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The effect of pain, inflammation and infection control on production in Cattle

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The effect of pain, inflammation and infection control on production in Cattle

Join Prof. Hans Coetzee as they discuss the effect of pain, inflammation and infection control on production in Cattle and an exciting new product launch by Virbac.

About our speaker: Prof. Hans Coetzee

Prof. Hans Coetzee is a Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomy and Physiology at Kansas State University. He was awarded his Bachelor of Veterinary Science degree from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 1996. After graduation he worked for 4 years in mixed animal practice in Northern Ireland, followed by 2 years in pharmaceutical research and development at Norbrook Laboratories Ltd. He earned a Specialist Certificate in Cattle Health and Production from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (London) in 2000 and a Doctorate in Veterinary Microbiology from Iowa State University in 2005. He holds dual board certification in the American College of Veterinary Clinical Pharmacology and American College of Animal Welfare and is a European Specialist in Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law. His professional interests include the development of pain assessment techniques and practical analgesic drug regimens for use in food animals. He has published 130 peer-reviewed scientific papers and has received more $10 million in research funding. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his wife and his twin daughters.

Tuesday 22 February 2022 | 19h30-20h30

We are excited to see you all online on the 22nd day of February.

Until we meet online,

Dr Hanré Ferreira & the Virbac Team

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    Hanrѐ Ferreira Technical Product Manager (Antibiotics & Supportive) @ Virbac

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    Prof. Hans Coetzee Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy and Physiology @ Kansas State University

    His professional interests include the development of pain assessment techniques and practical analgesic drug regimens for use in food animals. He has published 130 peer-reviewed scientific papers and has received more $10 million in research funding.