BUCHET Arnaud 比谢·阿诺

BUCHET Arnaud 比谢·阿诺

Buchet Arnaud

BUCHET Arnaud, PhD, ADEPTA, France

比谢·阿诺博士, 法国农促会代表

BUCHET Arnaud earned his Master’s degree in Animal Sciences, concentrated on Animal Nutrition, from Wageningen University in 2012, and the doctoral degree in Animal Biology and Physiology in Rennes University in 2018. Dr. Arnaud is currently the R&D Projects Manager at the Cooperl Group. He also serves as the department coordinator in Pig Nutrition, Health, and Genetics. From 2014 to 2018, Dr. Arnaud conducts the doctoral-level course “Identification of Biomarkers of the Robustness of Weaned Piglets” for the Cooperl Group.

比谢·阿诺于2012年从荷兰瓦赫宁根大学动物营养学院获得动物科学理科硕士学位,2018年于雷恩大学取得动物生物学和生理学博士学位。自2018年起,阿诺博士担任法国Cooperl集团研发项目经理,猪营养,健康与遗传研发部门协调员。 2014至2018负责Cooperl“鉴定断奶仔猪健壮性的生物标志物”博士课程。

Youcai (Campo) Bie 别佑财

Youcai (Campo) Bie 别佑财

Youcai Bie

Youcai (Campo) Bie, PhD, Guangdong Provincial Department of Environmental Protection


Youcai (Campo) Bie, advised by Professor Dehan Wang (the chief expert in non-point source pollution at Guangdong Provincial Department of Agriculture), earned his PhD degree in Agricultural Environment from South China Agricultural University. He is deputy chief engineer of the Central South Branch of the Nanjing Design Institute, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. He is the expert in non-point source pollution of Guangdong Provincial Department of Agriculture, and serves as an expert in environmental assessment in Guangdong Provincial Department of Environmental Protection. Dr. Bie is a member of Expert Committee of Guangdong Swine Association. He provided consulting services for many breeding companies, such as Hanswine Food Group Co., Ltd., Riquan Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Co. Ltd., Dongrui Food Group, Mingxing Agricultural Technology Development Co., Ltd., etc.

His research focuses on the comprehensive utilization of farm wastewater and final compliance; the reduction, recycling, and harmless treatment of solid wastes such as manure; the elimination of antibiotics in swine farm wastewater and solid waste; the flush bar for circulating biogas slurry; the purification of disorganized emissions from swine farms; the ecological management and river governance; and the comprehensive treatment and standard discharge of rural wastewater. In recent years, Dr. Bie visited and advised more than 400 farms. He provided over sixty academic lectures for government agencies, large companies, industry organizations, and large-scale exhibitions. In Practice, he provided comprehensive technical services for a large number of breeding companies in environmental protection. He participated in the design and construction of more than thirty manure comprehensive treatment projects. A bunch of industry demonstration base has developed with his help.



Xuehui Cai 蔡雪辉

Xuehui Cai 蔡雪辉

Xuehui Cai

Xuehui CaiPhDChinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences


Xuehui Cai, a researcher, is a doctoral advisor and chief scientist at the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences. He receives special government allowance from the State Council. Dr. Cai was awarded as the country’s outstanding middle-young scientist and the leading talent of Heilongjiang Province. His research focuses on the pathogenic epidemiology of important swine diseases, particularly the molecular epidemiology of PRRS, PRV, pathogen and host interaction mechanisms and molecular pathogenesis, and the development of related vaccines. As the first and second inventors, he obtained five national invention patents and two new veterinary drug certificates. He also won a national science and technology progress award as the first researcher, two first prizes of Heilongjiang provincial science and technology progress award, and a first and a second prize of Shennong Zhonghua Agricultural Science and Technology Award. He has published more than 40 SCI articles.


Joe Connor 乔·康纳

Joe Connor 乔·康纳

Joe Connor

Joe Connor, DVM, Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd., USA


Dr. Connor obtained his D.V.M. and completed the Executive Veterinary Program at the University of Illinois. He completed the master degree from the University of Minnesota in 2006. Dr. Connor focuses on disease management and elimination. He is the President of Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. (CVS). Dr. Connor received the Master’s Award from The National Hog Farmer in 2009, the Leman Science in Practice Award in 2004, and American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) Swine Practitioner of the Year Award in 1995. In 1992, he was Howard Dunne Memorial Lecturer. In 2008, he was presented the Dr. Erwin Small Distinguished Alumni Award by the University of Illinois and was awarded the “First” Honorary Member of the Japanese Association of Swine Veterinarians (JASV) in 2008.


