Stress in Farm Animals Examples from Cattle


Dr. Edward Narayan is Senior Lecturer of Animal Science in the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences since 2019. Edward graduated with a Ph.D. degree in Biology from the University of the South Pacific and pioneered non-invasive reproductive and stress endocrinology tools for amphibians – the novel development and validation of non-invasive enzyme immunoassays for the evaluation of reproductive hormonal cycle and stress hormone responses to environmental stressors. Dr. Narayan was also a recipient of the Gold Medal Award for undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree (Biology and Chemistry) from the USP.

Dr. Narayan has extensive postdoctoral research fellowship training in institutions spanning 4 countries (New Zealand-Landcare Research), Australia (Griffith University), India (Australian Academy of Science Early Career Fellowship – University of Pune), and Canada (Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Saskatchewan).