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Dr. Ganesh K. Sawale

Assistant Professor, Department of Veterinary Pathology, Mumbai Veterinary College (MVC), Parel, Mumbai (Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University, Nagpur) Maharashtra INDIA

He has completed his graduation (B. V. Sc & A. H) from College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Parbhani and M. V. Sc. in Veterinary Pathology from College of Veterinary  Science & A. H. Anjora Durg, I.G. K. V. V. Raipur, Chhattisgarh and Ph. D in Veterinary Pathology from P. V. Narsimha Rao Telangana Veterinary University, College of Veterinary Science, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, India.

He has 17 years of experience in the field of Veterinary pathology/ Avian pathology. After post-graduation, he joined Research associate at Indian Veterinary Research Institute and thereafter Poultry Diagnostic Research Centre of Venkateswara Hatchery Pvt Ltd., Pune. He has worked on the diagnosis of poultry diseases and was I/C histopathological section in which he was involved in the diagnosis of poultry diseases by routine and special histopathological techniques. He joined as Assistant Professor in 2009 at Mumbai Veterinary College and since his inception in MVC, (MAFSU) in Mumbai, he is involved in UG and PG teaching and research. He has a vast experience in poultry pathology and continued research on poultry pathology after joining in academics. He has published a few research paper in international journal and around 70 papers in national journals. He has attended and presented various papers in conferences and published/ presented more than 50 abstracts, and 10 popular articles in the various magazine.

He has guided one PG student and acted as an advisory committee member for few (10) PG students, and acted as paper setter and evaluator for Veterinary colleges of other universities.

He has also been working in various committee constituted by the college like examination cell, etc. He has a keen interest in avian pathology and involved in teaching and research on poultry and involved in solving the field poultry health issue.

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