Professor Ehab Abu-Basha completed his Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery from Jordan University of Science and Technology in 1994. After two year of teaching assistant at JUST, Dr. Abu-Basha obtained scholarship from JUST to pursue M.Sc. and Ph.D. Dr. Abu-Basha obtained his Master degree (1999) and PhD (2002) in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University/USA with Academic outstanding achievement and Graduate Teaching Excellence Award.
Dr. Abu-Basha joined Jordan University of Science and Technology as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology/Toxicology in 2002, promoted to Associate professor in 2007 and full professor in 2012. He was appointed as Head Department (2004-2008), Vice dean (2009-2013) and Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Secretary General of the Arab Association of Veterinary Medical Faculties (2013-2016). He was elected on June, 2106 as Vice President of the Mediterranean Network of Establishments for Veterinary Education (REEV-Med in French).
He currently a project leader at JUST for the Educational twining program with the Royal Veterinary College with the Parent Establishment (RVC). As project leaders, we are responsible for the implementation and use of financial resources supporting the project that is funded by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). He is heavily involved with many international organizations including Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nation, USAID, Animal World Health Organization (OIE) and we succeeded to Fund several projects to the Faculty of veterinary Medicine/JUST and Ministry of Agriculture/Jordan.
Dr. Abu-Basha research interest focuses on regulation of insulin and glucagon secretions and their correlation with diabetes mellitus, Pharmacokinetics, bioavailability, bioequivalence, toxicological studies, antimicrobials and aflatoxins residues in milk and meat, and antimicrobials Resistance.
Harold Bok is an assistant professor at the faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University. After his graduation (1999-2005, with honours) he worked as a veterinarian in small animal clinical practice. In 2006, he was appointed as a lecturer at the department of Pathobiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University. In 2009, the veterinary students nominated him for the Utrecht University prize “Young Teacher Talent”. Since 2009 Harold combined his teaching tasks with his PhD studentship at the chair Quality Improvement in Veterinary Education. In 2014 he defended his PhD-thesis entitled ‘Competency-based Veterinary Education: An integrative approach to learning and assessment in the clinical workplace’. His research focuses on workplace-based learning and assessment, competency-based learning, and programmatic assessment. In particular, he studies how to integrate learning and assessment in order to enhance and evaluate professional development. He is a supervisor of PhD-students in these themes. He publishes and presents his work in peer-reviewed (inter)national journals and at (inter)national conferences. He serves as a reviewer for international peer-reviewed journals.
Harold is chairman of the Quality Assessment Committee at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, as well as project leader in several educational and research projects on workplace-based assessment and faculty development, for which grants have been awarded. He is a teacher and coordinator in several bachelor and master courses at the faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
In 2014, he completed the course “Educational Leadership” organized by the Centre of Excellence in University Teaching (CEUT) of the Utrecht University and in 2015 he attained his Senior University Teaching Qualification (SKO). Since September 2015, he is a Teaching Fellow at Utrecht University. Since September 2015, Harold is a board member (Secretary) of ViEW (Veterinary Education Worldwide): www.veteducation.org . November 2015 his PhD-thesis was awarded with the PUG-prize: www.pugutrecht.nl/pug-prijs/winnaars-pug-prijs ,
Research interests of Dr Coleman include the fields of veterinary pathology and parasitology. In the field of pathology he is interested in pigmentation disorders and has focused particularly on equine melanotic disease or "grey horse melanoma". In the field of parasitology, he is involved in projects exploring various aspects of the epidemiology and management of parasitic diseases of farm animals.
