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"Technologies and strategies for cocciodiosis control in poultry flocks" is the second presentation in a three-part webinar series entitled, “Successfully managing the intestinal health of poultry flocks: Coccidiosis control,” to be equipped for effective and sustainable coccidiosis control in poultry flocks.The webinar series, Sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health Global Poultry, is free to the poultry industry audience by registering.Who should attend? The webinar audience will include poultry industry personnel, including live production managers, poultry flock veterinarians, researchers, and others interested in coccidiosis control in the poultry industry.
What you’ll learn:
Dr. Greg MathisPresidentSouthern Poultry Research, Inc.
Greg Mathis graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from North Georgia College. He then worked for the United States Department of Agriculture. He later enrolled at the University of Georgia and earned his Masters and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in the Poultry Science Department. His doctoral work centered on control of coccidiosis, specializing in epidemiology, anticoccidial drugs, and genetics. After receiving his Ph.D. he started Southern Poultry Research, Inc. a private contract poultry research company. Southern Poultry Research, Inc. has now been in business over 25 years serving the pharmaceutical and poultry industries working on nutritional, coccidiosis vaccination, Necrotic Enteritis, Salmonella, and replacements for antibiotic growth promoters. During that time he has written numerous manuscripts and trade articles. He has extensively made scientific presentations, lectures, and taught numerous poultry pathology courses both nationally and internationally. He is also an international judge for retriever dog trials.
Dr. Tim CummingsSenior Technical Services VeterinarianPfizer Animal Health Global Poultry
Dr. Timothy S. Cummings is the Senior Technical Services Veterinarian of Pfizer Animal Health Global Poultry. He has had the privilege to be a part of the poultry industry for over 25 years now. Dr. Cummings has experience in the live production, technical services, and the university setting, and has developed a network with the numerous individuals which supports and works for this industry. He thoroughly enjoys working with poultry, as it has been a challenge, and he looks forward to continuing to do so in the future.Currently, Dr. Cummings works with broiler companies in the U.S. helping them assess Pfizer products in the field. He is also responsible for technical planning, execution, and reporting of customer trials, account management with sales team members, and provides technical input and/or training for other team members as needed. Although Dr. Cummings has a strong field background, he has worked more recently in the areas of animal welfare and antibiotic resistance issues as well as consulted for broiler companies nationally and internationally.Education:DVM from Mississippi State University in 1984MS in Medical Microbiology from the University of Georgia in 1986Diplomate in the American College of Poultry Veterinarians in 1994Employment:1986 - 1990: Technical Services Director for British United Turkeys of America 1990 - 1992: Corporate Veterinarian for Prestage Farms’ Turkey Division in NC1992 - 2000: Senior Technical Services Veterinarian for Pfizer Animal Health2001 – 2012: Clinical Poultry Professor at CVM/MSU 2012 – present: Senior Technical Services Veterinarian for Pfizer Animal Health
Commented on: January 21, 2012
"Thank you very much for allowing me such a great opportunity."
Mariam A.ELDeeb, Ph.D Prof. of Poultry Nutrition Dept. Animal & Poultry Production College of Agric. Assiut University
Mariam A.ELDeeb, Ph.D
Prof. of Poultry Nutrition
Dept. Animal & Poultry Production
College of Agric. Assiut University
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