Theme: Recent Approaches in Veterinary Welfare and Economics

Indian Veterinary-2015

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Indian Veterinary-2015

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OMICS International  feel proud and honored to organize “2nd Indo-Global Summit and Expo on Veterinary” (Indian Veterinary-2015) to be held from Oct 26-28, 2015 in Hyderabad, India on the theme “Recent Approaches in Veterinary Welfare and Economics”. We welcome and invite you to participate in this prestigious conference.

Veterinary science is an interdisciplinary study. It is an amalgamation of several areas of Animal Sciences. Altogether the research goals of Veterinary science tend to focus on recent advances in Veterinary research. Indian Veterinary-2015 is the forum which brings together a unique and International mix of experts from both academia and industry from all around the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and thereby build a veterinary researcher community.

In India Animal Husbandry is the source of livelihood for innumerable people. India has about 20 per cent of the world's cattle population. These animals are the backbone of the country's agriculture and have significant con­tribution in rural economy. Bullocks have major role in agricultural operations and rural goods movement and transportation while cows provide nutritious milk to enrich Indian diet. With a total value output of USD 102.5 billion, Animal Husbandry now contributes to around 25% Ag GDP vis-à-vis 15.5% in 1950s which is nearly 4% of the total GDP of the country.

The livestock sector alone contributes nearly 25.6% of Value of Output at current prices of total value of output in Agriculture, Fishing & Forestry sector. The overall contribution of Livestock Sector in total GDP is nearly 4.11% at current prices during 2012-13.

The scientific session highlighted for the conference includes work being done at veterinary organization to control zoonotic infectious diseases (transmissible from animals to humans), improve clinical care for people and animals, and conduct research that enhances the health and wellbeing of both animals and people. Delegates from across the world, including academic researchers, veterinary surgeons and other interested parties are welcome to join us at Hyderabad.

Track 1: Animal Biotechnology and Biochemistry

Animal Biotechnology is the use of science and engineering to modify living organisms. The goal is to make products, to improve animals and to develop microorganisms for specific agricultural uses.

2nd Indo-Global Summit and Expo on Veterinary-2015 bring to you the session on different examples of animal biotechnology include creating transgenic animals (animals with one or more genes introduced by human intervention), using gene knock out technology to make animals with a specific inactivated gene and producing nearly identical animals by somatic cell nuclear transfer (or cloning). Transgenics, Cloning

Biotechnology provides new tools for improving human health and animal health and welfare and increasing livestock productivity. Biotechnology improves the food we eat - meat, milk and eggs. Biotechnology can improve an animal’s impact on the environment. and enhances ability to detect, treat and prevent diseases.

Track 2: Animal Stem Cell Engineering

In recent years there has been a tremendous progress in the field of Animal Stem cell/ tissue engineering. The basis for that is a better understanding of stem cell biology in general. 2nd Indo-Global Summit and Expo on Veterinary-2015 bring the different techniques used, example: Multipotent adult stem cells seem to have a differentiation potential almost equal to that of embryonic stem cells (ESCs). This eliminates at least some moral issues and the problem of getting access to the stem cells in their organ specific niches. This function is referred to as “stem cell plasticity” and describes the ability of adult stem cells to differentiate into various lineages in vitro and in vivo.

Track 3: Reproduction Biology of Animals

Reproduction is one of the most characteristic features of living organisms. Life would not exist on Earth if plants and animals did not reproduce to make their offspring. By reproducing, a living organism can be sure that there is another individual of its kind to take its place when it dies. In this way a species of organism guarantees its survival.

2nd Indo-Global Summit and Expo on Veterinary-2015 has included special session about the technology of reproduction biology in animal has changed for better.

In vitro fertilization in cattle, In vitro oocyte maturation, Embryo culture and transfer, Sperm collection and Cryopreservation, Superovulation and oocyte recovery, Amniocentesis and immuno contraception are some of the new techniques used in recent times.

Track 4: Animal Cloning and Transgenic Animals

The term transgenic animal refers to an animal in which there has been a deliberate modification of the genome - the material responsible for inherited characteristics - in contrast to spontaneous mutation (FELASA September 1992, revised February 1995). Foreign DNA is introduced into the animal, using recombinant DNA technology, and then must be transmitted through the germ line so that every cell, including germ cells, of the animal contains the same modified genetic material.

The majority of transgenic animals produced so far are mice, the animal that pioneered the technology. At 2nd Indo-Global Summit and Expo on Veterinary-2015 the session includes:

DNA microinjection, Retrovirus-mediated gene transfer, embryonic stem cell-mediated gene transfer are some of the techniques used in production of transgenic animals.

