National Agronomic Institute of Tunisia
University of Carthage
Naceur M’HAMDI is an Assistant Professor of animal Biotechnology and statistic at the National Agronomic Institute of Tunisia, University of Carthage; Member of the Laboratory of genetic, animal and feed resource and member of Animal science Department of INAT. He was graduated from Higher School of Agriculture of Mateur, University of Carthage, in 2002 and a master in 2006. PhD thesis in animal genetic and biostatistics: genetic welfare indicators of dairy cattle Higher Institute of Agronomy of Chott-Meriem, University of Sousse in 2011. He worked as assistant professor at INAT since 2013.
He is author of more than 80 scientific papers and Editor Member of more than 10 international journals. Furthermore, he serves as Guest editor of lactation and animal welfare books. Naceur M’Hamdi serves in many national and international committees.
- Animal sciences and animal welfare,
- farming sustainability,
- Climate change and Greenhouse gazs.
- Lactation curve and physiology.