Erin Cortus 艾琳·科特斯

Erin Cortus 艾琳·科特斯

Erin Cortus

Erin Cortus, PhD,University of Minnesota


Erin Cortus joined the Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering at the University of Minnesota in August 2017. Her position as Assistant Professor and Extension Engineer is to provide engineering expertise in the area of sustainable animal agriculture systems. Erin was born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada. She earned her Bachelor of Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering degree and PhD at the University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Cortus also has eight years of experience in a similar Research and Extension role at South Dakota State University. Her past and ongoing projects include measuring the air quality impacts of different manure management practices in swine, poultry, dairy and beef cattle barns, and the impacts of providing additional microenvironment control for grow-finish pigs and cattle. The broad mission of Dr. Cortus’ program is to work with producers and communities to understand and continually improve the quality and productivity of livestock environments.

艾琳·科特斯于2017年八月加入明尼苏达大学生物产品和生物系统工程部,担任助理教授和推广工程师的职位,为可持续动物农业系统领域提供工程专业知识。艾琳出生并成长于加拿大萨斯喀彻温省。她在萨斯喀彻温大学获得农业和生物资源工程学士学位和博士学位。 科特斯博士还在南达科他州立大学从事了八年相关研究和推广工作。她过去和正在进行的项目包括测量猪,家禽,乳制品和肉牛场中不同粪肥管理措施对空气质量的影响,以及为生长肥育猪和牛提供额外微环境控制所产生的影响。 科特斯博士希望通过与生产者和社区的合作,了解并持续改善家畜环境的质量和生产力。

Scott Dee 斯考特·迪

Scott Dee 斯考特·迪

Scott Dee

Scott Dee, DVM, PhD,Pipestone Veterinary Services


Scott Dee earned his DVM, MS, and PhD from the University of Minnesota.  He is a board-certified veterinary microbiologist and a past President of the AASV. After working in swine practice for 12 years, Scott was a Professor at the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine where he focused his research on the transmission and biosecurity of PRRSV for a 12-year period.  This effort culminated in the development and validation of a nationally applied air filtration system for reducing the introduction of airborne diseases to swine facilities. In 2011, Scott joined Pipestone Veterinary Services in Pipestone, MN, where he currently serves as Director of Pipestone Applied Research (PAR), a business unit which conducts collaborative research efforts with production companies across North America comprising approximately 1.5 million sows. Scott has been awarded 8.8M in research funds, has published 144 papers in peer-reviewed journals (including the initial publication providing proof of concept of PEDV transmission in feed) and is currently studying the transboundary risk of pathogen spread through feed ingredients. He has received the AASV Practitioner of the Year award, the Leman Science in Practice award, and the AASV Howard Dunne Memorial Award.  Scott and his wife Lisa have two children (Nicholas and Ellen) and live in Alexandria, MN, along with their Scottish terrier, Abigail.


John Deen 约翰·迪恩

John Deen 约翰·迪恩

John Deen

John Deen, DVM, PhD,University of Minnesota


John is a professor of veterinary epidemiology at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota, and, for the past eight years, the director of the One Health Workforce Project, part of USAID’s Emerging Pandemic Threats Program.  His work in research, teaching and extension has been in epidemiology and economics, focusing on measurement and optimization across competing needs in animal agriculture, particularly in pig farming.  He has led numerous projects on the measurement of welfare, disease and their clinical assessment. Dr. Deen earned his DVM and PhD from the University of Guelph and gained board certification in swine health management from the American College of Veterinary Practitioners in 1994 and the American College of Animal Welfare in 2012.


Diego Diel 迭戈·戴尔

Diego Diel 迭戈·戴尔

Diego Diel

Diego Diel, DVM, MS and PhD, South Dakota State University


Dr. Diego Diel received his DVM, MS and PhD degrees from Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), Brazil. He joined the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at South Dakota State University in 2014 as an Assistant Professor. He became the section leader for the Virology section in the Animal Disease and Research Diagnostic Laboratory (ADRDL) in 2016. Dr. Diel’s research focuses on basic and applied aspects of virology research, including virus host-interactions and pathogenesis, viral vaccine development, feed biosecurity and diagnostics. The primary goal of Dr. Diel’s research is to improve our understanding about the interactions between the virus and the host and apply this knowledge to generate novel tools for infectious disease prevention and control.