Carmen Fuentealba DVM, MSc, PhD, AFAMEE is the Executive Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning at Ross University Scholl of Veterinary Medicine. She is a Professor of Veterinary Pathology and the Director of the Center for Research and Innovation in Veterinary and Medical Education. Dr Fuentealba received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Universidad Austral de Chile, a Master of Science in Animal Pathology from Universidad de Chile and earned a Ph.D. in Veterinary Pathology from The University of Liverpool. She completed a residency in Anatomic Pathology at Texas A&M University. As an educator she has developed expertise in curriculum development and assessment, and promotion of internationalization strategies. She served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island; Associate Dean for Clinical Programs at Western University of Health Sciences, and Assistant Dean of Students at the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Dr Fuentealba participated in the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) Foresight Project: “Envisioning the Future of Veterinary Medical Education” and served as a member of the AAVMC Strategic Planning Steering Committee. She has received several awards for teaching excellence including the 2015 Zoetis Teaching Excellence and 2015 DeVry Global Education Group TEACH award for Teaching Excellence. Dr Fuentealba maintains an active research program supervising MSc and PhD graduate students.
Kabasa, John David
Professor Kabasa is the Principal of the College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources and Biosecurity at Makerere University and the founding Director of the Africa Institute for Strategic Animal Resource Services and Development (AFRISA).
Professor Kabasa gained his PhD at Goettingen University in Germany and his veterinary medicine degree from Makerere University. He is a visiting Professor in a number of African and Western Universities. In addition to his academic responsibilities, he holds a variety of development positions in Uganda including: member of the Advisory Committee for the Implementation of the Africa Union Strategic plan for Animal Resources Development, national coordinator The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Council Chapter, national task force member on Avian Influenza , Chair of the National Biodiversity Committee for the National Environment Management Authority, Chair of the Agricultural and Water Resources Task Force on Climate Change. He is also the Chair of the Uganda Veterinary Board and the academic director of a number of regional and ACP research and training networks. Professor Kabasa plays leading roles in a number of public and private partnerships that draw together commercial, governmental and academic interests in public and ecosystem health, urban and rural economic development
Stephen May received his veterinary degree from Cambridge in 1980. After spending time as large animal intern at Liverpool University and in general practice, he undertook a residency in equine surgery and diagnostic imaging, at Liverpool, subsequently gaining Diplomas in Veterinary Radiology and Equine Orthopaedics. He then studied for a PhD on “Mediators of Equine Joint Disease” at the Royal Veterinary College in London, followed by a return to Liverpool as Lecturer in Equine Orthopaedics. He has been awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for meritorious contributions to learning in his specialist fields, and is one of only four veterinarians who has achieved the distinction of becoming a Higher Education Academy National Teaching Fellow.
Stephen joined the Royal Veterinary College as Professor of Equine Medicine and Surgery in 1993 to expand equine clinical services and research. In 2000, he became the College’s Vice-Principal for Teaching, and he is now Deputy Principal. He is on the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in the UK, a member of the European Coordinating Committee for Veterinary Training and a past President of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons and the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation. He has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed articles on equine matters and veterinary education and training, as well as writing numerous book chapters.
Paul Mills is a veterinary pharmacologist and has been at the School of Veterinary Science at The University of Queensland since 2001. Prior to this, he has worked at The Animal Health Trust in the United Kingdom, was a team veterinarian on a study of heat and humidity in horses towards the Atlanta Olympic Games, a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Senior Research Officer at the Princess Alexandria Hospital and as a Senior Government Veterinary Officer with Racing Queensland.
Prof Mills has a wide variety of research projects under the broad aspect of pharmacology, including transdermal drug delivery, the control of inflammation, novel therapeutics and wildlife – he co-founded Veterinary Marine Animal Research, Teaching and Investigation (Vet-MARTI; http://www.uq.edu.au/vetschool/vet-marti) in 2008. He also has a passion for veterinary education, completing a Graduate Certificate in Higher Education then an MPhil in the discipline, in addition to institutional and national awards for teaching excellence. To date, he has 15 publications and numerous conference presentations on veterinary education, plus is on the editorial board for the Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. He currently leads a major international veterinary education project in Vietnam, including a twinning program with the World Veterinary Organisation (OIE). He is also on an international committee, including US and European members, to develop a global curriculum for veterinary pharmacology.
