in agriculture community domesticated dairy animals that they milked for domestic and local consumption. Nowadays most of the countries produce their own milk products and the structure of the dairy industry varies in different parts of the world.

  • Track 21-1: Temporary milk storage
  • Track 21-2: Swing over milking parlours
  • Track 21-3: Supplementary accessories in sheds
  • Track 21-4: Rotary milking sheds
  • Track 21-5: Milking machines
  • Track 21-6: Herringbone milking parlours
  • Track 21-7: Dairy Products
  • Track 21-8: Dairy Farming
  • Track 21-9: Automatic milking

Animal biology studies the structural and physiological properties of animals including their behavior, interactions, and environment. The study of animal life is ancient but its scientific incarnation is relatively modern, this shows the transition from natural history to biology at the start of 19th century.

  • Track 23-1: Veterinary Anatomy & Pathology
  • Track 23-2: Meat science and muscle biology
  • Track 23-3: Interactions of plants and animals
  • Track 23-4: Biology of marine animals
  • Track 23-5: Bioacoustics and animal communication
  • Track 23-6: Animal reproductive biology
  • Track 23-7: Animal physiology and biochemistry
  • Track 23-8: Animal locomotion research
  • Track 23-9: Nondomestic animal analgesia

Veterinary epidemiology deals with the study of diseases and their conditions in animals, that affects certain population within the animals. Animals epidemiology helps human health through the monitoring and control of infectious disease transmitted from non-human animals to humans, food safety, and basic medical research.

  • Track 24-1: Surveillance of Animal health
  • Track 24-2: Neurosteroid anaesthesia for dogs
  • Track 24-3: Epidemiology & control of communicable diseases
  • Track 24-4: Bovine growth hormone
  • Track 24-5: Applied Veterinary Epidemiology
  • Track 24-6: Animal infection & immunity

Animal husbandry deals with the animals, which are raised for milk, eggs, meat, fiber, and other products. The present generation animal husbandry relies on production systems adapted to the type of land available and subsistence farming.

  • Track 25-1: Selective breeding
  • Track 25-2: Domestication
  • Track 25-3: Agriculture & Livestock production
  • Track 25-4: Intensive animal farming
  • Track 25-5: Feeding
  • Track 25-6: Animal health
  • Track 25-7: Dairy farming
  • Track 25-8: Pig farming
  • Track 25-9: Poultry farming
  • Track 25-10: Aquaculture
  • Track 25-11: Livestock & Environmental Impact

Animal biotechnology advanced very rapidly in the past few years, now it is possible to generate animals with useful novel properties for dairy, meat or fiber production. Nearly identical copies of animals chosen for useful traits such as milk or meat production and high fertility.

  • Track 26-1: Transgenic Animals
  • Track 26-2: Stem Cell Technology
  • Track 26-3: Equipment’s Required for Animal Cell Culture
  • Track 26-4: Cell Based Therapy
  • Track 26-5: Cell and Tissue Engineering
  • Track 26-6: Applications of Animal Cell Culture
  • Track 26-7: Animal Cell Culture

Animal vaccines are used to prevent the contracting diseases and to prevent transmission of diseases to humans. Animals raised as livestock and kept as pets are frequently vaccinated, in some instances wild populations may be vaccinated. There are some animal vaccines used in humans have been documented whether accidental or intentional.

  • Track 27-1: Viral & Bacterial Vaccines
  • Track 27-2: Vaccine reactions
  • Track 27-3: Recombinant vaccines
  • Track 27-4: Rabies virus
  • Track 27-5: Quasi Core Vaccines
  • Track 27-6: Pet Vaccination
  • Track 27-7: Modified live vaccines
  • Track 27-8: killed vaccines
  • Track 27-9: Feline Respiratory Virus Vaccines
  • Track 27-10: Core Vaccines for dogs in shelters
  • Track 27-11: Canine Distemper Vaccines