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|Mushtaq A. Memon|
Mushtaq A. Memon
Associate Professor Dept. of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health
College of Veterinary Medicine
Washington State University
Dr. Mushtaq A. Memon, a clinician scientist who specializes in Theriogenology (Veterinary reproduction), is an internationally recognized scholar utilizing education and research for enhancing global peace. As a Boy Scout, Dr. Memon received a message which has become mission of his life - Serve Humanity. He was Fulbright Scholar in Oman, and based upon his dedication to global causes; he was selected to serve as a Fulbright Ambassador. He is the founding president of the E. WA/N. ID chapter of the Fulbright Association. Recently, he was elected to serve on the Board of Directors, Fulbright Association, representing more than 300,000 Fulbright alumni worldwide. Currently he is on the Roster of Fulbright Specialists to visit for 3-6 weeks to assist in focused projects in any country of the world having official relationship with the United States. In addition to the Western medicine, Dr. Memon’s is exploring the benefits of non-Western approaches to benefit animal health. He became certified in veterinary acupuncture and currently teaches and coordinates complementary and alternative veterinary medicine (CVAM) at Washington State University. Dr. Memon believes that integrative approach between the Western and Complementary therapies is the best way for disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention. His recent love for Chinese Traditional Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) caught attention of the TCVM world community. Dr. Memon was elected to serve as Executive Director of the newly-formed World Association of TCVM (WATCVM) https://www.watcvm.org/ A group of 23 global veterinary leaders met in conjunction with the 15th Annual International Conference on TCVM in Euroforum, El Escorial, Madrid, Spain on Sept 14, 2013, and WATCVM was formed. As the WATCVM Executive Director, Dr. Memon will work with the WATCVM Executive Board members from various countries in developing and implementing the WATCVM mission to (1) unite the global TCVM community through prom¬¬¬otion and publication of research on all aspects of TCVM, (2) develop guidelines how to practice TCVM, including standardizing acupuncture points, channels, and herbal medicines - dosage and usage, etc., (3) raise funds through TCVCM Foundation to support research and scholarship for veterinary students and faculty members to learn TCVM, and (4) help set-up TCVM curriculum for Veterinary Medical Colleges globally.
Dr Memon is author of more than 120 publications in refereed journals, conference proceedings and book chapters. He is co-editor of the recently published book entitled ‘Food as Medicine’. Dr. Memon has served as a visiting professor, consultant or volunteer in 18 countries.
Theriogenology (Veterinary Reproduction), Integrative Veterinary Medicine, and Global Animal Health.