Editorial Board of International Journal of Animal Research
Dr. Moustafa M. Zeitoun
Department of Animal Production, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Alexandria, El-Shatby, Alexandria, Egypt;
Department of Animal Production and Breeding, College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Qassim University
Biography & Research Interest
Welcome Professor Dr. Moustafa M. Zeitoun to Join the Editorial Board of International Journal of Animal Research.
Dr. Moustafa M. Zeitoun graduated from Alexandria University, Egypt in Animal Production in 1978 with excellent with honor. He obtained an M. Sc in Buffalo reproduction (1984) and awarded a scholarship for conducting his Ph. D program in the USMARC, Clay center, NE, USA (1990) in embryo transfer in beef cattle. His Ph.D study was chosen as one of the best articles in the international embryo transfer society meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado 1987. He was awarded a peace fellowship in 1993 to the department of animal sciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ USA where he has done a research on effect of hot climate on the cow’s embryo quality. In 1994 he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to the University of Texas A&M to study the follicular dynamics of Brahman beef cows. Dr. Zeitoun has been awarded the University of Alexandria Promotion prize in 1998. He was appointed as a demonstrator and assistant lecturer in the Department of Animal and Fish Production, Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University, Egypt. After he gained his Ph.D degree (channel between Alexandria University and the USARC, Clay Center, NE,USA) he joined the Department of Animal and Fish Production as an assistant professor (1990), associate professor (1996) and served as a full professor in animal reproduction between 2002 up to 2006 when he joined the University of Qassim, KSA. He and 3 of his colleagues were awarded the Thomas Edison award in veterinary sciences in 2014. He serves as an editor in different international accredited animal sciences and biomedical journals. He has advised 25 M. Sc and Ph. D students in Egypt and Saudi Arabia and published more than 70 articles in the area of animal physiology and human nutrition. He translated a book (Veterinary Reproductive Ultrasonography) to the Arabic language, being the sole Arabic text in this area. Also, he published more than 70 articles in local and international accredited journals.
Key words: Embryo, Artificial Insemination, Semen, Cryperservation, Nutrition, Hormones
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