Effects of metabolic stressors and high temperature on oocyte and embryo quality in high yielding dairy cows.
|Promovendus/a||Mohamed Ahmed Shehab-El-Deen|
|Vakgroep||Vakgroep Verloskunde, Voortplanting en Bedrijfsdiergeneeskunde|
|Curriculum||After finishing his secondary education (Science: Biology), he started his higher education in 1991 in Bio-Science Engineering at the University of Suez Canal in Ismailia, Egypt. In June 1995, he earned his Bachelor’s degree of Agricultural Sciences in Animal Production (BSc) (grade: very good) from the University of Suez Canal. In 1998 he started a postgraduate master program at Suez Canal University and in July 2001 he obtained the degree of Master in Agricultural Science (MSc) in Animal Production: Animal Physiology (grade: excellent) from the University of Suez Canal. Then he continued further his postgraduate studies and finished a pre-doctoral program in July 2005 in Animal Physiology (grade: excellent) from the University of Suez Canal. Mohamed started his studies in Belgium in October 2005 as exchange student at Ghent University. In November 2006 he started his PhD research through a doctoral fellowship (BOF) grant from Ghent University.|
|Academische graad||Doctor in de Diergeneeskundige Wetenschappen|
|Promotor(en)||Prof. Dr. Ann Van Soom, DI08, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UGent|
Wanneer: dinsdag 25 januari 2011, 17:00
Waar: Kliniekauditorium B, Salisburylaan 133, 9820 Merelbeke