Keith Erlandson 科斯·厄兰森

Keith Erlandson 科斯·厄兰森

Keith Erlandson

Keith Erlandson, DVM,CP Group

科斯·厄兰森,兽医学博士, 中国正大集团

Dr. Keith Erlandson received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree from Iowa State University in 2004. He has also earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science (2000) and a Master’s Degree in Veterinary Microbiology (2004) from Iowa State University. In 2011, he became a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in the Swine Health Management specialty. In 2015, he earned a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of South Dakota. Dr. Erlandson has worked as a private swine consultant, staff veterinarian for a swine production company, and a professional services veterinarian for a pharmaceutical company. He is currently the Director of Swine Veterinary Medicine for the CP Group in China. He lives in Xi’an, China with his wife Nancy, and daughters Kelsey (11) and Trista (10).


Philippe Greau 飞利浦·格瑞

Philippe Greau 飞利浦·格瑞

Philippe Greau

Philippe Greau, ADEPTA, France

飞利浦·格瑞, 法国农促会代表

Since 1990, Philippe has served as a general manager of the French Arco Cooperative, which provides 1.7 million pigs to the market. From 1997 to 2005, he served as the general manager of PIC (France), responsible for the development of the market in Russia, and established a core group of 6,300 sows. Philippe has accumulated a lot of field experience in pig nutrition, veterinarians, pig farm design, and site management over the past 20 years. Since 2014, he has served the BBF Consulting Company as the professional farm management consultant. He also serves as a consultant for a large domestic swine company.

自1990年起飞利浦作为法国一家名为Arco养猪合作社的总经理,年提供上市猪 170万头,已经积累了大量的现场及管理经验。1997-2005年担任PIC法国区总经理,后帮助PIC在俄罗斯开发市场,建立了6300头母猪的种猪核心群。飞利浦在过去的20年内在猪营养、兽医、猪舍设计、现场管理等方面都积累了大量的现场经验。2014年至今服务于法国欧密斯集团下属 BBF咨询公司,职业猪场管理顾问。并兼任国内某大型养猪集团顾问。

Clayton L. Johnson 克莱顿·约翰逊

Clayton L. Johnson 克莱顿·约翰逊

Clayton Johnson

Clayton L. Johnson, DVM,Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd.


Dr. Clayton Johnson is a veterinarian at Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. located in Carthage, Illinois. He is one of 11 veterinarians dedicated to the swine veterinary practice. Carthage Veterinary Service, Ltd. provides health, management, and production consulting to swine farms of all sizes in all regions of the United States and many locations abroad. Prior to working at Carthage Veterinary Service, Dr. Johnson served as the Director of Health and Animal Care at The Maschhoffs, LLC and oversaw the health services program as the company expanded from 100,000 to 200,000 sows. Areas of focus for Dr. Johnson include bio-economic models of PRRSv, PEDv and Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae management strategies; and swine veterinarian development and training as well as development of auditing and corrective action processes. Dr. Johnson attended the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine, receiving a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, continuing on to complete the Executive Veterinary Program.



Xiangdong Liu 刘向东

Xiangdong Liu 刘向东

Xiangdong Liu

Xiangdong Liu, PhD, Huazhong Agricultural University, China

刘向东博士, 华中农业大学,中国

Xiangdong Liu received the doctoral degree in Animal Husbandry from Huazhong Agricultural University in 2010. He was a visiting scholar at the Royal Veterinary College, London, in 2012. In 2014, he conducted postdoctoral research at the Workstation of Veterinary Medicine, Huazhong Agricultural University. He is currently the associate professor at Huazhong Agricultural University. He also serves as the production manager at Guangxi Yangxiang Co., Ltd., the director of Yangxiang Institute Aquaculture Production Research Center, and the director of Guangxi Swine Association. He established the standard batch production management process in Guangxi Yangxiang Co., Ltd. has covered all the company's farms since 2017. He also established a sound standardized breeding production technology, which increased PSY to 27.6 in 2017 and reduced the cost to 10.54 per kilogram. In the past five years, Dr. Liu chaired two research projects supported by National Natural Science Funds, presided over two independent innovation projects of Huazhong Agricultural University, and obtained funding from the National Spark Program for corporate cooperation. He has published 18 papers with the highest impact factor of 5.878 in SCI, received twenty patents, and won the first prize as the fourth contributor of Hubei Provincial Technological Invention Rewards in 2016.


