Dr Nguyễn Văn Cường
Cường is a veterinary researcher with nearly 15 years of experience in veterinary research and public health. His training background includes a graduate course in Veterinary Medicine (Nong Lam University, Vietnam), an MSc in Biotechnology (University of Paris-Sud XI, France), and a Ph.D. in Biomedicine (Open University, UK). Cường has been involved in numerous multi-disciplinary research projects as a project coordinator on livestock and poultry in Vietnam from 2011 to 2021 at Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU). He was awarded a fellowship of NIAID / NIH-CREID Pilot Research Program (https://cried-network.org/) in 2021. He also finished MBA (University of London, UK) in 2022 and started an online BSc degree on Information Technology (University of Information Technology, Vietnam) in 2023.
Cường joined Ausvet in 2021 as a project coordinator for the TRANSFORM project and Chief of Representative Office (CRO) for Ausvet in Vietnam.
His interests center around animal farm health and ranges from the identification of sources and drivers of transboundary and zoonotic infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance in farming systems to the design of control strategies to reduce antimicrobial usage and mitigate the occurrence of antimicrobial resistance in the animal farm reservoir.