Dr. Shafqat Nawaz Qaisrani

Assistant Professor (TTS)
B.Sc. (Hons.) A.H. (UAF)
DVM (UVAS, LHR)
M.Sc. (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)
PhD. Animal Nutrition (Wageningen University, The
Email:  shafqat.qaisrani@uvas.edu.pk

HEC Approved supervisor

Biography

Dr. Shafqat Nawaz Qaisrani (an HEC approved supervisor), is an Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Nutrition, University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Ravi campus Pattoki, Pakistan. He has published 7 research papers in peer reviewed impact factor world top ranked journals including Poultry Science and World’s Poultry Science Journal. He was involved in teaching of various undergraduate courses and supervising postgraduate (M.Sc.) students at Wageningen University and Research Center, The Netherlands. His fundamental expertise are in the field of Animal nutrition especially Poultry Nutrition. He has presented his PhD research findings in XXIV World Poultry Congress, Salvador, Brazil, in 19th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, Potsdam, Germany and in 14th European Poultry Conference, Stavanger, Norway. He is also working as a lab incharge of “Prof. Dr. Muhammad Yaqoob Malik Amino Acid Analysis laboratory and Bio-digestibility Lab at the Department of Animal Nutrition, UVAS, Ravi Campus, Pattoki.

Area of interest

  1. Nutritional profile evaluation of indigenous feedstuff
  2. Assessment of digestibility of various indigenous feedstuff in poultry
  3. Enhancing  growth  performance  and  gut  health  of  broilers  by  various dietary manipulations

Publications

 

 

A) Referred Scientific Journals:

  •    Qaisrani, S.N., M.M. van Krimpen, R.P. Kwakkel, M.W.A. Verstegen and W.H. Hendriks (2015). Dietary factors affecting hindgut protein fermentation in broilers: a review. World’s Poultry Science Journal 71(3):139-160. Qaisrani, S.N., M.M. van Krimpen, R.P. Kwakkel, M.W.A. Verstegen and W.H. Hendriks (2015). Diet structure, Butyric acid, and Fermentable Energy Influence Growth  Performance,  Gut  morphology and  Cecal  Fermentation  Characteristics  in Broilers. Poultry Science Pev003:1-13.
  • Qaisrani,  S.N.,  P.C.A.  Moquet,  M.M.  van  Krimpen,  R.P  Kwakkel,  M.W.A. Verstegen and W.H. Hendriks (2014). Protein source and diet structure influence growth performance, gut morphology and hindgut fermentation characteristics in broilers. Poultry Science 93(12):3053-3064.
  • Qaisrani, S.N., M.M. van Krimpen, and R.P. Kwakkel (2013). Effects of dietary dilution source and dilution level on feather damage, performance, behavior, and litter condition in pullets. Poultry Science,  92(3): 591-602.
  • Bibi, F., Z. Ali, S.N. Qaisrani, S. Shelly, and S. Andleeb  (2013). Biodiversity and its use at Taunsa Barrage Wildlife Sanctuary, Pakistan. The Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences, 23(1):174-181.
  • Qaisrani, S.N., M.M. van Krimpen, R.P. Kwakkel, M.W.A. Verstegen and W.H. Hendriks. Effects of three major protein sources on performance, gut morphology and fermentation characteristics in broilers. British Poultry Science (Submitted).
  • Qaisrani, S.N., Y. Feng, M.M. van Krimpen, R.P. Kwakkel, M.W.A. Verstegen J. Zhang, H. Smidt and W.H. Hendriks. Influence of Protein Source, Diet Structure, Butyric Acid and Fermentable Energy Supplementation on Cecal Microbiota Population in Broilers. Poultry Science (Submitted).

 

  • Qaisrani,  S.N.,  M.M.  van  Krimpen,  R.P.  Kwakkel,  and  W.H.  Hendriks  (2012). Effects of protein source and level of digestible protein on hindgut fermentation, intestinal health and performance in broilers. In: Proceedings of the XXIV World Poultry Congress, Salvador, Brazil, 5 - 9 August, 2012.

 

Scholarships

  • Higher Education Commission of Pakistan overseas scholarship for M.Sc. leading to PhD.

Conference/Symposium Participation:

  • International  Livestock  Nutrition  Summit,  University  of  Veterinary  and  Animal Science, Lahore, Pakistan, February 21-22, 2017.
  • Participated in 2nd  International Conference on zoonosis-2016, FVS, BZU, Multan, Pakistan
  • Internation Poultry Nutrition Conference and Expo-15, Lahore- Pakistan November -4, 2015.
  • 14th European Poultry Conference, Stavanger, Norway, June 2014.
  • 19th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, Potsdam, Germany in August 2013.
  • Scientific research in animal welfare: Do we make a difference?

Ongoing Project

Project Title

Amount PKRS. (Million)

Funding Organization

Duration (Months)

Exploring the Nutritive Potential of Indigenous Protein Sources and their Digestibility Indexes in Broilers

0.885

SUNAR

9