John F. Patience 约翰·佩巡斯

John F. Patience 约翰·佩巡斯

John F Patience

John F. Patience, PhD, Iowa State University


John F. Patience is a professor in the Department of Animal Sciences at Iowa State University. He received his B.Sc. (Agr) and M.Sc. from the University of Guelph and Ph.D. from Cornell University. John’s research program focuses on energy metabolism, ingredient evaluation, wean-to-finish feeding and management and the impact of diet composition on gut health. He also has responsibilities in extension, providing service to pork producers across Iowa as well as the U.S. generally. John has published 122 refereed journal articles and more than 700 other publications. He has presented 389 invited talks in North and South America, Europe and Asia. He is a past winner of the AFIA Award in Nonruminant Nutrition Research and the  Extension Award, both presented by ASAS, the New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award, presented by FASS and the Honorary Master Pork Producer Award, presented by the Iowa Pork Producers Association.


Olivier Prigent 奥利维尔·普瑞根特

Olivier Prigent 奥利维尔·普瑞根特

Olivier PrigentOlivier Prigent, ADEPTA, France


Olivier Prigent has over 20 years of experience in the technical monitoring and management of pig farms in France and abroad. He is an expert in selection/multiplication, nutrition, biosecurity, and genetics. During the 15 years (1994 - 2008) working in France, Olivier served as the breeding manager at several breeding companies with 400 to 1,600 sows, responsible for artificial insemination and gestations. From 2009 to 2013, he was the director of the Ukrainian fattening and breeding companies, which had 600 to 2,300 sows, responsible for the production and sale of feed. Since 2014, he started serving as the head of management, technical advice, and training at IFIP in a breeding farm of 2,300 sows in Liaoning province, China.

奥利维尔·普瑞根特在法国和国外养猪场的技术监测和管理方面拥有20多年的经验。 是选择/增殖,营养,生物安全,遗传学方面的专家。奥利维尔在法国15年期间(1994-2008)担任多家育种公司(400至1600头母猪)经理,负责人工授精/妊娠。2009至2013年,奥利维尔在乌克兰育肥育种单位(母猪600至2300头)任总监4年,负责饲料的生产和销售。自2014年以来,他担任IFIP中国在辽宁省2300头母猪养殖场的管理,技术咨询和培训负责人。

Rebecca Robbins 瑞贝卡·罗宾斯

Rebecca Robbins 瑞贝卡·罗宾斯

Rebecca Robbins

Rebecca Robbins, DVM, PhD,Seaboard Foods


Rebecca Robbins is the Senior Production Veterinarian for Seaboard Foods located in Guymon, OK. Seaboard Foods is the third largest hog producer and fourth leading pork processor in the United States. She and her veterinary team are responsible for the health and well-being of 280,000 sows farrow-to-finish located in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.  Rebecca serves on Seaboard Foods’ research and development team, which coordinates an average of 45 studies per year. Rebecca previously worked at Murphy-Brown, LLC-East Division as a staff veterinarian from 2010-2013 and was responsible for 60,000 sows farrow-to-finish. 

Rebecca earned her BS, DVM and PhD degrees from North Carolina State University in 2004, 2009, and 2016 respectively.  Her doctoral degree emphasis was in Population Medicine and Veterinary Public Health and her thesis was titled Antibiotics in Pork Production.  She has authored three peer-reviewed manuscripts, one book chapter and a number of non-peer reviewed publications. Rebecca has directly mentored over a dozen veterinary students, participated in numerous university research projects, and served on several industry advisory boards.  She is a member of the Mycoplasma Task Force, SHIC Swine Disease Reporting System and is vice chair of the AASV Pharmaceutical Issues committee.  


Gordon D. Spronk 高登·司邦克

Gordon D. Spronk 高登·司邦克

Gordon Spronk

Gordon D. Spronk, DVM,Pipestone Veterinary Services


Dr. Spronk is the Chairman of the Board, Staff Veterinarian, and Partner of Pipestone Veterinary Services. He received both his bachelor and doctoral degrees from the University Of Minnesota, College Of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, he began his veterinary career in southwest Minnesota focusing on dairy and swine herd health programs. Dr. Spronk is engaged in various professional and business activities, he is the Co-founder and Past President of several swine production businesses and remains active in various ownership roles. He received Science in Practice Award (U of Minnesota) in 2011 and Swine Practitioner of the Year (AASV) in 2000.

