Dr. Ali Haider (DVM, Ph.D.)
Dr. Ali Haider is a passionate veterinarian who graduated with a Ph.D. in Clinical Medicine and is dedicated to providing high-quality care for pets. His interest in veterinary medicine stems from his love for animals and desire to help pet owners make informed decisions about their pets' health. Dr. Ali Haider is constantly seeking new information and techniques to improve his skills as a veterinarian and provide the best possible care for his patients.
- Dairy Production and Management, Penn State University, (2016)
- Animal Behaviour and Welfare, The University of Edinburgh (2016)
- Anti-Microbial Resistance Theories and Methodologies, Technical University of Denmark (2016)
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore (2008–2013)
- Master of Philosophy in Clinical Medicine (M.Phil), Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore, Pakistan (2013–2015)
- Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. (Clinical Medicine & Surgery) University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore, Pakistan (2017–2021)
- Assistant Professor (TTS) Clinical Medicine, MNS – University of Agriculture, Multan (2022–Present)
- Consultant (PI and Co-PI), KFUPM Saudi Arabia (2020–2021)
- Consultant, Kasur Dairies Pvt. Ltd. (2013–2021)
- Internee, Fazal Dairies (2013)
More about Ali Haider
In 2013, Dr. Ali Haider completed DVM from the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore. After graduating from university, he worked as a dairy farm manager for commercial dairies in Lahore. He started his MPhil at the same institution and decided to emphasize research. I also obtained three specialized honors from renowned institutions in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Denmark.
Throughout his academic career, Dr. Haider has received numerous awards and honors, including the Dairy Production and Management Award from Penn State University in the United States of America in 2016, the Animal Behaviour and Welfare Award from the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom in 2016, and the Anti-Microbial Resistance Theories and Methodologies Award from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in 2016.
As veterinary nanomedicine is a novel field with therapeutic promise against veterinary pathogenic etiologies, I chose it as the research field of my Ph.D. thesis after being enrolled in 2017. Upon completing my doctorate, I was selected as a consultant from Pakistan in an international project titled “Green synthesis of antimicrobial metal oxide nanostructures for bovine mastitogen,” submitted in collaboration with KFUPM Saudi Arabia.
To add, on January 3, 2022, I began my position as an Assistant Professor (Clinical Sciences) in the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences at the MNS University of Agriculture Multan (MNS-UAM). I have 81 scholarly articles published in high-quality international journals; my h-index is 22, and my total impact factor is 409.203. My research focuses on synthesizing, analyzing, and testing metallic, metallic oxide, co-doped, and polymeric nanomaterials for efficacy against pathogenic bacteria of veterinary importance, both in vitro and in vivo.
In addition, I have extensive experience in the catalytic treatment of polluted industrial water and have published all of my research in peer-reviewed international journals. I have also presented my results at international conferences, both orally and in the form of posters. In addition, I addressed farmer seminars on the subject of cattle disease prevention and control. In addition, I have published a Springer Nature International Monograph titled “Green Nanomaterials as Potential Antimicrobials” and two international and one national book chapters aimed at postgraduates, scientists, and professionals.
I have applied for patents in the United States for two novel methods I devised to investigate nanomaterials’ catalytic and antibacterial properties.
Dr. Haider’s research interests and professional strengths lie in Nano Medicine, Water Treatment by Nanomaterials (Catalysis), and Medical Physics. He has extensive experience synthesizing novel nanostructures, characterizing nanomaterials using different spectroscopic and imaging techniques, and fabricating and optimizing nanomaterials. Additionally, he has strong organizational and managerial skills, safety training and procedures knowledge, and the ability to generate ideas clearly and concisely. He is also skilled in working in a collaborative team-based environment, managing research projects, and keeping relevant stakeholders current.
Ali has held several positions during his career, including Assistant Professor (TTS) of Clinical Medicine at MNS – University of Agriculture, Multan, and as a Consultant at Kasur Dairies Pvt. Ltd. in Dist. Kasur. He has also worked as an internee at Fazal Dairies in Dist. Muzaffar Garh. He also has published several international books and book chapters. His ORCID ID is https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2876-3996. Additionally, he can be found on Publon at https://publons.com/researcher/5120769/ali-haider/, on Scopus at https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=35793336500.
Published International Books
- Ali Haider, Muhammad Ikram, Asma Rafiq, Green Nanomaterials as Potential Antimicrobials, Springer Nature, 2022, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-18720-9.
Published International Book Chapters
- Muhammad Ikram, Ali Raza, Khurram Shahzad, Ali Haider, Junaid Haider, Abdullah Khan Durrani, Asim Hassan Rizvi, Asghari Maqsood and Mujtaba Ikram, Advanced Carbon Materials: Base of 21st Century Scientific Innovations in Chemical, Polymer, Sensing & Energy Engineering, Intech Open Limited, UK, 2021, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.95869
- Muhammad Ikram, Ali Raza, Atif Shahbaz, Haleema Ijaz, Sarfraz Ali, Ali Haider, Muhammad Tayyab Hussain, Junaid Haider, Arslan Ahmed Rafi and Salamat Ali, Carbon Nanotubes, Intech Open Limited, UK, 2020, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.95442
- Vets Care Club (VCC) Pakistan
- Vets Crescent Society (VCS) UVAS, Pakistan
- Vets Blood Donor Society (VBDS) UVAS, Pakistan
- Pakistan Veterinary Medical Council (PVMC)
- University of Veterinary And Animal Sciences (UVAS)
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