Director of Admissions and Student Services at the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia. She completed her BS degree in Biology and an MS degree in Pharmacology from the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Pelzer received her DVM from Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (VMCVM) in 1997. After 12 years in clinical practice as a food animal veterinarian Dr. Pelzer moved to academia and is currently an Associate Professor within the Population Health Sciences Department. Dr. Pelzer has completed the Essential Skills in Medical Education Assessment course, the Harvard Macy Institute’s “A Systems Approach to Assessment in Health Professions Education” program and completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Education at the RVC. Dr. Pelzer has restructured the student selection process within the VMCVM and implemented the multiple mini interview format, the first US veterinary college to do so. Dr. Pelzer is published in the area of learning environments and teaching and assessing professional competencies. Along with Dr. Jennie Hodgson, Dr. Pelzer is editing a veterinary education textbook to be released spring 2016. Her current areas of interest include the learning environment, hidden curriculum, diversity issues, curricular reform and outcomes assessment.
Dr. Emma Read graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan in 1998. She then completed a surgical internship and a master's of veterinary science, before entering a large animal surgical residency program at the University of Georgia in Athens. She joined the faculty at the Ontario Veterinary College in 2003 where she taught until 2005. Her ACVS board certification was completed in 2004 and in early 2005, she returned to Alberta and private referral equine practice. She joined the faculty of the University of Calgary (UCVM) in the fall of 2007 as a clinical instructor in large animal surgery. Dr. Read spent the next eight years as Chair of the Clinical Skills Program developing a multi-instructor, multi-species hands-on training program incorporating OSCE’s, simulators and practical labs. At UCVM, she has also participated heavily in the development of the curriculum and assessment practices, as well as the establishment of the distributed veterinary teaching hospital. Dr. Read is the recipient of the Pfizer - Carl J. Norden Distinguished Teaching Award and the Student Union’s Teaching Excellence Award. Her research interests and scholarly activities are in assessment, simulation design, and use, as well as clinical skills teaching and learning. Dr. Read is Teaching Professor, Large Animal Surgery and also serves as the Associate Dean, Academic.
Susan Rhind is Chair of Veterinary Medical Education and Director of Veterinary Teaching at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, the University of Edinburgh. She studied veterinary medicine at Glasgow University and spent three years in general veterinary practice before returning to academia to study for a Ph.D. in Immunology at the University of Edinburgh. She subsequently specialised as a pathologist gaining membership then fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists. Pathology interests included the pathology associated with nuclear transfer (cloning) and immunopathology of infectious disease. Since taking on the role of Director of Teaching, her research interests have moved into the educational area where she has broad interests including assessment, feedback, e-learning and student/ graduate support. She is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Chair of the UK Veterinary Schools Council Education Committee and has recently taken on a University-wide role as Assistant Principal for Assessment and Feedback.
Rong Mei, Fei
Professor Fei Rong Mei an OIE representative and lecturer at Nanjing Agricultural University – veterinary School. She was honoured by the Chinese Veterinary Medicine Society in 2013 for her animal welfare leadership in the Chinese Veterinary Profession. She has hosted vet ed workshops with faculty from R(D)SVS on ‘Future- Proofing Veterinary Education in China, and recently visited Edinburgh and London Veterinary Schools. See: http://jmicaweactivities.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/animal-welfare-workshop-at-nanjing.html
Professor and Vice President for Teaching in the Department for Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Neurology, University of Veterinary Medicine, Buenteweg 2, 30559 Hannover, Germany. Publications include: Can Online Conference Systems Improve Veterinary Education? A Study about the Capability of Online Conferencing and its Acceptance. Clinical skills of veterinary students – a cross-sectional study of the self-concept and exposure to skills training in Hannover, Germany. BMC Vet research Development of learning objectives for neurology in a veterinary curriculum. BMC Vet research.
Born in Mexico City in November 1949. He graduated as Veterinarian , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine ( FMVZ ) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico , in 1974. Later, as a fellow of the British Council examined a Diploma in Tropical Veterinary Medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1976. in 1978 , a Master of Science in Pathology , School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Glasgow , Scotland . He earned the degree of Doctor of Pathology and Microbiology at the School of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University in 1983. He has served , from 2005 to 2009 , as director of the FMVZ - UNAM . Awarded the National University Teaching Award in Natural Sciences in 2001 .