高登·思邦克博士是派普斯通兽医诊所的董事会主席,兽医官和合伙人。他在明尼苏达大学兽医学院获得了本科和博士学位。毕业后,他在明尼苏达西南部开始了他的兽医职业生涯,致力于奶牛和猪的健康项目。思邦克博士参与了许多学术和商业活动,他是多个生猪生产企业的创始人之一和前主席,至今仍然积极参与企业活动并拥有股权。思邦克博士于2011年被授予了实践科学奖(明尼苏达大学),2000年获得年度养猪从业者奖 (AASV)。

Changchun Tu 涂长春

Changchun Tu 涂长春

Changchun Tu

Changchun Tu, DVM, Academy of Military Sciences, China


Changchun Tu is a Researcher of the Institute of Military Veterinary Medicine, Academy of Military Sciences. He graduated from the Department of Veterinary Medicine of Sichuan Animal Husbandry and Veterinary College in 1983 and obtained a Master of Science in Agriculture from the Chinese Veterinary University in 1987. In 2004, he received a doctoral degree in veterinary medicine from China Agricultural University. Dr. Tu has long been engaged in research on animal virology and zoonosis virus diseases. He has made innovative achievements in critical animal diseases (such as swine fever and rabies), epidemiology of epizootic diseases, pathogenic mechanisms, and diagnostic techniques.  Since the end of the 1980s, he has been engaged in research on molecular epidemiology, infection and pathogenesis, and prevention and control technologies of classical swine fever virus. He undertook the project "Research on Genetic Engineering of Anti-Swine Fever" with national funding, and carried out the molecular cloning study of classical swine fever virus in China. He chaired the first major project in the veterinary sector funded by the National Natural Science Foundation in China. He also launched a molecular epidemiological study of swine fever virus to clarify the genetic variation and genetic diversity of swine fever virus in China. At present, he studies on the genetic derivation of classical swine fever virus and its interaction with host cells in an effort to elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying the evolution of the virus and the pathogenicity of infection, by using high-throughput sequencing, modern omics and molecular biology techniques.

Dr. Tu has led more than fifty national-level scientific research projects. He has won the first prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award, the Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Award-Special Prize, and a number of provincial and military Scientific and Technological Progress Awards. He has published more than two hundred academic papers in professional journals in China and abroad. He advised more than sixty master and doctoral students. In 2011, the Ministry of Agriculture named him as an outstanding talent in agricultural scientific research. In the same year, the Chinese Association of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine awarded him the "Third China Animal Husbandry Contribution Award for Revitalizing China". He is currently Director of the World Animal Health Organization (OIE) Rabies Reference Laboratory, Vice Chairman of the Animal Epidemiology Branch of the Chinese Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Society, and a member of the National Animal Epidemic Prevention Expert Committee.



Fabio Vannucci 法比奥·万努奇

Fabio Vannucci 法比奥·万努奇

Fabio Vannucci

Fabio Vannucci, DVM, PhD,University of Minnesota


Dr. Fabio Vannucci is an Assistant professor with the special interest in food animal disease. He is a DVM graduated from the Universidade Federal de Vicosa, Brazil, earned MSc from the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil, and PhD from the University of Minnesota in 2013.  His research focuses on pathogenesis and diagnostics of enteric diseases in swine, specifically Proliferative Enteropathy (Lawsonia intracellularis) and Brachyspiral colitis. Recently, he has worked on the diagnostic investigation and characterization of vesicular disease and pre-weaning mortality associated with Senecavirus A infection. He also has focused on the development of tools for rapid diagnostic response to endemic and emerging diseases of swine.