Track 5: Veterinary Public Health

Veterinary public health (VPH) is a component of public health that focuses on the application of veterinary science to protect and improve the physical, mental and social well-being of human. It comprises of varies other topics like Zoonosis Control, environmental contamination and role of animals in society

Role of animals in society health deals with a number of ethical issues. Welfare of animals is an ever present issue regardless of the setting, whether it concerns pet animals, production animals or wild animals. Zoonoses and public health, about 75% of the new diseases that have affected humans over the past 10 years have been caused by pathogens originating from an animal or from products of animal origin. Many of these diseases have the potential to spread through various means over long distances and to become global problems.

Track 6: Concepts of Aquatic Biotechnology

Aquaculture also known as Aqua farming is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants. Aquaculture involves cultivating freshwater and saltwater populations under controlled conditions, and can be contrasted with commercial fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish.  About 430 (97%) of the species cultured as of 2007 were domesticated during the 20th and 21st centuries, of which an estimated 106 came in the decade to 2007. Given the long-term importance of agriculture, it is interesting to note that to date only 0.08% of known land plant species and 0.0002% of known land animal species have been domesticated, compared with 0.17% of known marine plant species and 0.13% of known marine animal species.

The principal fisheries research institutions, all of which operate under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, are the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute at Kochi (formerly Cochin), Kerala; the Central Inland Fisheries Institute at Barrackpore, West Bengal; and the Central Institute of Fisheries Technology at Willingdon Island near Kochi. Most fishery training is provided by the Central Institute for Fishery Education in Mumbai, which has ancillary institutions in Barrackpore, Agra (Uttar Pradesh), and Hyderabad (Telangana). The Central Fisheries Corporation in Calcutta is instrumental in bringing about improvements in fishing methods, ice production, processing, storing, marketing, and constructing and repairing fishing vessels. Operating under a 1972 law, the Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA), headquartered in Kochi, has made several market surveys abroad and has been instrumental in introducing and enforcing hygiene standards that have gained for Indian fishery export products a reputation for cleanliness and quality.

Track 7: Veterinary Science: Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment

Veterinary medicine is the application of medical, diagnostic, and therapeutic principles to companion, domestic, production animals and wildlife.

Veterinary medicine is as old as the human/animal bond but in recent years has expanded exponentially because of the availability of advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for most species. Animals nowadays often receive advanced medical, dental, and surgical care in the form of insulin injections, hip replacements and pacemakers.

Veterinary medicine requires the acquisition and application of scientific knowledge in multiple disciplines and uses technical skills directed at disease prevention in both domestic and wild animals.  Emerging zoonotic diseases around the globe require capabilities in epidemiology and infectious disease surveillance that are particularly well-suited to veterinary science's "herd health" approach.

Track 8: Animal Products, By-products and their Application

An animal product is any material derived from the body of an animal. Examples are fat, flesh, blood, milk, eggs, and lesser known products, such as isinglass and rennet. Animal by-products are carcasses and parts of carcasses from slaughterhouses, animal shelters, zoos and veterinarians, and products of animal origin not intended for human consumption, including catering waste.

These products are ‘rendered’ or processed to produce meat and bone meal, which is used in the formulation of animal feed to improve protein level, human and non-human foodstuffs, fats, and other material that can be sold to make commercial products such as cosmetics, paint, cleaners, polishes, glue, soap and ink. The sale of animal by-products allows the meat industry to compete economically with industries selling sources of vegetable protein.

According to FAO, by country, the largest producer is India (more than 55% buffalo milk), the largest cow milk exporter is New Zealand, and the largest importer is China.

This session will give a way to discuss and present the broad range of aspects of animal products, by-products and their applications.

Track 9: Veterinary Education Extension

The main objective of all extension work is to teach people living especially in rural areas how to raise their standard of living by their own efforts using their own resources of manpower and materials with the minimum assistance from Government. In addition to several other universities, almost all the State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) and four National Institutes (NIs)/Deemed Universities (DUs) of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) offer Master’s and doctoral programmes in different branches of extension Education.

Track 10: Ethical and Emerging Issues in Veterinary Science

Veterinary Ethics is a system of moral principles that apply values and judgments to the practice of veterinary medicine. As a scholarly discipline, veterinary ethics encompasses its practical application in clinical settings as well as work on its history, philosophy, theology, and sociology. Veterinary ethics combines veterinary professional ethics and the subject of animal ethics. It can be interpreted as a critical reflection on the provision of veterinary services in support of the profession's responsibilities to animal kind and mankind. Most veterinary schools teach veterinary ethics and it is often combined in teaching with animal welfare or with law.

Veterinary emergency medicine, Conservation of animal genetics resources, Adoption of animal husbandry practices, environmental hygiene are the important area which is included in the veterinary science.


We look forward to welcome you all to join us to have an exciting experience and worthy scientific moments at Hyderabad, India.

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