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PROFESSOR RICHARD ARTHUR FAYRER-HOSKEN
BVSc, PhD, Dip ACT, MRCVS - SAAB Member
Born: Gwelo, Southern Rhodesia, 26th, January 1954
PhD. "Influence of cholesterol sulfate and carbohydrate moieties on rabbit sperm penetration of zonae pellucidae"; The University of Georgia; 1987.
ACT. Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists; 1992.
BVSc. Onderstepoort, University of Pretoria, South Africa; 1981.
BSc. Zoology and Entomology, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa; 1975.
Other Professional Employment:
Professor Theriogenology, Department of Large Animal Medicine, June 1999.
Joint appointed, Department of Physiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Nov. 1988-Present.
Tenured faculty, Department of Large Animal Medicine, July 1994.
Associate Professor Theriogenology, Department of Large Animal Medicine, July 1993.
Assistant Professor Theriogenology, Department of Large Animal Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Sept. 1988-1993.
Theriogenologist of the Year, Awarded by the American College of Theriogenologists for Research in population control of the African elephant, Loxodonta africana, September 1999.
University of Georgia, Creative Research Award for Immunocontraceptive Elephant Research, 1998.
Faculty Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence, 1993, 1992.
College of Veterinary Medicine nomination for the Richard B. Russel Teaching Award, 1992.
Lilly Teaching Fellowship Award, and $2,000 Award for furthering education, University of Georgia, Athens GA, 1989.
National Phi Zeta Research Award for research excellence. College of Veterinary Medicine, Athens GA, 1988.
Presentations and Continuing Education
Dr. Fayrer-Hosken has delivered 38 special invited presentations and over 200 presentations and continuing education courses.
Dr. Fayrer-Hosken has 234 publications in articles, abstracts and books.