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Raphaël Guatteo

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Raphaël Guatteo
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Associate Professor

 Oniris site de la Chantrerie, CS40706, 44307 Nantes, France
 team PEP'S, building G3 2nd floor

Email: raphael (point) guatteo (at) oniris-nantes (point) fr
Tel: 02 40 68 28 00

Raphaël Guatteo is professor in Bovine Medicine & Health Management at the veterinary college of Nantes (Oniris). Graduated in 2000, he worked in mixed practice and come back at Oniris to complete a PhD on the epidemiology of Q fever in cattle. He became assistant professor in 2007 and is now associated professor since 2016 in bovine medicine and health management. His teaching activities deal with: ruminant medicine and therapeutics at individual and herd level, epidemiology, anaesthesia and analgesia. He is the co-head of the department Farm Animal Health and Public Health and is in charge of the 5th and final year track Food animal production and of the internship/residency program in bovine health management. His research activities are focused on (i) the evaluation of the informative value of tests and assessment methods (infectious disease such as Q fever, digital dermatitis, paratuberculosis, hypocalcemia, monitoring tools, welfare assessment protocols) and (ii) the elaboration and the evaluation of control measures and action plan for infectious (Q fever, paratuberculosis, neosporosis) and production diseases (lameness mainly DD, welfare, metabolic disease) mainly in dairy cattle. He’s currently the vice-president of the European college of bovine health management.

  • Head of the Joint Unit « Cattle Herd Health » (project team between UMR Oniris-INRA1300 BioEpAR and French Livestock Institute)
  • Responsible for the Internship in Cattle Medicine
  • Responsible for the 5th year Track Animal Production
Research Department

Animal Health

Teaching Department

Farm animal health and public health

  • DMV, Msc, PhD
  • Dipl ECBHM (European College for Bovine Health Management)
Research topics interests
  • Cattle
  • Medicine
  • Epidemiology
  • Diagnosis
  • Control measures
Teaching topics interests
  • Individual and Population cattle medicin
  • Anaesthesia and pain management in ruminants
  • Epidemiology
Others responsabilities
  • Diagnosis on referral cases (individual or farm cases)
  • Continuing education of practitioners
  • Chair of the examination committee of ECBHM

See also

Raphaël Guatteo's publications on HAL INRAE