Martin Schulze IXth International Conference on Boar Semen Preservation 2019

Martin Schulze

Dr. Martin Schulze studied at the FU Berlin (Germany), qualified as a veterinarian in 2007 and graduated as doctor of veterinary medicine in 2010. His dissertation investigates the effects of antimicrobial peptides in boar semen preservation. In recognition of his success, he received the Gerhard Reuter Prize 2008 from the FU Berlin, Department of Veterinary Medicine. Currently, Dr. Schulze is scientific head of the Institute for Reproduction of Farm Animals Schönow. His main research areas include boar fertility and semen quality assessment. His habilitation dealt with a comprehensive and science-based quality control program for boar studs. At present, he is responsible for a spermatological reference laboratory and executes continuous international quality audits in boar studs. Furthermore, he lectures several courses on boar semen production. Dr. Schulze provides regular technical support to national and international projects and actively participates as a member of the BRS (German Livestock Association), the FBF (Bioeconomy Research Organization) and the ReproTier Germany. Mr. Schulze is 40 years old, happily married and has three sons.

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