Dr. Amit Sharma is working as an Assistant Professor (Senior) Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics, College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, CSKHPKV Palampur, Himachal Pradesh India, since 2009. He graduated from Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvavidhyalaya India in 2001 with and Master’s in Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics (2003) on the topic “Studies on the effect of Gonadotrophin releasing hormone administration on conception rate following artificial insemination in cattle”. After masters, he worked in the State Animal Husbandry department as Veterinary Officer (2003-2006) and utilized the research experience for the improvement of conception in the farmer field. Later on, he joined as Extension Specialist (Veterinary & Animal Sciences 2006-2009) in CSKHPKV, Palampur, and extended the latest research technology to farmers, para veterinarians, and fellow veterinarians through lectures, seminars, extension publications, training programs, TV and radio talks. Afterward, he Joined the Vet School and since then actively involved in teaching (Undergraduate, Postgraduate), supervising (dissertation, thesis), and research mainly on small ruminants reproduction. During the course of the last eleven years received grants as Principal and Co-Investigator. He pursued his Ph.D. in 2018 on a topic entitled “Investigation on follicular dynamics and semen cryopreservation in goats”. He has published more than 72 articles in national and international journals of repute. He has been awarded an academic gold medal, appreciation awards/certificates, and young scientist awards from different scientific societies. He has attended international, national conferences, training, and seminars for updating the scientific knowledge for the economic upliftment of small and marginal farmers. He is actively contributing to the scientific diaspora as a reviewer in Elsevier journals (RDA, SRR, Therio, and Cryobiology).
Dr. Amit Sharma's research interests include Small ruminant reproduction, Follicular dynamics, Ultrasonography, Andrology, Synchronization.