About Armand GBANGBOCHE
Armand GBANGBOCHE Dr GBANGBOCHE Armand Bienvenu, PhD PhD in veterinaries sciences, associate professor in animal breeding and genetic at the University of Agriculture of Kétou in Benin (West Africa). 01 PoBox 43 Kétou (Benin Republic, West Africa). Phone: 00 229 20 25 33 52 - 00229 96 11 47 27 (GSM) ; Fax: 00 229 20 25 33 51. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org CARRER SUMMARY Mr. Armand Bienvenu GBANGBOCHE holds a PhD degree in Veterinaries Sciences (animal production and health) at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Liege (Belgium), MsC degree in veterinaries sciences (animal production and health) at the tropical veterinary institute of the University of Liege (Belgium), Bachelor degree in animal production and health at the University Abomey Calavi (Benin Republic), and Baccalaureate degree in animal breeding at Agricultural college in Benin Republic. In addition the applicant has skills and certificates in: (i) genetic improvement of livestock, in situ and ex situ technic of livestock conservation; (ii) semen technology (semen collection, artificial insemination, semen thawing and freezing); (iii) wildlife management; (iv) game ranching; (v) wildlife identification and census technic. His knowledge in animal sciences, allowed him, to work in the development project of Borgou cattle in Benin and to get the junior assistant position at the center of artificial insemination and sanitary control, and the position of researcher at the animal biotechnology and improvement laboratory. In Brazil, at the Faculty of agricultural and veterinaries Sciences at Jaboticabal (UNESP Jaboticabal 14884-900 , SP, Brazil) he has been granted by Third world Academic of Science (TWAS) as visitant Professor. Head of Department of Research in life science at Benin Centre for Scientific and Technical Research, he is currently the Secretary General of the University of Agriculture of Kétou (Benin Republic) where he give lecture in quantitative genetic and livestock improvement, breeding and reproduction of management.
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