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Mouhamadou K. Diaw

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Dr. Mouhamadou K. Diaw is on the board of directors for Veterinarians Without Borders. 

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Dr. Mouhamadou K. Diaw, DVM

Mouhamadou became a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Dakar School of Veterinary Medicine, Dakar, Senegal and has been certified in Europe, the US and Canada. Now based in Montreal, he is an Associate professor in Theriogenology at the University of Montreal – Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Mouhamadou has a keen interest in international cooperation and collaboration. He is involved in a project to increase veterinary expertise in French-speaking countries in Africa.

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