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Veterinary Alternative Medicine
Dr. Eman Ahmed,
Suez Canal University, Egypt
Eman Ahmed has received her joint PhD (Japan / Egypt) from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology and Suez Canal University. She is expertise in Pharmacology, Drug Toxicology, Endocrinology, Reproductive Physiology, Drug research and development, Biology and life sciences. Currently she is working as a lecturer of pharmacology and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Suez Canal University, Egypt.
Dr. Alper Kocyigit
Cumhuriyet University, Turkey
Dr. Alper Kocyigit received his PhD from Graduate School of Health Sciences, Ondokuz Mayis University, turkey. He joined Cumhuriyet University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine as the teaching staff. In this role he is responsible for lectures and academic research. Embryology, artificial insemination, reproductive biotechnologies, transfer of embryos, andrology, and cryopreservation of gametes are some of these lectures. His areas of expertise are reproductive biotechnologies and cryopreservation. Kocyigit has a 10 year of veterinary medicine experience and still continues his research in this area.
About the Special Issue
JVAH is an international journal that seeks to understand the sources and to encourage rigorous research in veterinary medicine including alternative medicine and integrative medicine, yet ancient world of complementary and alternative medicine.
The journal seeks to apply scientific rigor to the study of complementary and alternative medicine modalities, particularly traditional healing systems “Ayurvedic Medicine”. Veterinary Alternative and natural Medicine emphasizes health outcome while documenting biological mechanisms of action. The journal is devoted to the advancement of science in the field of basic research, clinical studies, methodology or scientific theory in diverse areas of alternative medicine and biomedicine.