Dr. Bereket Molla is an assistant professor in veterinary epidemiology and researcher, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Hawassa University, Ethiopia. I am graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Science in Tropical Veterinary Epidemiology from Addis Ababa University, in 2005 and 2009, Ethiopia. I am currently studying for my Ph.D. at Chungnam National University, South Korea. My research experiences are mainly in Epidemiology, disease prevention, and control, Poultry, theriogenology. He served as Head of the livestock research department, in the agricultural research institute in Ethiopia, worked for 6 years. And I worked as the Project manager for the International organization, The Donkey Sanctuary worldwide, for 4 years, then joined University, where I am staff. My Ph.D. research is in theriogenology and specially focusing on the invitro production of embryos and cloning, cell biology, and stem cell research.
Dr. Bereket Molla is interested in Stem cell and embryo production research in animals, especially porcine; invitro production and cloning, Gene expression and bioinformatics; Induced pluripotent stem cells in porcine and farm animals, Use of these cells for nuclear transfer and transdifferentiation.