The morphological differences in the cervical wall and canal between multiparous and nulliparous sows require deep AI devices adapted to the characteristics of the nulliparous.
Octavio M. López Albors
University of Murcia . Spain
Professor at the University of Murcia (UMU), in the Anatomy and Compared Anatomical Pathology Area.
Honours Degree, Research Scholar (University Faculty Training) and DVM from the UMU.
Assistant professor at the Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre Jesús Usón (CCMIJU, Cáceres).
Visiting Professor at the Royal Veterinary College (University of London).
Coordinator of the Teaching Innovation Group “Veterinary Anatomy and Embriology” (UMU)
Reasearch stays at the Royal Veterinary College (University of London), the Gatty Marine Laboratory (University of St Andrews) and the Dept. of Zoology (University of Salzburg).
Director of 7 PhD theses, co-author of 61 articles with an international impact and of more than 200 presentations in congresses.
In the field of animal reproduction, he works on the characterisation of the reproductive environment where the fecundation and the embryo development take place through non-invasive surgical methods.
Updated CV 22-Oct-2018