John F. Mee

Teagasc, Animal & Grassland Research and Innovation Centre, Ireland

John F. Mee received the M.V.B. degree and the DipECBHM degree. He is a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS). Mee is currently the Principal Veterinary Research Scientist and Named Veterinary Surgeon in Teagasc, the Irish National Agriculture and Food Development Authority, working on cow and calf health and fertility. His current research interests focus on the health and management of dairy young stock, dairy herd biosecurity, beef herd health, veterinary herd fertility service provision, and micronutrient imbalances. His research has been published in over 75 papers in peer-reviewed journals and in books. He referees for over 25 leading international bioscience journals and is a Member of the Editorial Boards of six scientific journals: Animal Reproduction Science, Domestic Animal Reproduction, Irish Veterinary Journal BMC (Deputy Editor), The Scientific World Journal, T Research, and Veterinary Science Development. Mee lectures on University College Dublin courses (Veterinary Postgraduate Certificate in Dairy Herd Health, Veterinary Medicine Degree, and Agriculture Degree in Dairy Business (2012)), Teagasc course (Certificate in Dairy Farm Management (2012)) and regularly is invited nationally and internationally. He has recently coauthored a book entitled Farm Health and Productivity Management of Dairy Young Stock . Mee has over 25 years of experience in private and public veterinary practice and as a research programme leader with responsibility for animal health, welfare, and theriogenology projects working in Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. He serves a Past president of the Association of Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers (Irish region) and of his local Cork Veterinary Clinical Society and a National and European board-accredited Bariatrician.

Biography Updated on 18 December 2011

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