Sharif Aly

Professor

Population Health & Reproduction


Licenses
Veterinary Syndicate, Egypt
Education
2009, PhD, University of California, Davis, CA
2003, MPVM, University of California, School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, CA
2004, Residency, University of California, School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, CA
2001, Internship, University of Idaho, Caine Veterinary Teaching Center
1998, BVSc, University of Cairo, Egypt
1993, GCE, University of London,
1993, IGCSE, University of Cambridge,
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, Survey and Longitudinal Study on Antimicrobial Treatments and Resistance in Adult Cattle on California Dairies, (Principal Investigator), California Department of Food and Agriculture
Principal Investigator, Association between Antimicrobial Treatments at Dry-Off and Antimicrobial Resistance in Adult Cattle on California Dairies, (Principal Investigator), California Department of Food and Agriculture
Principal Investigator, Effect of Antimicrobial Treatments on the Rates of Acquisition and Loss of Antimicrobial Resistance in Adult Cattle on California Dairies, (Principal Investigator), California Department of Food and Agriculture
Principal Investigator, Antimicrobial Resistance Genotype in Adult Cattle on California Dairies, (Principal Investigator), California Department of Food and Agriculture
Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the diagnostic accuracy of Asahi Kasei’s rapid mastitis test, (Principal Investigator), Asahi Kasei Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
Principal Investigator, Estimating the rate of acquisition and loss of antimicrobial resistance within the gut microbiota of preweaned dairy calves, (Principal Investigator), CFAH
Co-Principal Investigator, Antimicrobial resistance of Escherichia coli and Trueperella pyogenes from cows with metritis in California., Richard Pereira (Principal Investigator), CFAH
Co-Principal Investigator, Application and Performance Evaluation of a Risk Assessment Tool for Bovine Respiratory Disease in Pre-weaned Dairy Calves , Terry Lehenbauer (Principal Investigator), CFAH
Principal Investigator, Effect of three fly control methods on dairy cattle’s protective grouping behavior, commonly known as bunching, against Stomoxys calcitrans on California dairies, (Principal Investigator), CFAH
Co-Principal Investigator, Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety (WCAHS): Reducing occupational exposure to zoonotic pathogens in California dairy farm workers, Marc B. Schenker (Principal Investigator), The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Honors and Awards
2003 Jastro Shields Graduate Research Scholarship Award, MPVM, UC Davis
2003-2004 House officers Grant, Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, UC Davis
2005 Block Grant Award, Graduate Group in Epidemiology, UC Davis
2005 Travel Award, International Association of Paratuberculosis
2005 George Stabenfeldt Travel Award, MPVM research presented at International Colloquium of Paratuberculosis, Denmark, August
2006 Block Grant Award, Graduate Group in Epidemiology, UC Davis
2006 Graduate Student Support Program (GSSP), School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis
2008 Austin Eugene Lyon’s Fellow, Graduate Studies, University of California, Davis
2008 Graduate Student Support Program (GSSP), School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis
2013 Academic Senate Research Travel Grant
Research Focus
Dairy cattle health and welfare
Antimicrobial resistanceCalf health (diarrhea, respiratory disease)Adult cattle health (mastitis, Johnes Disease)Shiga-toxin producing E. coli shedding in dairy cattleAnimal welfare and behavior (Humane euthanasia of cattle, cattle protective response against flies)
Specialty Focus
Biostatistics

Mixed models

Survey sampling

Reliability and repeatability gauge studies

Intraclass correlation coefficient

Machine learning
Epidemiology

Observational studies of infectious diseases and health conditions of food animals.

Experimental studies that conform to standard reporting guidelines (REFLECT statement).

Mathematical modeling of infectious diseases of food animals

Diagnostic test evaluation