法比奥.万努奇博士是明尼苏达大学从事食品动物疾病研究的副教授。他从巴西卫卡萨联邦大学获得兽医博士,在米那斯格雷斯联邦大学获得硕士学位, 在明尼苏达大学获得博士学位。 他的研究领域是猪肠道疾病的病理和诊断, 特别是增生性肠病 (胞内劳森) 和短螺旋体结肠炎。 目前, 他正在开展与瑟尼卡病毒A相关的水疱病和断奶前死亡的调查和定性。他还从事开发针对猪的流行病和新发疾病的快速诊断工具的工作。

De Wu 吴德

De Wu 吴德

De Wu

De Wu, Ph.D., Sichuan Agricultural University


Dr. Wu is a swine nutrition expert, vice president of Sichuan Agricultural University, Director of Animal Nutrition Institute, Director of the key lab of animal disease-resistant nutrition and feed science of Ministry of Agriculture, vice president of Chinese Society of Animal Nutrition. He leads more than 10 research projects, including 4 from National Natural Science Foundation, Chang-Jiang (Cheung Kong) Scholar Professor and Innovation foundations, national high talents special support program, national pig production system Sichuan innovation team, and agricultural science and technology achievements foundation, Sichuan provincial science and technology department foundation. Dr. Wu has received various awards at national, provincial, and community levels for his contributions to science and research.


Zhichun (Jason) Yan 闫之春

Zhichun (Jason) Yan 闫之春

Jason Yan

Zhichun (Jason) Yan, New Hope LiuHe Group


Zhichun (Jason) YAN, chief officer of science in New Hope Liuhe Group. He has more than twenty years of experiences in promoting and practicing new techniques in managing modern swine farms with the focus on business planning, production, as well as herd health management.


Hanchun Yang 杨汉春

Hanchun Yang 杨汉春

Hanchun Yang

Hanchun Yang, Ph.D., China Agricultural University, China

Prof. Yang's main research fields include Prevention and control techniques of animal infectious diseases, and molecular virology & immunology. Research work is mainly focusing on porcine reproduction and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV), porcine circo¬virus type 2 (PCV2) and porcine encephalomyocarditis virus (EMCV). He is the Associate Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Director of Key Laboratory of Animal Epidemiology and Zoonosis of the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture (MOA). Prof. Yang is also a member of Arterivirus study group of ICTV, the General Secretary of the Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine (CAAV). He was awarded the China National Funds for Distinguished Young Scholar and the Outstanding Middle-aged Expert of MOA.

杨汉春,男,生于1964年1月,博士,中国农业大学动物医学院教授、博士生导师。国家杰出青年基金获 得者,农业部有突出贡献的中青年专家。国际病毒分类委员会(ICTV)动脉炎病毒研究组成员。中国农业大学动物医学院副院长、农业部动物流行病学与人畜共 患病重点实验室主任。现任中国畜牧兽医学会秘书长。以动物传染病防治技术、分子病毒学与免疫学为主要研究方向,重点研究猪繁殖与呼吸综合征病毒、猪圆环病 毒2型和脑心肌炎病毒。

Guihong Zhang 张桂红

Guihong Zhang 张桂红

Guihong Zhang

Guihong Zhang, PhD, Huanan Agricultural University, China


Dr. Zhang is the professor and PhD advisor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Huanan Agricultural University. She is currently an expert in the modern pig industrial technology system, focusing on the investigation of epidemiological swine diseases and elimination of swine fever in southern China. She is the executive director of the Veterinary Biotechnology branch and the director of the Veterinary Public Health branch of the Chinese Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Society. She serves as the chair of the Swine Disease branch of the Guangdong Province Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Society, and a member of the emergency management of public emergencies experts group in Guangdong. In recent years, Dr. Zhang works at the front line of pig production, serving large-scale pig farms and solving practical problems in production. So far, she has hosted a number of national, provincial and ministerial research projects, and published more than 100 research papers as the first author or correspondent author, including more than 60 articles in SCI. She participated in the editing of several academic monographs, including “Pig disease prevention measures and disease identification”, “Standardized pig scale farming”, and “Main technical measures for raising the production level of small and medium-sized farms”. She was the primary reviewer of “Color map of pig disease diagnosis” and “Swine Disease (the tenth edition)”. She has received four scientific research awards, three new veterinary medicine certificates, and two patents.


Bin Zhou 周斌

Bin Zhou 周斌

Bin Zhou

Bin Zhou, PhD, Nanjing Agricultural University, China


Dr. Zhou is the professor and PhD advisor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Nanjing Agricultural University. He is the chief editor of the journal Animal Husbandry and Veterinary and a visiting scholar at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University. Dr. Zhou's main research direction is the diagnosis, prevention, and control of animal infectious diseases. He has taught courses in “Swine Diseases”, “Veterinary Biological Products" and "Veterinary Biotechnology". He has successively carried out many national-level projects and published more than fifty scientific research papers. At present, he is conducting research on the epidemic monitoring and disease detection of many large-scale pig farms in eastern China.