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Dr. Faheem Ahmad graduated in the field of Biological Sciences with PhD degree in 2013 from The University of Queensland, Australia (http://www.uq.edu.au). During his PhD, he had worked under the supervision of a renowned ecologist Dr Gimme H. Walter, Associated Professor and Dr Greg J. Daglish, Principal Scientist at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Queensland, Australia.
His core competencies are in the field of Ecology especially in Insect – Fungal Associations in stored grain ecosystem, Insect Behaviors and Population Dynamics with referenced to crop protection. This field has a great potential for local agriculture and grain storage industry as well as for foreign exports. He has deployed his expertise in discovering fungal associations of destructive pests of stored grains supply chain in Pakistan, starting from cultivation of food grains, on-farm storage to processing mills and ending in the consumer’s home.
Dr. Ahmad has always been curious about animal behavior and have studied population dynamics, pest succession and plant protection since graduation. He started his professional career as Agriculture Officer (BPS-17) in the Department of Agriculture Extension and Adaptive Research, Government of Punjab. Meanwhile, Later, he opted for the field of Research and Development and worked as Technical Development Officer in Syngenta Pakistan Ltd. Followed by R&D career in a multinational company providing services on High Efficiency Irrigation Systems.
During the course of his academic career, he had published peer reviewed manuscripts in national and international journals with impact factor and have presented work in International Conferences.
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