Ulrich Wernery
Ulrich Wernery

⦁    Inspired by the professional diligence of his father Dr Hugo Wernery Towards animal health & veterinary science , this german technocrat has taken his paternal passion to a new zenith. Priv. Doz. Dr. Dr. habil. U. Wernery is one of the most highly acclaimed personalities of Veterinary science & has been an integral part of CVRL Dubai for more than 25 years & he is not only spearheading camel research globally but has also played a very formidable & crucial role in establishing CVRL Dubai as one of the premier Veterinary Research Laboratory & Diagnostic Centre around the globe.

⦁    With his incredible & extensive pool of knowledge coupled with multi-national Experience of veterinary practices Dr Wernery has published extensive Publications on Veterinary immunology, vaccinology, virology, microbiology & hematology. He also did extensive clinical research in bovine, equine & falcon segment but his work on camels led to some exceptional clinical breakthroughs & advancements.



1965 – 1970    Study of Veterinary Science at the Free University, West-Berlin

⦁    State Examination as Veterinarian

⦁    Certification as Veterinarian

⦁    Awarded doctor of Veterinary Science

17.12.1973    Second state examination (this examination is not obligatory but required for eventual later government service)

⦁    Qualification as Microbiologist (Annex 8)
Field of Specialization: Bacteriology, Virology, Serology, Mycology

24.07.1995    Professorship at the Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Veterinary Faculty
    Venia legendi: Microbiology and infectious diseases in the tropics

⦁    Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany


1970    Veterinary practice in the countryside of West Germany

1970 – 1974    Scientific officer at the Institute of Microbiology and Veterinary Hygiene, Free University, Berlin
    Main fields of work: Lecturer in Microbiology and Hygiene. Routine bacteriological and virological diagnosis of animal diseases including identification of microorganisms and serological analyses. Microbiological examinations of animal feed

1974 – 1976    Head of the Rinderpest and Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (C.B.P.P.) Laboratory in Mogadishu / Somalia, German aid to developing countries
    Main fields of work: Training of Somali Veterinary staff for the performance of microbiological tests. Vaccine production, especially Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia and Rinderpest, testing of vaccines. Diagnosis of tropical animal diseases

01.07. – 30.09.1976 Scientific officer at the Veterinary School of Hannover; research grant by the European Union in Brussels for the evaluation of emission levels caused by piggeries

1976 – 1980    Government Veterinarian at the diagnostic laboratory in Schleswig Hostein, West Germany
    Main fields of work: Eradication of Bovine Brucellosis and Bovine Leucosis in the northern districts of Germany. Diagnosis of animal diseases: e.g. Rabies, Brucellosis, Leucosis, Mucosal Disease, Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis, Equine Infectious Anaemia

1980 – 1983    Senior Veterinary Microbiologist of the microbiological section of the Central Veterinary Laboratory in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea , German aid to developing countries
    Main fields of work: Training of the New Guinean Veterinary staff. Preparation of different virological antigens for the diagnosis of poultry diseases. Diagnosis of tropical animal diseases in general. Microbiological analysis of food for human consumption

1983 – 1987    Government Veterinarian at the Diagnostic Laboratory in Schleswig Holstein
    Main fields of work: Serological investigations in animal diseases. Diagnosis of swine and fish virus diseases

1987 – present    Scientific Director of the Central Veterinary Research Laboratory, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.)
    Main fields of work: Diagnosis of diseases in camels, falcons, poultry, horses, small ruminants and cattle. Determination of haematological and biochemical reference values of racing camels, falcons and horses in tropical climates. Reference laboratory for notifiable diseases of horses


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